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Humba, Pork Adobo, Sisig, Pork Tinuktok, Menudo, Paksiw na Pata, Embutido, Lechon, Binagoongang Baboy, Bicol Express, Fiesta Ham, Crispy Pata, Tocino, Skinless Longanisa, Patatim, Pork Sinigang, Filipino Barbecue, Pork Asado, Bagnet, Pork Hardinera, Breaded Porkchop, Nilagang Baboy, Chicharon Liempo, Dinakdakan, Chicharon Bulaklak, Pork Guizo, Steamed Meatloaf, Kadyos, Baboy, Langka

Hey there! Welcome to this Filipino pork recipes page, where I'll be sharing some popular dishes like Adobo, Asado, and Lechon. Now, let's dive into the deliciousness!

First things first, it's important to note that each family has its own unique way of making these dishes. So, I'll be sharing with you the tried-and-tested methods that have been passed down in my family over the years. Get ready for some mouthwatering goodness!

When it comes to the cut of meat, it's really up to you and your preferences. If you're looking for a leaner option, you can go for a cut with a higher lean to fat ratio, like around 93/7. Sure, it might be a bit pricier, but it's a healthier choice. Just keep in mind that using lean cuts might result in slightly less flavor. But fear not, because we'll make up for it with the seasonings and cooking techniques!

Now, there are some recipes that specifically call for either fatty or lean cuts of meat. For example, if you're planning to make the glorious Lechon Kawali, no other option but the pork belly. This cut has just the right amount of fat to keep the meat juicy and tender. Trust me, you don't want it to dry out! On the other hand, dishes like Pork Bistek are better with lean cuts of meat to keep things light and flavorful.

So, whether you're craving the tangy goodness of Adobo, the savory sweetness of Asado, or the crispy perfection of Lechon, get ready to indulge in some fantastic Filipino pork dishes. Remember, there's no right or wrong way to enjoy these recipes. It's all about personal taste and the joy of savoring the flavors that bring us closer to our roots.

So grab your apron, gather your ingredients, and let's get cooking!

Lechon Paksiw

Lechon Paksiw
Roasted or Fried Pork Cooked in Vinegar, Sugar and Lechon Sauce.

Chicharon Bulaklak
Crispy Fried Chitterlings(Pork Intestine) recipe by Ariel J.

Sweet Cured Breakfast Pork Slices

Steamed Meatloaf
Steamed Ground Pork with Tomato Sauce and Cheese Topping - recipe by Ariel J.

Ham Hock in Sweet Gravy with Vegetables - recipe by Ariel J.

Pork Bistek
Pork Steak Cooked in Lemon and Soy Sauce

Pork Tinuktok
Ground Pork in Taro Leaves Cooked in Coconut Cream(recipe by Ariel J.)

Grilled Pork with Pig's Brains(recipe by Ariel J.)

Giniling Guisado
Ground Pork in Tomato Sauce with Potatoes, Carrots and Bell Peppers

Cubed Pork Stewed in Vinegar, Pig's Blood and Chili Peppers

Tortang Giniling
Ground Meat Omelet Patty

Skinless Longanisa
Sweet Cured, No-casing Breakfast Sausage

Pork Adobo
Pork stewed in vinegar, soy sauce and garlic.

Lechon Kawali (Lechon en Carajay)
Deep-Fried Pork Belly

Fiesta Ham
Ham with Pineapple Glaze

Breaded Pork chop
Fried Pork chop with Breading.

Filipino Style Barbecue
Skewered and Grilled Pork

Binagoongang Baboy
Pork stewed in vinegar and soy sauce, with chili peppers and shrimp paste.

Pork Hardinera
Pork Dish, a Cross between Menudo and Embutido(recipe by Ariel J.)

Pig's ears, cheeks and snout mixed with chili, onion and lemon juice.

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