I remembered when I first discovered those 2-in-1 shampoo + conditioner. Some of you might say "Eeeccckkk!!!". That's fine. I too, don't use them anymore. But when I first learnt about them, being a lazy bum that I was (and still am), I thought wow, genius! it's one of the most brilliant ideas ever, which deserves to be alongside others such as sliced, crustless bread, and Microsoft Word (for those who are old enough to relate, don't you guys remember Word Perfect? ARGGHHH!!). Yes, I loved 2-in-1 shampoo + conditioner, or whatever it is that could help me do two things in one go.
This time, the 2-in-1 factor is:
Flavorful soup + Tenderized-meat-falling-off-bones pork ribs...
Honey Roasted Pork Ribs & Tomato Corn Soup
- 5 ripe tomatoes, cut into 8 sections each
- 3 sweet corn, cut into 3-4 parts each
- 3 small heads of wawa veggie (or you can use cabbage)
- 1 bulb of garlic, crushed
- 3 cm ginger, crushed
- 1 onion, roughly chopped
- 1 lb pork ribs
- olive oil, salt, white pepper, sugar, honey
Tomato Corn Soup
(In a pressure cooker, or in a deep pot) Saute onion, ginger and garlic in a bit of hot olive oil until fragrant, add pork ribs, add tomatoes, vegetables and corn. Cook for 20 minutes (if you are using pressure cooker), or 2-3 hours (if using normal pot, high heat then lower to low heat after bubbling). The tomato corn soup has been richly flavored by the meaty flavor of pork ribs, sweetness of corn, onion, vegetable, and the tang from the tomatoes. This soup needs very little seasoning. Just a pinch of salt will do.
Honey Roasted Pork Ribs
Preheat oven to 250C. Remove the tenderized pork ribs, the meat should be super tender. Place in oven tray, pour honey over them (rather generously), sprinkle a bit of salt, scoop a bit of soup to maintain juiciness. Grill until golden brown.
Consequently, there were 2 big bowls of rice in 1 stomach that evening. ^_^