Pork Spareribs With Tausi

Pork Spareribs With Tausi
Pork Spareribs with Tausi, have you wonder what is inside with that pork spareribs with tausi rice toppings at Chowking. I still remember when they were still starting. If I remember it right before Chowking there was Ling Nam, I still remember their outlet at the old Glorieta. During that time their food was far more better. I have to admit when ever the family eats out at Chowking we used to order beef or wanton mami and pork spareribs or braised beef rice toppings. At that time I was trying to recreate their pork spareribs with tausi and braised beef of course it was not exact duplicate but sometimes it was close enough, I am not a professional cook or a food expert I only did it for the reason that I want to please my kids. Today I wouldn’t even recommend eating at Chowking for some reason that their food has now tasted bland. There is no trace of Chinese cooking on their food, imagine eating boiled pansit canton disguised as guisado. Well I would admit that their halo-halo is good though.

I have forgotten exactly how that dish tasted but on this post I have recreated it for the reason that I really like pork spareribs with tausi and here is the recipe.


1 k. pork spareribs, cut into serving pieces
1 small can tausi, drained and rinsed
1 medium size carrot, coarsely sliced
1 red bell pepper, cut into strips
1 thumb size ginger, grated
1/2 head garlic, minced
1/4 c. tomato sauce
1/2 c. soy sauce
1/4 c. cornstarch
1/2 tsp. chili powder
1 pc. star anise
cooking oil

Pork Spareribs With Tausi - Cooking Procedure

Cooking procedure:

In a frying pan fry pork spareribs in batches until color changes to golden brown and start to sizzle. In a sauce pan, put the fried pork spareribs and add enough water to cover the meat. Add in garlic, ginger, soy sauce, sugar, tomato sauce and star anise. Bring to a boil and simmer in low heat for 1-2 hours or until meat is tender. Remove all scum that rises to the surface. Watch the liquid level and add water if necessary. Add in 1/2 can of the tausi halfway and when pork is tender ready and liquid is just below the meat, add in the other half can of the tausi, 1/2 tsp. chili powder, season with salt and sugar to taste. Add in carrots and simmer for another 1-2 minutes. Thicken sauce with cornstarch diluted in 1/2 cup of water. Now add in bell pepper and cook for another minute or so. Serve hot with rice.


  1. Bro, Chowking restaurants are not clean. I'm spreading this word to all who should make it their business to make sure customers are served clean food in a very clean environment.

  2. I also agree with what you said, Bettera Filippinos. Some ChowKing fast food branches are not clean.

  3. I don't thing that it's fair to say that "Chowing" is not clean. Yes there are some branches that are not as clean as the others, but we can say the same for jollibee, mc donalds, wendys, Max, Burger king and so on n so forth. In my opinion, its the franchiser's fault if they are not able to maintain the cleanliness of their restos. Instead of spreading the word that chowking is not clean, why not contact the manager or the specific branch or chowking main and report it there.

  4. The benefit of other readers the opinions are from the readers feedbacks. Overseas Pinoy Cooking only made its opinion on the Quality of their food.

  5. i recently read ur comment on chowking. i'm from bicol and i wld agree that some chowking branches are not clean.. we were served with food that wasnt agreeable to us..


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