Whew! The first week of Twinkle’s Pre-Kinder is just about over and all I can say is that it has been a bloody kind of a week. Bloody as in madugo as in nakakaloka mag-adjust! So I think it was just right that this Pork Dinuguan is what we had the beginning of the week.
Pork Dinuguan is one of peanutbutter♥‘s favorite ulam. I usually enjoy this paired with plain or cheesy puto Or on top of a bowl of rice with a sprinkling of rock salt. Yes, mas masarap sya with rock salt when in a rice bowl.
I prefer to cook this with a mixture of pork and beef but this time I only had pork. So this Pork Dinuguan is a mixture of pork belly, pork tenderloin, and pancreas. What I do is sauté all the pork meat in garlic and onions and simmer it in water until tender. Then I add the blood (coagulated and liquid) and simmer it again until it turns black. I prefer my Dinuguan to be a bit sour so I add about 3/4 to a cup of vinegar. That’s when I season it with fish sauce to taste.
How do you cook Dinuguan?
OTHER RECIPES YOU MIGHT LOVE…
- 300g pork liempo,cut into bite size pieces
- 300g pork lomoo, cut into bite size pieces
- 200g Pork lapay, cut into pieces
- 5 cups of pork blood, the coagulated blood,cut into bite size pieces
- 3 pieces chili peppers/ siling haba
- 2 cups water
- 1 cup white vinegar
- 1 large onion,chopped
- 6 cloves of garlic,minced
- 3 tbsp cooking oil
- patis (fish sauce) to taste
- In a pot, sauté garlic and onions in cooking oil until onions become translucent.
- Add meat and sauté with onions and garlic until brown. Pour in water and bring to a boil.
- Simmer until meat becomes tender.about 30 minutes.
- Pour in pig's blood and add chili peppers.
- Simmer for a few minutes until pork blood turns black. About 15 minutes.
- While it’s boiling, add the vinegar and let it boil for a minute before stirring to cook the vinegar.
- Season with fish sauce.
- Serve with steamed rice with a sprinkle of rock salt on top.OR serve with puto
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