Pork Spareribs, Whole
$9.50 w/GST ($8.72)
Approximately 4-5kg packing.
Craving Juicy Ribs?
Indulge in the rich flavor and tender texture of our Pork Spareribs, a favorite among meat lovers. Sourced from top-quality pork, these spareribs promise an unforgettable culinary experience with every bite. Whether grilled, barbecued, or slow-cooked, they infuse your meals with a mouth-watering aroma and taste that’s hard to resist.
Let’s explore why these Pork Spareribs are a must-have in your kitchen!
Our Pork Spareribs are carefully prepared to ensure a consistently high-quality experience. With a perfect balance of meat and fat, they offer a juicy, flavorful taste that enhances any recipe. These ribs are ideal for a variety of cooking methods, making them versatile for any meal. 6 key reasons to choose them:
Nutritious and Delicious
Each 200g serving of our Pork Spareribs provides approximately 500 calories, rich in high-quality protein and essential nutrients. These ribs are not only a delight for your taste buds but also offer:
- About 30g of protein, essential for muscle growth and repair.
- Approximately 40g of fats, providing energy and aiding in nutrient absorption.
- A source of essential vitamins and minerals, supporting overall health.
Dishes You Can Create
Transform these Pork Spareribs into delightful Singaporean dishes. Here are some ideas:
- BBQ Pork Ribs: Glazed with a sweet and tangy sauce, perfect for a weekend cookout.
- Bak Kut Teh: A comforting herbal soup featuring tender spareribs.
- Sweet and Sour Pork Ribs: A classic dish with a perfect blend of flavors.
- Pork Rib Stew: Slow-cooked to perfection, infused with spices and herbs.
- Grilled Pork Ribs with Sambal: Add a local twist with spicy sambal sauce.
- Honey Garlic Pork Ribs: Sweet and savory, ideal for a family dinner.
Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to our FAQ section, where we answer all your questions Chicken Minced! Discover more:
What is the best cooking method for spare ribs?
The best cooking method for spare ribs is slow cooking them in the oven or on a barbecue grill.
What is the difference between pork ribs and pork spareribs?
Pork ribs refer to the ribs of a pig, which can be divided into different cuts such as baby back ribs, St. Louis-style ribs, and spare ribs. Pork spareribs specifically refer to the cut of ribs that come from the belly area of the pig, which are larger and meatier compared to baby back ribs.
What cuts are pork spareribs?
Pork spareribs are obtained by cutting them from the ends of baby back ribs and running them along the pig’s breast bone.
Are pork spare ribs good?
Yes, pork spare ribs are a popular and flavorful cut of meat. They are known for their tenderness and rich flavor when cooked properly.
Are pork spare ribs healthy?
Pork spare ribs can be a part of a balanced diet when consumed in moderation. However, they are relatively high in fat and calories. It is advisable to opt for leaner cuts of meat and trim excess fat before cooking. It’s also important to consider portion sizes and balance the meal with plenty of vegetables and whole grains.
Are pork spare ribs the same as pork belly
No, pork spare ribs and pork belly are not the same. Pork spare ribs come from the rib section of the pig and are known for their meaty texture and bone-in structure. On the other hand, pork belly is a cut from the underside of the pig and is typically known for its fatty and tender meat, often used to make bacon or Chinese-style roasted pork belly.
Are pork spare ribs ok for dogs?
Pork spare ribs can be given to dogs, but it is important to feed them in moderation and with certain precautions. Remove any seasonings or spices from the ribs, as they can be harmful to dogs. Cook the ribs thoroughly to ensure they are safe to eat and avoid giving them in large quantities to prevent digestive issues. Additionally, be cautious of bones as they can splinter and cause choking or injury to your dog. Always supervise your dog while they are eating ribs and consult with a veterinarian for specific dietary recommendations for your dog’s health and breed.
Are pork spare ribs keto friendly?
Yes, pork spare ribs can be considered keto friendly as they are high in fat and low in carbohydrates.
Are pork spare ribs tough?
Pork spare ribs can be tough, especially if they are not cooked properly. It is important to cook pork spare ribs low and slow to break down the collagen and connective tissues, which will result in tender and juicy ribs.
Can pork spareribs be cooked in crockpot?
Yes, pork spareribs can be cooked in a crockpot.