Pork in Filipino Cuisine
Pork Adobo with Achuete by Eva Argenos
Sisig is parts of a pig’s head boiled, grilled, chopped, and served sizzling on a red-hot metal plate with onions, chilies, and vinegar.
“Super tender pork salpicao with chorizo slices and lots of garlic” by Mayette M. Garcia. Salpicao is usually beef. Here it is pork! 🙂
Featured Photo is Pork Steak bistek style by Mayette M. Garcia.
This is the pork version of the popular bistek (Filipino beefsteak).
Tidtad (Kapampangan Dinuguan). Photo taken by Angie Pastor at Apag Marangle. For
Photo by Kaycel Corral Crispy Pata on the left (Kare-Kare on the
Dinakdakan… Photo by voxmarc. This is an iconic dish of the Ilocano
Tokwa’t Baboy (Tofu & Pork) by Kaycel Corral. Recipe with more photos
Video by Mayette Garcia: How To Cook Pork Sinigang Ingredients: baby
Chinese in origin, the word liempo refers to pork belly. It is