The computer is finally available and I decided to make the most of it and post a recipe on my neglected blog. Have been cooking and baking with zest for the past four weeks and literally having a ball with the family. One of the recipes we cooked was an all time favourite Spare Ribs". You can never have too much of it. No matter how much you make it is always just enough. Here is the recipe for that special Sunday Lunch.
1 kg Spare Ribs, cut into 2 inch pieces. 2 tbsp curry powder; 2 large potatoes, boiled and quartered; salt to taste; 1 tomato and a few coriander leaves for garnish; 2 onions sliced; 1 large tomato diced; 2 tbsp ginger-garlic minced; oil for frying.
Wash spare ribs and drain well. Keep aside. In the meanwhile heat 2 tbsp olive oil in a heavy bottomed non stick pan and fry onions till golden brown. Add the minced ginger - garlic and stir fry on medium heat till a nice aroma fills your nostrils. Add the tomato and cook till dry. Now add in the curry powder and spare ribs and stir fry till the ribs are well coated. Add 2 cups water and pressure cook till done and the meat is falling off the bones. Arrange on a plate, surrounded with boiled potatoes and garnish with the tomato and corriander leaves. Serve hot with chappathis or rice.