Crispy Pork Belly Roast »

Crispy Pork Belly Roast

This is one of the reasons why I will not become vegetarian. That’s why I love  lechon, lechon kawali and bagnet. This crispy roasted pork belly is essentially the same but easier to make. No deep frying involve- I don’t like deep-frying not because of any health reasons, in fact, I love deep-fried food but [...]

Kare-Kare (Pork) »

Kare-Kare (Pork)

I’m so happy, I can make kare-kare now! Yay! :) Kare-kare is an ox tail stew with peanut butter to add richness and flavor to the sauce. It’s a popular Filipino specialty dish from Pampanga, you see this in menus of Filipino restaurants served in a clay pot (palayok) …it so delicious! A lot of [...]

Beer Marinated Pork Steak and Cheddar »

Beer Marinated Pork Steak and Cheddar

I’m one of many people who can’t resist the sight of melted cheese over something; for me, cheese makes everything more delicious that’s why I love pasta and pizza so much because of the cheese! :) For a meat lover, cheese-person like me out there, this is a must-try recipe. This grilled pork steak with [...]

Chinese-Style Spareribs »

Chinese-Style Spareribs

I found this recipe from my old Turbo Broiler’s instruction manual and cookbook. I didn’t know that I still have this and was surprised to find it while cleaning out one of my cabinets. It’s about time I give at least one of the recipes a try and this spareribs appealed to me. It was [...]

Huli-Huli Pork Steak »

Huli-Huli Pork Steak

HULI-HULI means “turn-turn” referring to the method of cooking for this popular Hawaiian barbecue dish, it’s typically made with chicken. The recipe below is pork version, I used pork steak and cooked it over stove-top grill. The first time I tried this recipe, I used pork ribs; but instead of marinating it overnight, I braised [...]

Sangria Pork Stew »

Sangria Pork Stew

We received a few bottles of red wine as gifts last Christmas and since I cannot drink anything with alcohol content above 4 % I decided to just use it for cooking- stews and gravies mostly. I’d like to share this super delicious and simple pork stew that I cooked in red wine. This dish was [...]

Lechon Paksiw »

Lechon Paksiw

Paksiw is a dish cooked in vinegar and Lechon is a whole pig slow-roasted (with frequent basting) in a bamboo skewer over charcoal for several hours – the result is  succulent, tender meat and crispy skin–really mouthwatering-delicious! Oh my, I’m drooling!! :P Lechon is a staple on special occasions and during Holiday season; this dish, [...]

Meatballs Sandwich »

Meatballs Sandwich

Like most sandwiches, this is a cinch to prepare if you already have the following: hoagie or sub rolls, marinara sauce and meatballs, all home made in advance or store-bought, but.. It’s just as easy if you do it all from scratch in less than an hour (except for the bread, just buy good quality [...]

Pulled Pork (Slow-Cooked) »

Pulled Pork (Slow-Cooked)

This is the recipe that I always use for making pulled pork, it’s hassle-free, I just put everything in the crockpot and it takes care of itself, which means free or extra time for me to do other things ü.  Set your alarm if your slow-cooker doesn’t have a timer (like mine’s) so you won’t [...]

Pork Milanese (Italian Breaded Pork) »

Pork Milanese (Italian Breaded Pork)

Another breaded pork recipe, this time it’s Italian..Ole!! :D It’s basically the same with the tonkatsu and schnitzel (German breaded pork ), the addition of oregano and nutmeg makes it Italian (I guess..)   A squeeze of lemon is just what it needs but you can serve it with any sauce/gravy that you like by [...]


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