Category: Pork

Paksiw na Pata with Pineapple and Mushrooms

Paksiw na Pata with Pineapple and Mushrooms

This is not your usual paksiw na pata. In order to add more flavor and make it even more delicious, a little twist was made. The combination of mushrooms, pineapple and pork will make you ask for it even more. Adding some fresh chili to give a bit of a spicy kick. Here’s how to cook Paksiw na Pata with


Honey Garlic Pork Chops

Honey Garlic Pork Chops

Honey and garlic are two amazing combo in making your pork chops as delicious as you want it. This Honey Garlic Pork Chops is very simple and less stressful to prepare. You can have your delish pork chops in minutes. Perfect for our fast pace life. Here’s how to cook Honey Garlic Pork Chops: Ingredients: 2 large cut Pork Chops


Fried Rice

Fried Rice

The holidays have passed and you’ve got too many food leftovers. This fried rice recipe is what you need to know to make use of your rice or ham leftovers. Very easy and will give your rice a whole lot taste and flavor. And nothing will go to waste. Here’s how to cook Fried Rice: Ingredients: 1 cup Cooked Ham


Pork Menudo

Pork Menudo

Here’s another popular pork recipe that you might want to know how to cook. The process is actually less complicated as you might think. Whatever special occasion you are preparing for, Pork Menudo is one great dish to serve. No ifs and buts, just awesomely delicious. Here’s how to cook Pork Menudo: Ingredients: 600g Pork (Menudo Cut) 100 grams Pork


Pork Embutido

Pork Embutido

You can now make your own special dish at home. Making pork embutido is just easy. It may require quite a number of ingredients but it’s all worth it. Your family can enjoy this delicious dish any time they want. Here’s how to cook Embutido: Ingredients: 500g Ground Pork 1 large sized Carrots (finely diced) 2 Bell Peppers (red and


Adobong Sitaw with Pineapple

Adobong Sitaw with Pineapple

Bring your adobong sitaw to the next level by adding pineapples in it. This Adobong Sitaw with Pineapple is what you want if you want something “soury” and sweet at the same time. The combination of pork, vinegar and pineapple will make you drool. Kids will even love this dish for sure. Here’s how to cook Adobong Sitaw with Pineapple: