Do you like tokwat baboy? what part of the pig do you use when you prepare the dish? Usually, pig’s ears and pork belly are used to make tokwat baboy. The meat is boiled or steamed until tender and then mixed with fried tofu along with the other ingredients. This Special Tokwat baboy recipe has […]
Tokwa at baboy
Tokwa’t Baboy is a dish composed of boiled pork (either or both pig’s ears and pork belly usually) and fried tofu. The sauce made of vinegar and soy sauce gives life to this dish. Generally, this is considered as an appetizer and a side dish. Most people like to have their Tokwa’t Baboy with beer or wine by the side while others love to have it with rice porridge such as Arroz Caldo, Goto, or a simple lugaw.
I personally like to have the sweetened version of the sauce. In order to achieve the taste, I just add a few tablespoons of sugar in the vinegar-soy sauce mixture. Also, I sometimes literally sip the sauce as if it is some kind of soup (It may sound weird but I know others who does the same too).
Try this Tokwa’t Baboy Recipe.