Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Hot Pot Pork Ribs 番茄咖哩排骨

Hot Pot Pork Ribs 番茄咖哩排骨

Recipe source :  Adapted from a booklet distributed by Lea & Perrins sauce

This is not the usual hot and spicy curry that we, Malaysians are familiar with. The recipe calls for curry powder and lots of Worcestershire sauce. Both ingredients blended beautifully with the tomatoes and big onions resulting in a piquant stew. The pork ribs were tender and full of flavour.

This dish certainly has my vote. Thumbs Up !!


500g pork ribs
1 tbsp curry powder
2 tbsp cooking oil
3 big onions, quartered
3 big tomatoes. halved
1 carrot, cut into thick chunks


80ml Worcestershire sauce
1000 ml water
1 tsp salt


1.  Heat oil in a pot. Saute the big onions until fragrant
2.  Add in the pork ribs and stir-fry until the colour turns whitish
3.  Pour in the water and add the remaining ingredients and seasonings
4.  Bring to the boil, then lower the flame and simmer for about 45 minutes to 1 hour or until the meat is tender.
5.  Switch off flame and dish up.

I am submitting this post to Miss B of Everybody Eats Well In Flanders

The theme for June 2013 is curry powder

This event is linked to Little Thumbs Up


The event is organised by Zoe, of Bake For happy Kids and Doreen, of My Little Favourite DIY    


  1. Hi Doris, I used to cook curry with chicken, never try pork rib yet. Your Hot Pot Pork Ribs looks wonderful and delicious.

  2. Such simple ingredients, yet looks so delicious! Sometimes, simple are the best! I could slurp on the gravy! :)

    1. You are right, sometimes the simpler the better.

  3. Hi Doris,
    Thanks for support LTU curry event! I do have a bottle of worchester sauce at home, used it once and didn't know what else to do with it, now I know I can use it to make your Hot Pot Pork Ribs! =)

    1. I am glad to be able to help you finish off the balance of the Worcestershire sauce:)


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