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    Monday, August 18, 2014

    Easy Pork Sisig


    A recipe shared by a loving father of 2 kids, Mr. Orville Pañares. What I liked about this recipe, is the simple and easy way of doing it, good for all the beginners in cooking to follow. Thank you Mr. Pañares for sharing this.

    Ingredients: 
    1/4 kl. pork face (maskara) 
    1/4 kl. pork ears 
    6 cloves garlic (chopped) 
    2 med. size red onion (chopped) 
    3 pcs. thumb size ginger (crushed)
     1 small can liver spread
    1 litre water ( add if needed)
    mayonaise
     kalamansi

    Procedure:
    1. Saute half of the onion and garlic, together with all the ginger. 
    2. Add the pork face and ears. lightly brown to extract flavors. 
    3. Add the water, bring to boil then simmer till the meat is tender. 
    4. Remove meat from water, then cut into small pieces. 
    5. Heat ample amount of oil in a pan, pan fry sliced meats to add crisp to the meat. drain excess oil after frying. 
    6. Saute remaining garlic and onions together with the meat. (optional: add chopped chili finger if desired) 
    7. Add in the liver spread, mix well then serve while hot. (option: may use sizzling plate if available). 
    8. Drizzle mayonaise on top and kalamansi on the side then serve.


    Contributed by: Mr. Orville Pañares




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    4 comments:

    1. isang litro dagdagan nyo na lang po kung kulang

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    2. I really love sisig. I really love Filipino Food.

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