Tagged: Pork

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Higadillo

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...

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Lechon Sisig

Next time you will have a lechon before you start serving it to your guests, set aside the head and the legs as this is the best part to use on our recipe today, anyways very few people get these parts on parties as it makes a lot of mess...

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Adobong Tarlac

Nearly 2 years ago I posted an article about the many varieties of Adobo, I thought I would not discover any other adobo dish anymore but I was wrong in fact there are a lot more to discover and our post today is one of them. Adobong Tarlac is a...

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Tinumis sa Sampaloc

In most parts of the Philippines there is dinuguan, in Nueva Ecija and Bulacan there is Tinumis. Tinumis is a dish prepared with cubed pork pieces sautéed in garlic, ginger, onions and tomatoes cooked with a souring agent like kamias, tamarind, tamarind flower and/or tamarind leaves, most of the time...

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Shredded Pork with Mixed Vegetables

One of the fastest way to cook your stir fries is to make sure your ingredients are thinly sliced specially the meats, doing it this way makes your meat cook faster eventually making the whole cooking time lesser, but it has a down side because usually this suffers in preparation,...

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New Orleans Backbone Stew

I think I have been watching a lot of old series of Anthony Bourdains No Reservations, I listed a lot of dishes in there that I soon would either try or cook, the list is growing now but I manage to made some of it already. His love for pork...

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39 Ways to Cook Sinigang

Sinigang is a sour soup dish from the Philippines usually prepared with meats like pork, beef, shrimps, fish and chicken served with vegetables like kangkong, okra, eggplant, tomato, onion and sting beans then is usually accompanied with either radish and/or taro. There are many ways to make it sour and...

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Bellychon

Bellychon for me is the Pinoy version of the Porcetta, it is also the modern version of the traditional lechon where instead of a whole pig is roasted only its belly is used on this dish, with this method its now easy to make your own lechon at home all...

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Ham and Bean Soup

Its March now and you still have that leftover ham lying on your freezer since end of December, do yourself a favour and make meaningful use of it like me. We got given this big ham last Christmas and it was so big it was served twice in a big...

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Bifana Sandwich

You might have heard of the Macanese Pork Chop Buns but have you met its older brother the Bifana Sandwich? Macanese Pork Chop Buns came from the Portuguese and if you had tried them you might be able to see the resemblance with our post today as they came from...