Spicy Tausi Pork Spareribs

Spicy Tausi Pork Spareribs
Here is another version of Pork Spareribs Tausi. Spicy tausi pork spareribs is an adaptation of a popular Chinese spicy black bean spareribs. This version is somewhat dry compared to my pork spareribs with tausi recipe. Click here to see that post. The use of tausi or fermented black beans in Pinoy cuisine is probably introduce or adapted from the Chinese. I myself have been regularly using tausi on my recipe.

Cooking method is simple and straight forward. Ingredients are very minimal. It is basically the same method with braised meats recipe. First brown the spareribs then stew with the rest of ingredients in low to medium heat until most of the liquid has evaporated and start to render fat. Okey here is the recipe.


1 kilo pork spareribs, cut into serving pieces
1 small can tausi, drained and rinsed
2 thumb size ginger, grated
1/2 head garlic, minced
2-3 pcs. dried chili, chopped
1/4 cup tomato sauce
1/4 cup soy sauce
cooking oil

Cooking procedure:

In a in a sauce pan fry pork spareribs in batches until color changes to golden brown and start to sizzle. Remove from pan and keep aside. Discard excess oil leaving only enough to saut̩ garlic, ginger and onion. Now add in spareribs and continue to stir cook until for 1-2 minutes. Add in dried chili, soy sauce and tomato sauce stir cook for another 2-3 minutes. Add 4-6 cups of water, bring to a boil and simmer in low to medium heat for 1 Р1 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 most of the liquid has evaporated add in the other half can of the tausi, and sugar to taste, cook for another 2-3 minutes or until sauce is reduce to almost oily dry. Serve hot with rice.

See related dish with tausi recipe.
Beef and Ampalaya with Black Beans
Braised Chicken Feet
Paksiw na Tokwa't Baboy
Pork Spareribs Tausi
Cream Dory with Black Beans
Fish & Tofu with Tausi


  1. I just cooked it at masarap ang lasa.Pwede rin ba na huwag ng lagyan ng tausi? Kasi ganito po ung lutong hinahanap ko pero ung pinoy style.Yung lasa na walang chinese taste.Masarap din kaya? Nagpapasalamat din ako kasi yung mga na-try ko ng recipe galing sa iyo ay successful.Yung lasa ay kuhang-kuha ang mga lasa at timpla na gusto ko.

  2. I cooked it at masarap ang lasa.I want to know kung pwede bang huwag lagyan ng tausi? Kasi ganitong luto ang hinahanap ko pero walang chinese taste.Gusto ko kasi ung pinoy style.Masarap din kaya? Nagpapasalamat ako sa iyo,ung mga niluto kong recipe mo ay succesful at natutuwa ako kasi tamang-tama sa panlasa ko yung mga timpla.I guess pareho tayo ng taste ;)..

  3. Pwede de rin pong walang tausi...


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