How to Cook Marmite Glazed Pork Ribs

Marmite is made from yeast extract. On its own, it's just yummy. Today it is even used on cooking dishes. The dark glossy marmite sauce is a perfect glaze for any fried pork or chicken pieces.

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How to Cook Marmite Glazed Pork Ribs Recipe
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First clean the pork ribs.Use a sharp knife to cut the top fat along the top side of the ribs making sure all the tough tissues that connect the meat are removed.

First clean the pork ribs.Use a sharp knife to cut the top fat along the top side of the ribs making sure all the tough tissues that connect the meat are removed.

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Prepare egg white, soy sauce, salt, pepper and cornflour to marinade the pork ribs.

Prepare egg white, soy sauce, salt, pepper and cornflour to marinade the pork ribs.

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Combine the pork ribs with the marinade and mix well. Marinade the pork ribs for at least 1 hour. Set aside.

Combine the pork ribs with the marinade and mix well. Marinade the pork ribs for at least 1 hour. Set aside.

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Prepare the sauce to cook the pork ribs. The STAR for the sauce is Marmite Yeast Extract.

Prepare the sauce to cook the pork ribs. The STAR for the sauce is Marmite Yeast Extract.

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Add the sauce ingredients: Marmite, honey, maltose soy sauce, pepper and chicken granules with HOT water in a small dish. Mix well and set aside.

Add the sauce ingredients: Marmite, honey, maltose soy sauce, pepper and chicken granules with HOT water in a small dish. Mix well and set aside.

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When the pork ribs has been marinated, prepare to deep fry them. Place cornflour into a food plastic or ziploc bag.

When the pork ribs has been marinated, prepare to deep fry them. Place cornflour into a food plastic or ziploc bag.

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Coat the marinated pork ribs with the cornflour in the bag.

Coat the marinated pork ribs with the cornflour in the bag.

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Prepare HOT oil to deep fry the floured ribs. To make sure the oil is hot enough, immerse a wooden chopstick into the oil. Bubbles will appear around the chopsticks when oil is hot enough for use.

Prepare HOT oil to deep fry the floured ribs. To make sure the oil is hot enough, immerse a wooden chopstick into the oil. Bubbles will appear around the chopsticks when oil is hot enough for use.

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Add in the pork ribs and deep fry over medium heat till golden brown and cooked.

Add in the pork ribs and deep fry over medium heat till golden brown and cooked.

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Remove the fried pork ribs from the wok with a strainer.

Remove the fried pork ribs from the wok with a strainer.

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Drained the fried pork ribs on paper towels.

Drained the fried pork ribs on paper towels.

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Then prepare to cook the marmite sauce. Leave 1 tablespoon oil in the wok or pan. Add in chopped garlic and shallot. Fry till aromatic.

Then prepare to cook the marmite sauce. Leave 1 tablespoon oil in the wok or pan. Add in chopped garlic and shallot. Fry till aromatic.

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Add in the Marmite sauce mixture and stir.

Add in the Marmite sauce mixture and stir.

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Bring the Marmite sauce to a boil ( BIG bubbles ) and cook until sauce is thickened.

Bring the Marmite sauce to a boil ( BIG bubbles ) and cook until sauce is thickened.

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Add in the fried pork ribs.

Add in the fried pork ribs.

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Stir well to coat the pork ribs entirely with the thickened sauce. And you're done!

Stir well to coat the pork ribs entirely with the thickened sauce. And you're done!

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Dish up, garnish with toasted sesame seeds, carrot strips, cut tomatoes and parsley.

Dish up, garnish with toasted sesame seeds, carrot strips, cut tomatoes and parsley.

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These marmite ribs are absolutely delicious and it's one of my family's favourite. It's tender and juicy on the inside and slightly crispy on the outside. So Enjoy!    www.huangkitchen.com

These marmite ribs are absolutely delicious and it's one of my family's favourite. It's tender and juicy on the inside and slightly crispy on the outside. So Enjoy! www.huangkitchen.com

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