Recipe Bak Kut Teh:
2 kilo Pork ribs,
8 pieces of garlic,
2 tablespoons black bean sauce,
4 tablespoons bean sauce,
2 tablespoons oyster sauce,
A pinch salt glutamate powder,
10 Bowls (3 litre) of water and
One packet Bak Kut Teh Herbs.
1. Rinse Pork Ribs.
2. Pour 10 bowls of water (3 litres) to boil, then put in Bak Kut Teh Herbs. Using medium temperature to cook for 1/2 hours. Low heat of temperature cook other 2 hours.
3. Add pepper for ready serve.
Note: After finish cook Bak Kut Teh, just put black bean sauce, bean sauce, oyster sauce and salt glutamate powder.
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