WATCH: This Pork Pata Recipe Is The Perfect Combo of Sweet and Savory

This pata recipe is delicious! It marries sweet and savory all in one bite.

This tender pork pata recipe marries sweet and savory wonderfully to create a dish that's bursting with flavor. The sweetness from the sugar and the sourness from the vinegar creates a delicious and interesting contrast. You also get a combo of salty soy sauce, the zing of a lot of garlic, and the meatiness of the pork.

Here's the recipe!

This is the sweet-style adobo recipe your sweet tooth will crave!

Curious to try other variants of this delicious dish? Check these out:

Chicken Humba Recipe

A chicken variant that lets you cook an entire whole chicken in the flavorful sauce. It's an easy, one-pot meal that you can count on to be bursting with flavor. 

This version of Pinoy humba uses chicken as the main protein.

Davao Humba Recipe 

A whole leg of pork is used in this fiesta-worthy dish from Mindanao. Just as flavorful as the others, it makes for a stunning centerpiece for any occasion. 

A popular dish served during fiestas and special occasions, humba is a stew of pork knuckles, aromatics, herbs, vinegar, and soy.

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