Here's a piece of pigs bought. Don't even know an edge is or is closer to the loin. But never mind. Everything is fast and simple.
Cut the meat into portions along the ribs. Onions, ginger cut into small cubes. Peel the garlic and just mauled with a knife. Chilli peppers are cleaned from the seeds, try on the tongue (forgive me aesthetes) and finely cut. The amount depends on the sharpness.
Kettle with boiling water should be ready.
Heat vegetable and sesame oil in a pan and fry the pieces until Golden brown. We start with the fleshy part. Salt and pepper.
Fry on each side. Just a little crust. It is very easy to check. Take a piece and if it comes off the pan - turn over to the other side.
When the meat is fried, shift it into a bowl and put in a frying pan garlic, onion, ginger, pepper. Simmer for 5-7 minutes, stir, roast meat should mix with vegetables.
(When I looked at the photo, I realized that peanut roasted peanuts in the sauce had to be put. But it's late.)
Add tomato paste. All mix well. Simmer for 2 minutes.
Pour boiling water, stirring bring to a boil, try salt and pepper, add sugar. It'll be sour without sugar. I won't say the amount of water. You can always add it later. The sauce should almost cover the meat.
Give the sauce to boil for 5 minutes and put in a pan with sauce fried meat. Ribs down. The sauce rises and almost covers the meat.
Reduce the heat, cover the pan with a lid and simmer the meat for 40 minutes.
Check for readiness. Turn off the heat. Add a sprig of thyme (who loves), cover and leave for 10 minutes to cool.
This is done.
The perfect side dish boiled rice (How to cook does not say. It's a big secret.) Green onions, tomato. Pour the sauce over the rice. (I almost said gravy.)