Paksiw na Pata Recipe

Sweet yet tangy, this pork dish tastes like a sweet version of adobong baboy!

IMAGE Stephanie Cueva

A paksiw is a common Filipino way of cooking that involves the use of vinegar. The vinegar is used to cook and flavor the meat, resulting in a delicious tangy dish. For this version of the paksiw, it's a saucy paksiw where the sauce is created by simmering pork parts that have gelatin to create a silky yet thickened sauce. In this case, the pata or the pork leg is the preferred choice. The finished dish is flavorful as it is tender and hearty. 

 
Photo by Stephanie Cueva
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Prep Time
30 mins 
Cooking Time
1 hr 30 mins 
Ready In
1 hr 50 mins 
Yield
6
Cuisine
Filipino
Cooking Method
Braise

Paksiw na Pata Ingredients

How to cook Paksiw na Pata

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