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Filipino Pork Binagoongan

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Pork in shrimp paste is the best translation for this recipe. Tenderized pork is cooked in shrimp paste to enrich the flavor then garnished with chili to add some kick. This is considered as Filipino a main dish and is often eaten with lots of rice.
Ingredients
  Dry bay leaf 5
  Whole peppercorn 1 Tablespoon
  Pork 2 Pound, cubed
  Garlic 1 Tablespoon, minced
  Vinegar 5 Tablespoon
  Onion 1 Cup (16 tbs), chopped
  Tomato 1 Cup (16 tbs), chopped
  Chili 1 , sliced (Banana Pepper, Jalapeno / Long Chili Pepper)
  Shrimp paste 1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
  Dried bay leaves 5
  Pepper corn 1 Tablespoon
  Water 24 Ounce
  Salt To Taste
  Pepper To Taste
Directions

1. In a pot, pour-in the water and bring to a boil

2. Put-in the pork, vinegar, and dried bay leaves and simmer for 35 minutes or until meat is tender

3. Remove the meat from the pot separating it from the liquid and other ingredients. set aside

4. In a separate pan, saute the garlic, onion, tomato

5. Add the shrimp paste and simmer for 5 minutes (more time is needed for raw shrimp paste)

6. Put the pork in and cook for 7 minutes. Be sure to mix all the ingredients well

7. Add the chili and simmer for 3 minutes

8. Add salt and pepper to taste

9. Serve hot. Share and Enjoy!
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Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
Asian
Course: 
Main Dish
Taste: 
Spicy
Method: 
Simmering
Ingredient: 
Pork
Servings: 
4
Subtitle: 
Filipino Pork in Shrimp Paste
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2 Comments

Anonymous's picture
Good and simple. The only thing is please remove the background music because we can hardly hear the steps from all the loud music.
Hector Florendo's picture
True nga simple but very good indeed!