Steamed baby ribs with glutinous rice

 

Steamed baby ribs with glutinous rice

By Maomaomom

This is a wonderful traditional Chinese dish popular in Nanjing, China. The dish is well loved by my family. This recipe uses InstantPot, an electric pressure cooker to quickly and efficiently  achieve a rich and melting in your mouth results.
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Prepare Time: 15 minutes
Cook time: 55 minutes
Level: Easy
Serves: 4 servings

Ingredients:

1. Baby ribs 750 g;
2. Marinate ingredients: 1 green onion cut into big pieces, 1 small piece fresh ginger spliced, 1 tablespoon dark soy sauce, 1 tablespoon Kikkoman light soy sauce, ¼t chicken bouillon powder, ½t salt, 1t sugar, 1 tablespoon water and 1.5 tablespoon corn starch;
3. 1/2C glutinous rice, 2C water。

Directions

1: One day ahead, clean baby ribs and cut into pieces between bones. Put baby ribs and marinate ingredients into a Zip-Lock bag, seal it and shake well in a fridge over night.
2: On the day of making this dish, in the morning soak glutinous rice in 2C water for 8 hours. Drain the rice, coat baby ribs with soaked rice and place into a shallow bowl.
2: Take out your InstantPot , add 2C water in and put the stand in side then place the bowl with rice and baby ribs on the stand. Cover the lid and make sure the valve at the close position. Choose “steam” function and set for 55 minutes and then start.
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3: When it’s done, wait for 10 minutes and then release the pressure and open the cover. Take out the Steamed baby ribs with glutinous rice and enjoy it.

Maomaomom’s Note: 1C=240ml, 1t=5ml and 1T=15 ml.

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32 Responses to Steamed baby ribs with glutinous rice

  1. Toni says:

    What size is the bowl you need need to put the ribs and rice in and where can I get it

  2. Carol says:

    What is glutinous rice?

    I look forward to your response so I can make this recipe!

    Thank you
    Carol

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