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Dim Sum - Steamed Spare Ribs 豉汁蒸排骨

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Hello! After more than 4 weeks of rest, I would like to share with you this savoury dish Steamed Spare Ribs that I'm sure many of you love to order in the dim sum restaurant. Steamed Spare Ribs is also a must order on my list besides Har Gow and Siu Mai. I love to cook this tender Steamed Spare Ribs  quite often at home too. It is very easy to prepare and the saltiness of this Steamed Spare Ribs is so delicious that my family can always eat with extra rice.


 Steamed Spare Ribs


     Ingredients (recipe adapted from 简易上手大牌档菜)
     450-500g spare ribs (with some fats), cut into bite sizes
     2 Red chillies, cut to small pieces
     2 tbsp Garlic, chopped
     1 tbsp Ginger, minced
     1 tbsp Spring onion, chopped


     Seasoning 
    1 tbsp Fermented black bean, rinsed and roughly chopped
    1 tbsp Fermented soya bean paste
    1 tbsp Light soya sauce
    1 tbsp Oyster sauce
    1 tbsp Chinese cooking wine
    1 tbsp Corn flour
    1 tsp Sugar
    1 tsp Sesame oil
     dash of pepper
     2 tbsp Water

     Method:
  • Combine all ingredients and seasoning together and marinate for 2 hours or more in the fridge.
  • Then place seasoned spare ribs in a shallow dish plate and cover with aluminium foil, to prevent water drips.
  • Steam at high heat for 20 minutes or until the spare ribs are well cooked (remember to add more hot water when the steaming water is drying out).
  • Garnish with extra chopped spring onion and cut chillies on top before serve.   
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豉汁蒸排骨
    材料:
    400-450克 软排骨,斩块
    2条 红辣椒,切细
    2大匙 蒜蓉
    1大匙 姜溶
    1大匙 葱粒

    调味料
    1大匙 豆豉,冲净,剁碎
    1大匙 豆酱
    1大匙 生抽
    1大匙 蚝油
    1大匙 绍兴酒
    1大匙 栗粉
    1/2小匙 糖
    1小匙 麻油
    少许胡椒粉
    2大匙 清水

     做法:
  • 酱全部材料和调味料拌匀,腌2小时或以上。
  • 蒸锅的水煮滚后,放排骨隔水,盖上铝箔纸以防水汽浸入冲排骨谈排骨味道。
  • 蒸约20分钟或至排骨熟透。
  • 再撒些辣椒粒和葱花即可上桌。
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  1. I love the steamed spare ribs too, is one of the must order items when I go to yam cha :) I wish I have a plate of it right now!

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    1. Thanks Ah Tze. You're 点心高手,I'm sure you can cook better than me :)

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  2. Ann,
    很开心再看到你的post :)
    这个也是我吃点心时必点的电信之一!

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    1. Cass, 谢谢你哦!我相信很多朋友都喜欢吃点心,尤其烧卖,虾饺都不能缺少。

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  3. Hello Ann, happy to "see" you again. This dish will be so different without the fermented bean paste. I have not bought bottled fermented beans for a while. I need to search for good quality ones.

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    1. Thanks HL :) I prefer the one I'm using. They have some minced ginger added.

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  4. you back....happy to see you...

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    1. Thank you Hody :)
      Hope you've a great weekend.

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  5. Happy to see you posting again!!

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  6. wohoo..!! welcome back! Nice post. I love this but always used the pre pack ingredients to cook. Next time i will try ur method. Thanks for sharing :) Have a good weekend.

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    1. Thanks Jane!! This is delicious, have a try :)

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  7. Yeah, Ann, I'm one of the early birds here, am I? Glad to see a new post from you! Yes, this is my fav dish & we normally order this that comes with rice as well, haha! Have a lovely weekend!

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    1. Thank you very much Jessie for your emails and concern during my absence of blogging.
      Hope you cook this dish for your family when you're free.

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  8. Gorgeous-looking dish, Ann! I love pork ribs too & it's one of those must order dish, but I'm real fussy. Some of those serve in restaurants add too much flour resulting in too smooth a texture. Love to try yours some day! Glad to see u in good shape!

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    1. Shirley, sure and I also want to try yours too! Love with adding sour plum.

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  9. Hi Ann Happy to see you post. Yes this is my fav dish & when I cook this dish must cook more rice.

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  11. Great to see you in action! :)

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  12. Ann, welcome back.
    You know what, this is one of my favourite dim sum as I must order this and eat by my own the whole plate ..In fact, i also made this and thought going to post it today but last minutes change to chai kueh, hehehe..I am really happy to see you back..

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    1. Thanks Sonia. You're always very sweet and kind. Thank you again for calling me, really appreciate it.
      I'm sure your steamed spare ribs look very delicious and your photography skills are superb!

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  13. Hi. Wellcome back!

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  14. I LOVE these!! Yours look way better than anything I see in the restaurants!

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  15. 欢迎你正式归队。 这也是我必order 的点心之一呢!真是太好了,看的时候还吞了一下口水哈哈!

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    1. Li Shuan, 谢谢你哦!你做的点心也很棒!看到我就开始饿。。。呵呵。。。

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  16. Welcome back :) So glad to see you're better!

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  17. Glad to see you back!! You getting better? Yes, this is a must-order dish for dim sum restaurant for my family.

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    1. Yes Hanushi. I'm fine now. Thank you :))

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  18. I like the idea of recreating this at home - less fatty! And im sure just as yummy or even better! thanks for sharing :) glad to see you back.

