Certified Wife Cooked: Braised Spareribs with Pineapple

For me, my husband is the pickiest eater I've ever known. So preparing our daily meals is the hardest thing I do as a wife. That's why I’m so thankful for the online blogs and recipes I saw in the internet. One of my favorite sites is Del Monte Kitchenomics, super yummy lahat ng dishes that they offer and so easy steps lang talaga, even a busy wife and mom can do it.  Yesterday I cooked Braised Spareribs with Pineapple for our lunch (baon).  


½ kilo Pork Ribs / Belly (cut into servings portions)
¼ tsp Iodized Salt
¼ cup Cooking Oil
¼ cup Water
2 tbsp Soy Sauce
3 cloves Garlic (crushed)
1 tsp Ginger (minced)
1 tsp Cornstarch (dissolved in 1 tbs water)
1 stalk Leeks (sliced, optional)
1 tbsp Sesame Seeds (toasted, optional)
1 can (227 grams) Del Monte Pineapple Chunks/Tidbits


1. Season pork with ¼ teaspoon iodized salt.

2. Brown pork in ¼ cup oil, draining excess oil.

3. Saute garlic and ginger.

4. Add ¼ cup water, soy sauce and Del Monte Pineapple Chunks/Tidbits including syrup.

4. Add pork, cover and simmer for 30 minutes or until pork is tender.

5. Add cornstarch. Simmer until think.
6. Stir in leeks and top with sesame seeds.
7. Serve Hot with plain rice.

For the final result, my husband loves it. Well, I think wala rin syang magagawa kasi yan ang baon namin.. Pero seriously speaking and di sa pagbubuhat ng sariling bangko, masarap nga sya promise.. Thanks Del Monte Kitchenomics for this simple and tasty recipe. So for all mommies out there, try this recipe and 110% sure your family and love ones will like it.