Higadillo is a FIlipino dish of pork and liver slowly simmered on vinegar, lechon sauce and soy sauce with lots of garlic giving a sweet, sour and savoury flavour.
Have you ever tried Higadillo? If not, you need to specially if you love Lechon Paksiw, Adobo and Igado, it’s a wonderful concoction of these three dishes where all of its best qualities are represented. Pork and liver are slowly simmered on vinegar, lechon sauce and soy sauce with lots of garlic giving a sweet, sour and savoury flavour. The name came from the same name where Igado came from, Higado, a Spanish word for liver.
This dish is not really popular hence there are no written account of its history. I only heard of this a couple of years ago through an Ilocano friend so I assume it’s of Ilocano origin like Igado but in case I am wrong and you know how this all began please let us know by commenting below.