This recipe is an authentic Filipino dish. Its cooking process is basically cooking slices of pork with the bagoong (shrimp paste) and adding spices. The bagoong or shrimp paste is commonly readily available in the local wet market and since it is still fresh, the usual color is pink and watery. Those shrimp paste you see in the supermarket are already processed and sauteed with spices and sometime sugar is added. The color is usually brown and they are already cooked to prolong the shelf life. Whether fresh bagoong or those bottled ones sold in the supermarket you prefer to use on your recipe, it will depend on your taste and availability. Aside from the pork and bagoong, this recipe uses other ingredients such as garlic, onion, pepper, vinegar, and brown sugar. Try this recipe now and experience its savoring taste!
- 1 kilo pork with fat (cut into chunk cubes)
- 2 cups bagoong alamang
- 1 head of garlic (minced)
- 1 big onion (minced) 4 tomatoes (diced)
- 4 chili peppers (minced)
- ? cup vinegar
- 4 tablespoons brown sugar
- ? cup water
How To Cook Binagoongang Baboy Recipe:
- In a casserole, boil pork and lower fire until waterevaporates and pork oil starts to come out.
- When pork is lightly crispy, put in on the side andsaute garlic, onion, tomatoes and chili peppersin the fat and mix pork once more.
- Add in the bagoong and cook while stirring for 5minutes.
- Pour in the vinegar and stir well.
- Add in the sugar and let simmer for 10 minutes orjust until cooked.
- Serve hot.