Boiled rice with this braised pork ribs soup is superb!
The ribs are smashed into small pieces, washed and drained. Peel the potatoes and cut them into pieces, soak them in water to prevent oxidation and blackening. The red pepper is washed and cut into triangles. Dried shiitake mushroom wash
Tip 1: After the pot is hot, pour the oil into 60% heat, directly into the pork ribs, stir fry until the ribs water is dry, then remove the drained oil (the reason for directly frying with oil without using water is that The ribs that are burnt out are more likely to be soft and odorous, and the nutrients will not be lost.)
Heat again on high heat, add aniseed, cinnamon, fragrant leaves, dried chili, pepper, cumin and ginger, stir-fry the sauté, add the ribs
Cook the cooking wine, soy sauce, stir the color, pour in boiling water, add sugar, mushrooms and onion. Tip 2: After the soup is boiled, be sure to remove the floating foam on the soup (the ribs that come out are really not smelly). After drying the floating foam, cover it and set it to a small fire for 30 minutes.
Tip 3: Turn off the fire at this time, don't uncover it, let it soak for 15-30 minutes (this will make the ribs add more flavor, if time is enough, you can repeat it two or three times) After the time is over, start firing and continue to cook until the ribs are soft. Cooked. (If you don't have too much time, you can ignore this step, but it's not that good.)
Add the potatoes in the last fifteen minutes, cover them for a long time, then add the red peppers, add the salt, and turn off the fire after the fire is closed.