Mexican pork ribs in red sauce to enjoy during Posadas or any party with your family. These pork ribs in salsa roja are as spicy as you prefer.
We are about to start with the Posadas, this year we will celebrate at least one here, but we hope to go to several in Mexico, with my family and friends who i miss so much.
Can you imagine a Mexican posada in USA? Well if there are and can be very similar to those of Mexico, well it depends on each host, but most of those I have known respect the traditions and for dinner they offer typical Mexican food, without missing a rich punch and piñata.
I love posadas and I try to have my children live them as closely as Mexico and since most of my friends and those around me are Mexicans, we do not struggle to put the party together big, we all have some sauce to share and despite being from the same country , many times we get a rich surprise with some dishes that we don’t know.
At the posadas, we sing, we pray, we eat, we break the piñata and we even dance. I try to always carry a different Mexican recipe, this time I will wear these pork ribs in red sauce, which my mom prepares to offer apart from the tamales; but I prepared them using homemade red sauce HERDEZ® Mild Homemade Sauce, for my family and passed the test! Everyone liked it, the best thing is that it is practical, I share it and I hope you enjoy it.
Mexican Pork Ribs in Red Sauce
1 pound 1/2 kg pork ribs
1 HERDEZ® Mild Homemade Sauce
1/2 onion, cracked
2 sprigs chopped coriander
3 cups water
Season the pork ribs with garlic powder, salt and pepper. If the pieces are too big, we can break them into smaller pieces.
Heat oil in a frying pan and fry the pork ribs, lower the heat.
Add the water and cover until the ribs are cooked, (we can check from time to time so they don’t run out of water).
Cook for about an hour or until the meat is soft.
In another frying pan heat a few drops of oil and fry the onion in slices, until translucid.
Add the sauce and coriander, turn off when it boils.
When the meat is soft, add the sauce and let it boil everything together for a minute.
We shut down and serve. We can accompany with rice, beans and tortillas.
I assure you, your guests are going to suck their fingers, like my family!