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”. […]
Steamed Okra and Bagoong is a very simple Filipino appetizer consisting of okra and shrimp paste. This can also be considered as a main dish. Okra is steamed, blanched, and then served with shrimp paste. This is eaten by dipping the vegetable on the shrimp paste to add flavor. I tried eating boiled okra before […]
Sautéed Shrimp Paste or Bagoong Guisado are fermented small shrimps (called alamang) that were sautéed with garlic, onion, tomato, and pork. This can be considered either as a dish or as a condiment.
There are many Filipino dishes that depend on shrimp paste for flavor. Kare-kare and Pork Binagoongan (binagoongang baboy) are just a few of them.
As a stand alone dish, Bagoong Guisado can be simply eaten with steamed rice. Do you like Bagoong Fried Rice? You can make one by checking-out the garlic fried rice recipe; try adding 1/4 cup of Bagoong Guisado to the recipe. I will publish a separate recipe post, soon.
Try this Bagoong Guisado recipe and send us your feedback.