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LECHON PAKSIW

These Heat-and-Eat Kare-Kare, Lechon Paksiw, And Bistek Are Now Available In The Grocery

These microwaveable ulam packs deserve a spot in your freezer!
When you’re too busy or feeling too lazy to cook but don’t want to keep ordering in, you can always turn to frozen food packs. On your next grocery run, look for Purefoods’ heat-and-eat ulam packs and make sure to add it to ...

Make An Easy Lechon Paksiw With This Surprising Ingredient

You just need a bottle of this to make your paksiw taste delicious!
Lechon paksiw may not be as common as you think. Few households often have leftover lechon or even leftover lechon kawali. The Pinoy's appetite for pork is legendary, and we really do love our pork. That whole pig on a spit at almost every gathering and ...

WATCH: We Added A Secret Ingredient In This Delicious Lechon Paksiw Recipe

You'll never guess the ingredient that perfectly complements the pork.
Lechon is notorious for being the first food at any buffet table to run out. However, there are times when even the most ravenous of partygoers cannot consume the entire pig. Whenever this happens, it's almost a guarantee that a classic lechon paksiw dish will be on the menu the next ...

WATCH: How to Make Lechon Paksiw

Turn leftover lechon pork into sweet and tangy lechon paksiw!
Simmer extra pork from Filipino-favorite lechon in leftover lechon sauce, tangy vinegar, and black peppercorns to make lechon paksiw.2 tablespoons canola oil2 tablespoons white onion, chopped4 pieces garlic, peeled and crushed1/2 tablespoon ginger, sliced1 piece laurel leaf1/2 tablespoon peppercorns2 tablespoons vinegar500 g ...

Lechon Paksiw Recipe

Make a sweet lechon paksiw with your leftover roast pork!
Filipinos love to indulge in lechon, or a whole roasted pig. However, there is always a bit of the lechon leftover, no matter how big a gather you have. For many, they get smart and use leftovers from the lechon to turn any extra pork leftovers into ...
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