>Spareribs with Pineapple in Oyster Sauce

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It has been a long time. My harddrive is already full of food pictures that are waiting to be published here. My baby is already 5 months old yesterday and since September, we have moved to a new apartment and I have started a new job. Our new place is nice. It is a place where everybody still says “Ohayou” (Good morning) to each other and also offer you produce from their gardens when harvest time comes. Although we are far from the conveniences that city living offers, we are loving every minute that we are here. My husband is particularly loving the fact that there is a supermarket nearby which sells big chunks of meat at a relatively cheaper price than the usual supermarkets. And thus as a comeback, let me share Rad’s favorite meat: the spare ribs.
Tonight, I decided to experiment a little bit. It is weekend, and we decided to spend the whole day inside the apartment just taking it easy so the ingredients are the things that I can find in my refrigerator only.
Ingredients:
spare ribs (4 cuts)
butter
1 potato
1 green bell pepper
2 rings pineapple
mushroom
half an onion
pepper
about 2 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp soy sauce
water
lettuce (as garnish)
Procedure:
1. Sprinkle shio-kosho (a mixture of salt and fine pepper) on the ribs and fry in butter until brown.
2. Put in onion and potato and fry some more (use moderate heat).
3. Mix in oyster sauce and soy sauce until they are incorporated in the meat and potatoes. Sprinkle ground black pepper. Pour about 3/4 cup water and cover.
4. Mix in pineapple and mushroom.
5. Put in bell pepper when everything is cooked. The remaining heat is enough to cook the bell pepper and still have some crunch in it.
Usually, the meat that we buy are already so tender that we don’t even need a pressure cooker or cook for a long time. I think the amount of water would depend on how tender or hard the meat is.
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