Pocherong Baka or Beef Pochero is a type of Filipino beef stew that includes ingredients such as Chorizo de Bilbao, chickpea, long green beans, cabbage, plantains, and bok choy. It is one of the tastiest beef stews around. This dish is best enjoyed with a cup of warm rice. This recipe should be easy to […]
This is a soupy version of pork pochero. If you remember, the latest pochero recipe that we had is more like a stew. It had less liquid, but it was very tasty and the meat was perfectly tender. I thought of making a soupy version because I was craving for this for the longest time. […]
I love kare-kare and pochero. I like the ox tripe in kare-kare and I thought that it is be a good match with beef especially when cooked pochero style. I wanted the tripe and beef simmered until both gets really tender. That is something like this pochero dish that I made for you; the tripe […]
Pata Pochero is a soup dish composed of cut pork legs or pork hocks, potatoes, ripe saba banana (plantains), Calabaza squash (kalabasa), and bok choy (pechay). This simple soup recipe is very comforting. You can enjoy pochero during lunch or dinner. The key to making a perfect pata pochero has something to do with the […]
Pochero or Puchero is a well-loved Filipino stew. I know that you are familiar with this dish after we featured two variations: Beef Pochero and Chicken Pochero.
To complete our Pochero series, I thought of sharing this Pork Pochero recipe. This pretty much uses the same ingredients. However, there are some differences in the way the ingredients are prepared. Since we now have three recipe variations, it will make more sense if different options in preparation are presented. For example: this recipe does not require plantains to be fried while the previous recipes do.
Chicken Pochero is a type of stew composed of chicken, sausage, vegetables, plantains, and tomatoes. The harmonious collaboration of different flavors makes this dish extra special.
I love to have this stew during cold seasons. Sipping the hot soup makes me feel warm and comfortable, while the indulging tastes makes my day complete.
This recipe is not very different from the Beef Pochero that we previously featured. Instead of using Chorizo de Bilbao, I opted for Chinese sausage. I also used plantains, instead of “Saging na Saba”.
Try this Chicken Pochero Recipe and let me know what you think.
Beef Pochero is a Filipino Stew similar to that of “Nilaga” (commonly known as boiled beef). This dish is complimented by the sweetness of the “Saba” (Cavendish banana) and a unique sour blend is brought-in by the tomato sauce. A very enticing dish that is worth craving for, Beef Pochero brings-out the delightful taste of our Spanish influence.
Try this Beef Pochero recipe.