INFOGRAPHIC: Pinoy Pork Favorites

Are these pork dishes your favorites, too?

It's obvious that Filipinos absolutely love cooking with pork. There's a reason why these recipes are so well-loved: they're just plain good! 

 


 

1 Liempo 

Juicy pork belly is great any way you have it: slow-roasted into a caramelized chunk of meat, grilled over smoky charcoal, or fried to a crisp. 

 

2 Bagnet

This Ilocano deep-fried pork belly dish is a clear favorite. To make sure that the meat is tender, the pork is slowly boiled in water before frying. 

 

3 Pork Barbecue

Pinoy parties are incomplete without pork barbecue. It is both sweet and smoky—adjust the seasoning to your liking! 

 

4 Crispy Pata

The secret to getting that perfectly crispy skin? Dry the pork completely after boiling. Read these tips to learn how to make an award-winning crispy pata. 

 

5 Lechon

Filipinos are known to make amazing roast pigs. It really is a treat to be able to pig out on a whole slow-roasted pig with lightly crisp skin and fork-tender meat. Don't forget the sarsa sauce

 

6 Chicharon

This one is pretty straight up—deep-fried pork skin maybe on the sinful side of the food pyramid, but these crunchy bites are just oh-so-good! 

 

7 Longganisa

Meaty, super tasty, and toasty: talk about the perfect breakfast! 

 

8 Lumpia

Fried lumpia is one of our favorite make-ahead, freezer-friendly meals

 

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These Filipino native delicacies, or kakanin, usually show up on our kitchen tables for merienda or dessert. Learn how to make your favorites!

  

 

 

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