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    Monday, December 10, 2012

    Lugaw, Tokwa't Baboy

    Lugaw, tokwa't baboy is a popular dish in Luzon region of Philippines. I love this dish specially during rainy season, helps you stay warm :)

    1.5 cups rice
    1 clove garlic ( minced and toasted)
    1/4 cup ginger stips
    3 stalks spring onions
    salt and pepper to taste
    fish sauce( patis=optional)
    1 cup fried tokwa ( diced) "tokwa"
    1 cup pork's ear (strips) "baboy"
    1 litre of water
    ground pepper



    Procedure for Lugaw:
    1.  Saute the ginger until brownish then add the rice and saute it together with fish sauce, salt and pepper

    2. Add the water, then cover ( stirring constantly so that the rice will not stick at the bottom of the pot).
    3. Continue simmering until the rice is so tender making the porridge thick in texture.
    4. Serve it hot with tokwa't baboy,  spring onion, ground pepper and toasted garlic.

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    1. Hmm, tokwa't baboy. This is nice with lots of chilis, yum!


    Item Reviewed: Lugaw, Tokwa't Baboy Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Mely
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