This basic pork adobo recipe shows my own way of cooking pork adobo. It depicts how I make this dish using core ingredients. Note that this method might not be the same as the traditional way, but its result has always been good. Pork belly has been my go to cut when making basic pork […]
Oven Roasted Pork Belly is an awesome dish to make using liempo. It is crispy, crunchy, delicious, and easy to make. Check the video below to see how easy it is to make it. If that is not enough, the step by step recipe at the middle of this post will be able to guide […]
Roasted Pork Belly or Lechon Liempo is one of the dishes that we enjoyed during 2016 New Year’s eve dinner. I have lots of different version that I wanted to share with you, and I thought of starting with this simple foolproof Roasted Pork recipe. This Lechon Pork belly is cooked using the oven; it is […]
There are hundreds of ways to make sisig, and Grilled Liempo Sisig is just one of the ways. This delicious sisig version (which is very tasty, by the way) makes use of grilled pork belly. I am referring to the Filipino style inihaw na liempo which is an awesome dish by itself. Can you imagine […]
Sinigang na Liempo sa Sampaloc with Gabi is version of pork sinigang that makes use of fresh tamarind and pork belly. I love to have it with a condiment of fish sauce and chili along with a cup of warm steamed white rice, or 2 cups, perhaps. This recipe depicts the traditional method of cooking sinigang […]
Liempo Estofado is a sweet stew composed of pork belly (liempo), saba banana, and carrots. The components are cooked in mixture of soy sauce, vinegar, and sugar. This estofado recipe is a mild version similar to humba and adobo – this means that it is perfect with warm steamed white rice. Yum! Preparing liempo estofado […]
Sabado (Saturday) night is the best time of the week to unwind. It is the time to be with family and friends – to eat, drink, and be merry. Shrug-off all the stress that accumulated during the past week and prepare for new challenges ahead, recharged.
Whether you are throwing a big party or a simple private get together, it is important to always serve the best pulutan. So, what is the best pulutan? It all depends on you. It can as simple as adobong mani, or something fiery like spicy chicken feet. Some might like grilled squid and chicharon bulaklak.
If you will ask me, the best pulutan (sometimes called finger food, beer food, or appetizer) is always a combination of meat and seafood. For example: baked tahong and grilled liempo (inihaw na liempo). If I want to have the combination in one dish, I’ll make sinuglaw.
Let’s talk about grilled pork belly at the moment. In my opinion, grilled pork belly has always been the favorite pulutan. Why? Simply because it tastes great; it is easy to prepare; and it is readily available everywhere – you can even have it as a main dish.
Inihaw na Liempo or Grilled Pork Belly needs no introduction at all. The name of the dish already defines itself. This is one good food that I really like because of its simple preparation and magnificent taste.
I love eating liempo the “kamayan” way. I just make sure that my hands are all clean and that the suka (vinegar) and ensalada (salad) is within my reach.
Try this simple Inihaw na Liempo recipe.