One Pot Spareribs

All done in one pot (a smaller pot would have been better!)

All done in one pot (a smaller pot would have been better!)

Saturday was a busy day… kind of. I got off to a late start and then decided to give myself a facial. I use Sonya Dakar for my at home facials. I’d use her products more often except for the price in addition to the shipping charges. I love her products though.

I wanted to cook dinner that night but wanted something easy since I wanted to prep for Sunday’s Mother’s Day dinner at my sister’s house in Encino.

I went with the Otoki Senshin Buddhist Temple Cook Book for their One Pot Spareribs recipe. I had made it before and it turned out delicious – the beau especially liked it. Last time I rushed through it because I don’t remember adding the flour paste at the end to thicken the sauce. The recipe name says it all, just put all the ingredients into the pot and let it cook at low heat for 1 ½ hours! We shared a baked potato and poured some of the sauce over it – oishi!

Saturday dinner...

Saturday dinner...

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Beau on May 14, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    These ribs were absolutely delicious!!!

    Reply

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