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Dinuguan at puto is considered as a good meal combination for most Filipinos. This refers to pork blood stew and steamed rice cake. The pork is sauteed in garlic and onions. Water, vinegar, and pork blood are added and then cooked until it becomes nice and thick. It is best eaten by dipping (or scooping) the blood stew using steamed rice cake (or what is called puto in Filipino) and eating both together.
I cooked the dinuguan using my trusted recipe. I have been using this for quite a while and it always give good results. Check out this link for my tried and tested dinuguan recipe.
There are many way to make steamed rice cake. I used my cheese puto recipe to make the ones that you see in the picture. You can see my cheese puto recipe using this link.
There are many ways to make dinuguan. The basic way is to follow the recipe link that I provided above. You can also cook this with pig innards. This is known in Filipino as Dinuguang lamang loob. One will need an acquired taste to appreciate this dish, but it can be fun once you have developed your taste.
Here are the different dinuguan videos that I have featured throughout the years:
Dinuguang lamang loob
Dinuguan sa gata
Here is the video on how to Make Buttered Puto: