Country Style Coffee Pork Ribs by SATS

45 min


4 pax

FoodFlix, a brand accelerator by SATS, collaborates with F&B brands, hawkers and startups to bring quality products to your dining table through its culinary innovation and central kitchen capabilities. In this episode of Over To You, we explore how one simple coffee sauce recipe can be repurposed in different ways for any home cook!

SATS Executive Chef Matthew from SATS shares with us a tantalising Country Style Coffee Pork Rib recipe starring iconic local Zi Char brand, Keng Eng Kee Seafood’s Coffee Sauce.

About FoodFlix:
FoodFlix taps SATS’ capabilities, food technologies, and distribution network to help SMEs access new retail channels. Consumers are able to look forward to delicious food products in their nearby supermarkets and other retail channels. SATS believes in supporting local hawker and F&B brands to preserve each country’s unique food heritage by generating collective value to help them thrive in today’s evolving F&B landscape. Learn more:

About SATS:
SATS is Asia’s leading provider of food solutions and gateway services. Using innovative food technologies and resilient supply chains, we create tasty, quality food in sustainable ways for airlines, foodservice chains, retailers and institutions. With heartfelt service and advanced technology, we connect people, businesses and communities seamlessly through our comprehensive gateway services for customers such as airlines, cruise lines, freight forwarders, postal services and eCommerce companies.

Fulfilling our purpose to feed and connect communities, SATS delights customers in over 55 locations and 14 countries across the Asia Pacific, UK, and Middle East. SATS has been listed on the Singapore Exchange since May 2000. For more information, please visit

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200g Coffee sauce from KEK Seafood Recipe
500g Baby pork rib 
1tbsp salt 
1½ tsp sugar 
1½ tsp chicken powder 
¼tsp Baking soda 
1tsp Toasted sesame seed 
Cherry tomato salad 



Marinate the baby pork rib with salt, sugar, chicken powder and baking soda for at least 2 hours in the chiller/
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Steam baby pork rib for appro 1 hr, till tender.
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Remove baby pork rib from steamer.
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Dry the baby pork rib and coat 100g of coffee sauce on the baby pork rib.
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Pre heat oven to 220C and roast baby pork rib in the oven. 
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Glaze 100g coffee sauce over baby pork and roast in the oven for 5 mins.  
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Remove baby pork rib from the oven and glaze the balance of the sauce on the baby pork rib while is hot and allow it to cool. 
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Sprinkle toasted sesame seed on the baby pork rib and serve with tomato salad. 
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