22 responses

  1. cynthia
    June 1, 2010

    Look so Yummy!!! Thank’s for another good recipe…

    • charlyn
      January 10, 2014

      can I use banana ketchup instead of tomato sauce?

      • Vanjo Merano
        January 10, 2014

        No. Sorry.

  2. cynthia
    June 4, 2010

    hello weng,

    I try this recipe using beef and OK naman siya… hindi kasi kumakain ng pork ang mom ko. and I used the quail eggs instead of a chicken egg at syempre mas nag enjoy ako kasi I love quail eggs…

    • joan
      March 7, 2011

      mas ok tlg pg beef my lola used beef instead of pork and if she uses pork she add hotdog to make it flavorful and more delicious…

  3. Nova
    June 14, 2010

    WOW.. i tried this using beef ground instead of pork and ketchup instead of tomato paste…turns out very good…

  4. John
    June 21, 2010

    Can I use ground turkey instead with the beef or pork cube? Trying to see if there is a way to reduce the fat content by using ground turkey. Thanks again for another great recipe!

    • Panlasang Pinoy
      June 21, 2010

      Sure John, less fat is better. Personally, I would use chicken instead since turkey tastes a little bland. That is just me; try whatever satisfies you. Hope this helps.

  5. rowena
    January 23, 2011

    I cooked pork giniling before but when i saw your recipe with added hard boiled egg. I also put egg everytime I cook this pork giniling and very attractive to my kids….thanks kuya…..

  6. Jannel
    June 9, 2011

    I’m newly married and I’m now learning how to cook for me and my hubby. It’s tough because both my mom and his are really good cooks. Your site is great and has helped me a lot. It has the most reliable and easy to understand recipes, and the taste of the food is truly pinoy. Cooked this recipe tonight, using lean ground beef, with peas, and without the eggs (not used to eating it with giniling, maybe someday). My hubby loved it!!! Although he was looking for the raisins. Thanks a lot for sharing your recipes. They’re invaluable to someone like me! :)

  7. Van
    July 6, 2011

    Thank you for sharing this recipe…my family loves this one!!! Yum yum..thanks again! God bless :-)

  8. nelly
    August 18, 2011

    I will try to make this recipe tomorrow coz its looks great taste!!yum yum!!thank u so much!!!!

  9. Yasmin
    August 30, 2011

    You rock! I have tried a lot of your recipes and they’re awesome. Thanks!

  10. krys
    September 23, 2011


    i’m a disaster at cooking. my family actually dreads it whenever I attempt to. haha but after watching your videos, I feel like maybe I should try again. thanks. :)

    just a suggestion though, is it possible for you to make a classification for your recipes in terms of difficulty? like, recipes recommended for newbies, intermediate, advance, etc? it would really make it easier for me (and for other cooking dummies as well) to know which recipes to practice on first. Asking lang naman, hindi naman nagde-demand. 😛

    Great site, thanks. :)

  11. Ann
    September 26, 2011

    Salamt kuya! Really appreciate everything that you do! :)

  12. ian
    October 13, 2011

    It’s good but it could have been better if the exact measurement of salt and pepper is shown or specified.

  13. kimbaps
    November 13, 2011

    I just cooked this today! And it is so gooood!! I wanted to upload photo of mine but this Gravatar thingyy is giving me a hard time how. Ugh! Anyways, my family loved it! Especially I’m a first time cooker:)

  14. Suzie
    February 15, 2012

    This is one of my go-to recipes and instead of using tomato sauce and pork/ meat cubes, I usually use spaghetti sauce and some tomato ketchup. Haven’t tried adding some eggs.

    Thanks for sharing!

  15. lawrence
    January 18, 2014

    Thanks Chef Vanjo!!! I learned a lot from your recipes….More power to you and more recipes to come! :)))

  16. cindy
    April 9, 2015

    thank you for sharing your recipes po.. i love your pork giniling.. nag.add lang ako ng green peas coz i love it!!

  17. cheryl
    July 15, 2015

    its very helpful…tnx for da recipe.love it!:-)

  18. Andrea Latimer
    September 2, 2015

    I am now just 4 mos of stay here in the US and newly married to my American hubby. I am not really a good cook but willing to learn!😄 I came across with this awesome recipe and my hubby loved it. Continue doing a great job, it really helps a newbie cook like me. Thank you very much mabuhay ang pinoy😄

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