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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Dinagaraan (Dinuguan)

English: Pork Dinuguan with Puto at Cafe Laguna.
English: Pork Dinuguan with Puto at Cafe Laguna. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By Juvy S. Iliwiliw


Philippines has plenty of exotic dishes you can enjoy to your liking. They are often sold in the streets by street vendors or can be found in small and large restaurants. One of these is dinuguan, a pig's blood being mixed with the pig's intestines, heart, and liver. But this dinuguan recipe that I have shared with you will make use of the pig's meat and fat. This is another way of how a dinuguan is being cooked.



So, have a try and taste for yourself another worth remembering dish found only in the Philippines.

DINAGARAAN (DINUGUAN)


You will need:


1 kilo pork, diced, fat separated from meat

2 cups water

1 tablespoon garlic

salt and pepper

2 pieces green chili, chopped (optional)

1 ½ cups pig's blood

1/2 cup Iloko vinegar

Here's how:

1. Place pork fat in a pan and cover with enough water. Boil until water completely evaporates and only the pork's oil remains.

2. Put garlic in pan and saute' on pork's oil. Fry fats until crispy. Add salt and pepper on meat. Then put on pan. Cover with water. Put the chilies in and allow water to fully evaporate. Fry meat for a few minutes. Mix pig's blood, vinegar, and a pinch of salt. Strain before pouring over the meat. Simmer. Serve warm.



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