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Saute Spare Ribs with Mandarin Peels

Preparation Time:   10  (mins)
Cooking Time:   10  (mins)
Cooking Method:   Deep fry
Cook level:   Normal


Spare rib (s) 450 g [cut into pcs]
Mandarin peels 10 g
Green onion(s) 3 pcs [sectioned]
Garlic 1 tsp [minced]
Shallots 1 tbsp [chopped]
Chili 1 tbsp [red, shredded]
Cooking wine 1 tbsp
Corn starch adequate amount [for dusting]


Premium Oyster Sauce 2 tbsp
Sugar 1/2 tsp
Corn starch 1 tsp
Hoisin Sauce 2 tbsp
Sugar 1/2 tsp
Water 5 tbsp
Corn starch 1/2 tsp

  1. Rinse and soak the Mandarin peels, shred half portion and mince the remaining half.
  2. Mix the spareribs with marinade and the minced peels.
  3. Dust the spareribs with cornstarch and deep fry in hot oil until golden and done.
  4. Saute garlic, shallots, chili, mandarin peels and green onion in 1 tbsp oil.  Sizzle wine and return the spare ribs.  Stir in the sauce mix and heat through.

Tag: Spare ribs, Mandarin peels

Mandarin peel has been traditionally used to increase the movement of digestive tract and uterus. Mandarin peels have been identified as extremely effective for a multitude of digestive problems, as well as improving appetite, and they even help in weight loss. Mandarin peels contain rich Limonoids, which can be easily dissolved in daily diets, ensuring easy absorption of nutrients.

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