Chinese Soup with Pork Ribs and Vegetables
Posted by: recipetoshare on 05 Mar 2018

If you do not have time for your dinner meals. You can easily prepare this Chinese soup in the morning and leave it cooking in the pressure cooker so it will be ready when you back home. The steps to make this dish is pretty simple and quick. You can make it together with your kids for fun.The process just requires some peeling of potatoes and carrots and some cutting on pork ribs into small pieces. Give this is a try.

Serves: 6 - 8 people
Preparation: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes

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  • 500g to 1kg of pork ribs.
  • 6 potatoes.
  • 3 carrots.
  • 1 tomato.
  • 1 shallot.
  • 1 spring onion.
  • 2 tablespoons of salt.
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar (optional).
  • Water for the soup.
Method of Cooking
  • Wash and clean the pork ribs and cut into smaller pieces.
  • Wash the potatoes and carrots and peel the skins. Cut each potato into 4 pieces. While for the carrots cut into 2cm thick in a diagonal shape.
  • Cut the tomato into 4 pieces.
  • Peel the shallot skin, do not cut this.
  • Cut the spring onion into small ring shapes. You may only need 1-2 leaves.
  • Get a pressure cooker and put all the ingredients into the pot and fill in with water. You can add up the water up to 5cm above the ingredients level. If you want a thicker soup. You can reduce the water level.
  • Put the salt and sugar. Sugar is definitely optional. This will give a little bit sweet taste.
  • Put the shallot into the pot. Do not cut it, as it will be automatically peeled off once the soup is cooked.
  • Leave it till cooked. Usually, it will take less than 1 hour.
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