Monday, June 16, 2008

Corn Soup with Pork Ribs

This is a pretty simple soup to make. You just need to get 2 sticks of fresh sweet corn, 300g of fresh pork ribs (nearer to the spine), 2 liters of water and 2 teaspoon of salt. I manage to get the bicolor (yellow and white) sweet corn. It is taste sweeter but it is more expensive than the yellow sweet corn.

Here is the making process:
  1. Remove corn husks and clean corn with water. Cut corn into halves.
  2. Rinse and clean pork ribs with water.
  3. To remove pork smell and excess fat, boil a pot of water just enough to cover the pork ribs.
  4. Once the water boil, place pork ribs into boiling water for 1min. Drain ribs and put aside.
  5. At medium to high heat, boil 2 liters of water. Put in the pork ribs.
  6. Once the water with ribs boils, put in the corns.
  7. Wait for about 5 mins or once the water boils, reduce heat to low to medium. Leave soup to boil for 40mins.
  8. Add salt last and turn off the heat.
That's it. It is that simple !