White Coffee Pork Ribs Recipe



I love all meats! And so, I will never say no to a good ribs recipe. Let me tell you now that this coffee pork ribs recipe is an absolute delight! I can do without the white coffee glaze, really; but having it in these succulent ribs just gives extra joy and (palpitations) in my heart.

Coffee Pork Ribs Recipe


Hubby cooked this pork ribs recipe last New Year’s eve. It was a simple feast for 2. While it was just him and me at home (and our 2yo bub who doesn’t eat much!); we nearly finished the entire dish. That and with a small serving of pasta on the side. It was a restaurant quality meal! We’re definitely doing this again!

Here’s how to make this ribs recipe. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

Ingredients:
-Pork ribs, 1kgs, cut into strips or into bit size (depending on how you want them served)
-Cooking oil, for deep frying

For the marinade:
-Salt, 1 tsp
-Sugar, 1 tsp
-Oyster sauce, 4 tbsp
-Sesame oil, ½ tbsp
-Bicarbonate of soda, 1tsp
-Rice flour, 4 tbsp
-Tapioca starch, 4 tbsp
-Eggs, 2 pcs, beaten
-Water, 50ml

We prefer using rice flour and tapioca starch because it gives a good, smooth crunch to the meat without the dough-like after-taste effect of the plain flour. While we don't normally use them at home, it's worth buying them just for this recipe so we get the texture that we want for our ribs.

For the white coffee sauce:
-White coffee, 2 packets  (We used the Old Town White Coffee brand. Other brands will do.)
-Sugar, 3 tbsp
-Garlic, 1 bulb, crushed and chopped
-Worcestershire sauce, 4 tbsp
-Ground pepper, 1 tsp
-Soy sauce, 2 tbsp
-Rice or Chinese cooking wine or White wine, 2 tbsp
-Water, 100ml

Directions:

1. Mix all the marinate ingredients in a bowl.
2. Marinate the pork for at least 2 hours.
3. Fry the pork ribs in a hot oil under medium heat for about 7-10 minutes or until golden brown.


Coffee Pork Ribs Recipe 

4. Drain oil with a strainer.
5. Set aside.

Coffee Pork Ribs Recipe


6. Mix the white coffee sauce ingredients in a bowl.
7. Stir thoroughly.
8. Put in a hot pan and stir until the sauce thickens.
9. Once thick, put the pork ribs in. Make sure to cover the ribs thoroughly.
10. Serve with pasta or a glass of cold beer.


Coffee Pork Ribs Recipe

Ahhh!!! A cold drink definitely puts this pork ribs dish in its right place. Just a caution though for the pregnant women readers, the coffee will definitely kick in; and your little occupant could get more excited than usual. I mean the little person in my belly kept me up all night (which was fine since we were waiting for the New Year, anyway!). It really seemed like the tiny fella' was having a party of its own in there.

So, there! A little piece of heaven made in our very kitchen! Try them and let me know how it goes. Remember me when you cook.

About the Author

I'm Rizza, the accidental blogger. My cooking journey started with an awful adobo dish that even I couldn't eat. Now here I am with more than a hundred tasty and enjoyable recipes. I love sharing my cooking experience and recipes with you. I hope to inspire you with more tasty, quick and easy meals that I have cooked and been cooking for my family. Enjoy and do come back for more!

22 comments:

  1. I'm curious sa taste because there is coffee sauce. I'm not into ribs but I eat this from time to time. :)

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    1. This is one of our kitchen experiments, Michi!! It's really yum!! The taste is close to the Bourbon Ribs of TGIF.

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  2. WOW! That looks so good. And it's not that difficult to make either. Thanks for the recipe, really. It's definitely appreciated!

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  3. The ribs look so yummy. I put it on my list of things to try to cook :)

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  4. I am really curious how it taste like. I should copy your recipe sis and ask hubby to make the same soon. hehehe wala ako talent sa kusina eh. :-)

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  5. This is so yummy, looks palang nakakatakam na. nakakagutom naman...

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  6. The dish title amazes me, that coffee sauce! Wow! I never thought coffee would be an awesome additional ingredient to sauce. Such a great dish!

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    1. We got the coffee ribs idea from Masterchef Australia. haha!! Hope you could give it a try, too!

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  7. We had pork ribs for Christmas. I had a different recipe though. I hope to try this recipe once I find rice flour and tapioca flour.

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    1. Hi Katrina, it's quite common in Supermarkets. We bought ours from the local store near our place. Check the baking section. :)

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  8. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I will ask Mommy if she wants to have it this weekend.

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  9. What a great way to enjoy gourmet at home! :)

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  10. This looks extra yummy! Must try this weekend!

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  11. This is a must try. Daddy A is right, I like this for our weekend menu :)

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  12. I wonder if my husband would be adventurous to try your recipe? Looks really good!

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  13. Looks yummy, my husband loves to cook also will share this one with him

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  14. Look so yummy! I should make this dish very soon. Thank you!:)
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  15. Wow! It really Looks very delicious. It really looks juicy.

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  16. Looks yummy indeed! Nakakagutom lalo! :D nice!

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  17. Bookmarking your page!!

    I badly need this because I'm planning to cook for my family this valentines ;)

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