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  19. Welcome back Ann! My boy will always order this dish whenever we have dim sum. I too make this at home but I'd rather cook it then steam. Simple reason is that cooking it longer will make the meat more tender.... to please the Oldies who do not have strong teeth! Ha, ha!

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    1. Chean, Thanks! Next time I'll follow your method.

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  20. hi ann, very happy to see a post from you! i love steamed spare ribs too..in fact there are so many dim sums that i like..if i can eat, i would like to wallop everything they have!!

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    1. Thank you Lena :) Same as you I love dim sum.

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  21. Ann, really glad to see u back and I hope u havr fully recover. Do rest well ok?

    This is also my must order dim sum besides har gow and char siew pau when I go yum cha.

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    1. Angel, 谢谢你的关心,我已经好很多了。很不好意思,没回你的mail,希望你不回在意 :)

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  22. WOW! My favorite dim sum!!! I'll be trying it out over the summer and come back and tell you how it went ^^ thank you!

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    1. Hi Shwin, Thank you for stopping by :) Yes please let me have your feedback after trying it :)

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  23. 你好!很开心见到你上菜了。。。。。。 :)

    这本书刚刚在前几天才把它带回家。其实很多食谱都很想试作。嘻嘻嘻嘻~

    这个应该很好吃的。热热夹上一片馒头,味道一定很好。 :)现在肚饿了啦! :) 哈哈哈~

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    1. Hi Joceline, 谢谢你。这本书我是买了很久了,里面的食谱都很容易做,而且很美味。有空一定要试试看哦!

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  24. Oh Ann, what a great recipe! I love dim sum steamed ribs! Got to try your recipe soon, like really soon!:) Thanks for sharing and I am really happy that you recovered and came back to us!!!Have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. Thank you Sandra dear. I want to try your green coconut chicken dish too :) Very delicious and beautiful picture :)

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  25. This is a very tasty dish and one that I enjoy a lot. In fact I just made braised pork ribs with black bean sauce. Need to cook extra rice :)

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    1. Hi Biren, WOW! Seems like everyone love this dish. Hope to your post soon :)

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  26. 很开心看到你上帖子了,很想念你还有你的大作

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    1. 谢谢你的关心,我也很想念你。

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  27. Welcome back, Ann.
    I love this dish and never fail to order it when I'm at a dim sum place.
    Time to make this at home. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Hi Ping, I always made this at home because I want to eat a bigger portion :D

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  28. Nice to see you back in blogging.
    This is simply delicious. Will give it a try.

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  29. Anncoo....Welcome back...and I love this steamed spare ribs...so flavorful ...a must have at the dim sum shop :) thanks for the recipe :)

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  30. Hi, Glad that see you back. Will definitely give it a try. Thanks.

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  31. Nice to see you back with a great dish!

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  32. Welcome back, Ann. Oh wow, another easy & delicious steamy dim sum dish coming out of your kitchen. Love it! Hope you're doing well & take care.
    Kristy

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  33. I love this~ i always order 2 to 3 plate when i'm in dim sum restaurant! I would like to try to made it once! thanks~~

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  34. i rarely have this during dim sum session, but i would love to try some with slight spiciness next time :) thanks for sharing

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  35. Hi ann, it's really great to see you back blogging again! I can drool over all your goodies once again!

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  36. Hello friends,
    Thank you very much for your comments and support to Anncoo Journal. 我会加油的!!

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  37. A nice dish! I am a pork person, this sounds delicious:D Nice to see you back Ann:D

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  38. Hey there stranger !!! Nice to have you back in circulation !:D Now we can go back and drool over your scrumptious concoctions ! This steamed spareribs is one of my fave dimsum ! Deliciously good !

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  39. glad to see you back too! and to more delicious posts from you :D

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  40. Hi Ann, Good to see you cook again. Agree, the steamed spare ribs (and the steamed sauce) is also a great dish to serve with rice.

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  41. Glad to see you're finally back in action. Great post as always.

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  42. welcome back! and this is my hubby's fav dish so I think he will be very happy when I make him this!

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  43. love it...i always order this when i eat dim sum!!

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  44. This is my husband's favorite dim sum dish! I had no idea how to make it. Thank you for sharing the recipe so that I can make this at home!

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    1. Hi Nami, Hope you try this at home for your family.

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  45. looks so superb just like those served in dim sum restaurants :)

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  46. Hi Ann, thank you for supporting my cookbook giveaway and participating :) Wish you the very, very best of luck and HOPE YOU WIN A COPY!!!! :D

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    1. Hi Denise, thanks for the giveaway. I definitely hope I'm the lucky one :)

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  47. Haven't had this in ages! Ann, yours looks so delicious.

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  48. Hi! I love ur recipe. Is fermented soy bean paste the same as miso. Or is miso a good substitute? :)

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    1. Hi Leanne, This is a Chinese type of fermented soy bean paste. Of course you can use miso to replace it.

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    2. Thankyou very much! I went out and bought some because I love this recipe so much. We had this for tea last night and it came out the best yet. Love ur blog, your writing and photography. Amazing. :)

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    3. Hi Leanne, you made this? WOW! Great to hear that. So happy you tried this recipe :)

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  49. Hi Ann, this recipe is awesome. This is my fifth time cooking this dish, my family and friends love it.

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    1. Hi Lily, Thanks for trying this recipe. I think is better to cook this at home than ordering it in the restaurant. Is much cheaper and tastier, right? :D

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