Sweet and sour is always a perfect combination when it comes to food in general. This delicious dish is surprisingly simple and easy to make. No deep-frying needed. It was one of my favorite comfort foods when I was a child. I couldn’t stop once I started eating it and always licked the bowl at the end. Now I am a mom of two boys. It’s my turn to make this dish memorable for my kids. They love it! If you try it, you will definitely want to make it again the next day!
Most American grocery stores don’t cut the pork ribs across the bones which is the baby back ribs, like the video showed above. In most Asian markets, they either cut it across the bones or into pieces that are ready to cook. Cutting into pieces is easier for stir-fry. When choosing the pork ribs, I usually pick the skinny bones. It not only quickly absorbs the flavors from the sauce, but also shortens cooking time for the ribs to be tender.