We all like to eat spareribs. Whether it’s braised spareribs, sweet and sour spareribs, garlic spareribs, steamed spareribs with black bean sauce, fermented bean curd spareribs, spareribs soup, etc., they are all our favorite dishes and also my favorite dishes. However, I don’t often cook these dishes ~ o (╯□ ╯ system) O ~. For office workers from nine to five, I don’t have time at ordinary times and can’t squeeze out time on weekends. I really don’t want to try too complex dishes.


500g spare ribs
1 potato
1 carrot
30g vegetable oil
2 slices of ginger
1 green onion
6 cloves garlic
1 tablespoon cooking wine
2 tablespoons salt
0.5 tablespoon sugar
4 tablespoons raw soy sauce
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 tablespoon pepper


Step 1
Wash the ribs and soak them in water for a while; Wash again and drain the water;

Step 2
Put ginger slices, scallion, cooking wine, salt, sugar, raw soy sauce, chili powder and pepper powder into the ribs; Grasp well and marinate for 30 minutes or longer (I marinate before going out in the morning and cook in the evening);

Step 3
Peel and wash potatoes and carrots and cut them into potato chips; Peel off garlic and wash;

Step 4
Put the Taji pot on the fire and add an appropriate amount of vegetable oil; Stir in garlic until fragrant;

Step 5
Add potatoes and carrots and stir fry;

Step 6
Put in ribs;

Step 7
Pour the marinated ribs into the sauce;

Step 8
Cover and bake over medium heat for 15 minutes;

Step 9
Turn off the fire and sprinkle scallions;

Step 10
[ribs Taji pot] ready.