All about pork belly recipes

Pork Belly Braised in Adobo Sauce

I’m always was fond of eating pork adobo for dinner, the scent of sourness and sweetness that caress your tongue, and the tenderness of the pork when cooked over a

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Sinigang na Baboy (Pork in Sour Broth)

Sinigang is a Filipino dish famous for the variety of ingredients one can use as well as for its taste. Though considered a soup, it is not eaten as is,

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Pancit Molo (Shrimp, Chicken and Pork Wonton Soup)

Pancit Molo Recipe is an adaptation of wonton soup, is a specialty of the town of Molo in Iloilo a well-known district in the province. Unlike other pancit, pancit molo

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LaPaz Batchoy (Pork Egg Noodle Soup)

Philippines has a variety of soups, among which is the La Paz Batchoy that originated in Iloilo. It is a noodle soup garnished with Pork innards, crushed Pork cracklings, vegetables,

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Kadios, Baboy, Lanka – KBL (Beans, pork, jackfruit)

he “Kadios” are black beans. If you’re not from Iloilo or the Visayas, you may not recognize this.  The “Langka” is jackfruit, raw and green, for the purpose of this

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Adobo Ilonggo (Chicken and Pork Adobo)

Ilonggo Adobo is so very popular in the Philippines that every home has the mastery of cooking such a dish. Adobo makes everyone eat so much rice. It is a

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Dinuguan with Puto (Pork dark soup with rice cake)

One Friday evening my friends and I decided to have dinner at Jologs at the Lucky Plaza. I find it to be a clean, cozy restaurant that serves food for

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Bopis (Diced Pork Lungs and Heart)

Bopis is originally a spicy Spanish dish adapted by Filipinos. Its main ingredients include pork lungs and heart sauteed in herbs and spices. Cooking time is around fifteen minutes so

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Crispy Pata (Crispy Pork Leg)

It’s just deep-fried pork leg, how can that be so hard to cook? Nothing difficult about cooking crispy pata. But one can have good crispy pata or terrible crispy pata.

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Sizzling Sisig (Sizzling Spicy Pork)

Sisig is a Kapampangan term that means “to snack on something sour”. It usually refers to fruits, often unripe or half-ripe, sometimes dipped in salt and vinegar. It also refers

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