Crispy Fried Apple Cider Pork Ribs. Crispy Deep Fried Pork Belly Ribs, Apple Cider Infused.

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Crispy Fried Apple Cider Pork Ribs. Crispy Deep Fried Pork Belly Ribs, Apple Cider Infused.
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Recipe type: Pork
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Serves: 2
 
Perfectly tenderised and flavored with apple cider, then coated with a light batter and deep fried perfection, these deep fried ribs are outstanding. Simmered in apple cider and sherry to tenderize and flavor, then dipped in a light batter, this deep fried ribs recipe is unforgettable.
Ingredients
  • 800g Pork Belly, bone in, skin on
  • 660ml Apple cider
  • 140ml Full cream sherry
  • Water to cover
  • 2 Spring onions
  • 2 Bird's eye chillies
  • 2 Eggs
  • 4 Tbs Tapioca or cornflour
Instructions
  1. To start, you will need 800g of pork belly with the bone in and skin on. Have your butcher cut the belly into short ribs, 75mm or 3 inches in width.
  2. Cut the ribs apart and place them in a large pan. Pour over the apple cider and the sherry. Pour in enough water to almost cover the ribs.
  3. Bruise the spring onions with the back of your cleaver, and cut the chillis into quarters length-ways, then put these in the pan.
  4. Heat the pan over medium heat, bring it to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 45 minutes.
  5. Remove the pork from the pan and place it in a large mixing bowl.
  6. Combine the egg and the tapioca or cornflour in a jug and pour this over the ribs. Mix this thoroughly until the ribs are well coated.
  7. Fill your wok with oil to a depth of 50mm or 2 inches and heat this to 180c or 350f.
  8. Carefully lower half of the ribs into the oil and deep fry these for 2 to 3 minutes until crisp and golden, turning once during cooking.
  9. Remove these and drain on kitchen paper. Repeat with the remaining ribs.
  10. Transfer the ribs to platters and serve immediately with the accompaniments of your choice.

 

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