Monday, April 26, 2010

Tender Five Spice Slow Roast Pork Bones Recipe

I cooked this quite some time back but did not manage to post it until I found the photo sitting in one of my folder. The tough meat that is stuck to the bones is very tasty and we just need to make it tender to enjoy it. You can slow roast the pork bones over the oven or use a pressure cooker to make it tender before roasting it. Actually this dish not really that hard to prepare but we just need time make the meat tender. For best result you can use pork ribs but over here, I used all the bones for soup that I bought in bulk from my butcher. It is very nice to sink our teeth into the succulent, tender and aromatic roasted five spice powder pork bones meat!

Ingredients
Pork Bones with little meat, 600 gms (or you can use tender ribs)
Five Spice Powder, 1 table spoons
Light Soya Sauce, 2 table spoons
Pepper, 1 teaspoon or less if you don’t want it to be spicy
Salt to taste
Brown Sugar, 2 table spoons
Lemon, 1 pc, juiced
Tomato Sauce, 2 table spoons
Garlic, 1 whole bulb
Honey, 3 table spoons

Marinade the pork bones with all the ingredients except the honey. Put pork bones in roasting pan and cover the top tightly with aluminium foil. Roast in preheated oven at 180 Dec C for 2 hours or you can use a pressure cooker as well. Remove the aluminium foil and glaze the pork bones with honey. Continue roasting without the aluminium foil cover for another 30 minutes.

15 comments:

tuti said...

oink.
i feel like eating pork now.

Merryn said...

makes me feel like the porky gang now! hmm.. stay still my rumbling tummy...

smallkucing said...

Hmm...sedap...Love to eat this and not that difficult to cook.

Mommy Ling said...

Pork ribs..never try cook in oven. I think save more gas using this method.

Christine said...

Pete, I am so going to try this as soon as I can get some pork ribs. You know I love roasting and I like your combination of spices.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

This look simple and delicious!

gus said...

great recipe. will get on it this weekend, after a good morning market run. Have to think of ways to roast it tho. 2 hours by the oven could bite deep into my tnb bill. time to buy a pressure cooker then.

Alice Law said...

I'm not a fan of "pork" leh... though your dish looks very tender! T-T Sorry sifu...!

Please have a nice day!

Christine@Christine's Recipes said...

Pete, five spice powder really brings up the flavour of pork. I love to use it to marinate the pork before roasting it in oven.

manglish said...

yooooooooo i can imagine the meat loosened off on biting is it like tat? smooth and soft

suituapui said...

Oh? You use light soy sauce? We use dark and I love adding hard boiled eggs.

Verone said...

I should try making this for my hubby and kids although I myself is not a pork eater...rugi...

AL said...

Yesterday I was able to invent a new recipe for pork spare ribs. Like with you, it took time to tenderize the pork. You've done five spice pork while mine was 3 cheese pork, yummy!

wenn said...

i hardly cook pork. must try one of these days!

mNhL said...

I love to eat pork but hate the meat stuck in my teeth. Need to floss them out.

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