pork ribs in red Chile sauce

3 lbs pork ribs cut in chunks (pork butt works great too)
1 small onion
3 garlic garlic cloves
8 Chile guajillo or New Mexico for a spicier dish add 5 Chile de arbol
1/4 tsp cumin
1 tsp ground oregano
Salt and pepper to taste (I use kosher salt)
Put pork in a pan drizzled with oil. Add salt and pepper. Sear the pork until nice and golden brown. Take the chiles and put them on a Comal keep turning them until they change a slight brownish color. Be sure not to burn them or they will become bitter. Once Chiles are ready put in a blender seeds and all no stems with 3.5 cups of very hot water. Add, oregano and cumin, garlic and onion. Blend until you have a nice red sauce. You can boil your Chile’s if you prefer. Take a strainer and strain the sauce so that you have a smooth sauce that’s free of seeds. Pour over the pork add a Little more water if need be and simmer until pork is tender and can be cut with a fork. Add your cooked nopales and simmer 10 minutes and done! Make sure to season to your liking…