Braised ribs are the favorite of every family. Whether braised or sweet and sour, they are delicious and can’t stop. Today’s preserved bean curd spareribs are bright in color, salty, delicious and unique in taste. Let’s have a try


1000g spare ribs
1 piece of fermented bean curd
2 tablespoons cooking wine
10 rock candy
1 onion
2 slices of ginger
3 cloves garlic
Five dried red peppers
1 / 3 teaspoon salt


Step 1
Prepare ingredients

Step 2
Blanch the ribs into the water to remove impurities

Step 3
Take it out with chopsticks

Step 4
Add some oil and rock sugar to melt

Step 5
When rock sugar turns brown, add ribs and stir fry

Step 6
Stir in cooking wine and soy sauce

Step 7
Add fermented bean curd and soup

Step 8
Add onion, ginger, garlic and dry red pepper and stir fry

Step 9
Add an appropriate amount of water and salt

Step 10
Medium and small fire for about 40-60 minutes, and the juice can be collected in large fire