Make a festive feast with a Thai twist with this recipe of Leng Saap Moo

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Leng Saap Moo features pork spine, also known as pork loin back ribs. In Mandarin, these ribs are known as long gu, which translates to dragon ribs. ST PHOTO: HEDY KHOO
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SINGAPORE - Welcome the Year of the Pig with a show-stopping centrepiece of Leng Saap Moo, a delectable Thai dish of pork spine ribs.

This visually arresting platter of stacked ribs covered in a cascade of coriander soup will get your family in the mood for festive feasting.

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