Since I taught my mother-in-law to cook high-rise pork ribs, this dish has become a common dish for her in-law’s banquets. She often teaches the recipe to the old ladies who play together. The family often receives calls from her old sisters for advice. What is three, four and five?The mother-in-law who answered the phone looked proud and repeated loudly, quite a sense of accomplishment
2 tablespoons of rice vinegar
4 tablespoons of soy sauce
Right amount of cooking oil
Cut the ribs into small pieces, soak and wash away the blood.
Put a small amount of oil in the pot and add the ribs.
Fry until the ribs turn white.
Add one spoon of cooking wine, two spoons of vinegar, three spoons of sugar, four spoons of soy sauce, and five spoons of water. The ingredients should be flush with the ribs.
Bring to a boil over high heat, then transfer to medium and low heat and cook slowly, about 30 minutes until the soup is all up.