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Steamed Black Bean Sauce Pork Rib

I bought a big whole rib for grilling.Of course the whole pack sell in supermarket do come with some little pieces underneath .Well,some of the rib are so lean and bony,so here come my idea to do something about it.How about steam it with Black Bean Sauce?..hmmmmm good idea,right?.Here come my very Chinese dish...
I used Lee Kum Kee Black Bean Garlic Sauce Paste and marinate for 20 minutes before steam in boiling water for one hour with cover.

I add some fresh minced garlic,sugar,salt ,water and corn starch .Well,you can omit corn starch if you like your gravy watery .But I just used 2 tsp corn starch ,mixed well with the ribs.It's look better beside taste more soft and tender .
After one hour steaming,I add in cut fresh chili and scallion and steam for another 5 minutes.Wow!!..the lean and fat meat really taste better when steaming,not chewy or rubbery.You can use any meat like chicken or beef .Remember ,when you eat "Dim Sum",this dish happen to be in the pushing cart that go around the restaurant.Give it a try.Just buy LKK Black Bean Garlic Sauce Paste from any Asian grocery store and you're good to go!!.



Anonymous said...
April 20, 2008 at 11:43 PM

Oh I love this, looks delish! This is my hubby must order dish when we eat dim sum.

Anonymous said...
April 21, 2008 at 6:53 AM

Yes yess...this dish is very good. For me, I used Tau Cheo (the fermented soy beans) to steam my pork ribs. Good with rice and noodles! I'm hungry now!

Anonymous said...
April 21, 2008 at 7:12 AM

I like ordering this dish too when I go to dimsum place but sometime I find their ribs too fatty. Maybe I should make some myself :)

Anonymous said...
April 22, 2008 at 3:52 PM

I seldom order this dish when eating dim sum..weird right?.but since I know how to cook like them,that no problem.

I always use tauchu but since I just bought LKK paste why not try it?.Yes,eat with lot of rice!!

Yes,I prefer to cook pork myself.Do Carlos cook pork?.

Anonymous said...
April 24, 2008 at 12:28 AM

my sous chef must love me more if i made this for dinner hehehe i should try!

Anonymous said...
April 24, 2008 at 1:15 PM

yummy delicious! must be your mum's cooking lesson!!

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