Pork ribs in the stew are a tasty dish, usually appreciated by all, which goes well with a side of beans. Bring them to the table thanks to this easy recipe.
Soak the beans in cold water from the night before, drain and boil them al dente in abundant lightly salted water with bay leaf.
Peel and chop the onion and fry it in a pan with a little oil; put the sauté on a plate and keep it aside.
Brown the ribs in the same pan, turning them a couple of times so that they take a uniform color; add the fried and stir again. Add the tomato puree, salt and cook over low heat for 40-45 minutes, wetting with some bean broth if the sauce dries. Add also the beans and sage leaves and continue cooking for another half an hour; season with a sprinkling of chopped rosemary, and serve.