Binagoongang Baboy or Pork in Shrim Paste is a Filipino Pork dish that is perfect to eat with lots and lots of white rice. the name of this dish literally means pork in shrim paste or pork cooked with shrimp paste. “Bagoong” is a Filipino (Tagalog) term for Shrimp paste, while pork is called “baboy”. […]
We Filipinos are known for our positive values, hospitality, being hard-working, and our ability to face whatever challenges that life brings – with a smile in our face. On top of that, we are also known to have a great passion for food – to the point of considering eating as a hobby.
Of course, the last statement does not apply to all; although it covers the majority.
Let’s talk about food, our favorite Filipino Foods.
What are your comfort foods? What are the foods that you find irresistible?
By the way, we are also known for being shy and quiet. I think that I should start the conversation by posting my food list first as an ice breaker, then you’ll follow by sending-in your comments.
How does that sound? Alright, here it goes…
Pork in shrimp paste is the best translation for this recipe. Tenderized pork is cooked in shrimp paste to enrich the flavor then garnished with chili to add some kick. This is considered as Filipino a main dish and is often eaten with lots of rice.