"Filipino food is a fusion of different flavours which evolves through various influences like Spanish, American, Chinese and other Asian countries. As we adapted and concocted these dishes it has created diverse flavours that are uniquely Filipino seasoned and spiced by our rich culture".

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Pork Binagoongan sa Gata


Pork Binagoongan sa Gata
(Pork in Shrimp Paste simmered in coconut cream)


This is one popular Filipino dish I crave every once in a while. Traditionally this is done by simply sauteeing the ingredients. But adding coconut cream, what else can I tell you but Hmn!More yummy!

So for today's lunch ( even if its 34°C outside) let's have spicy Pork Binagoongan... Ooops ~ skip your diet for now 'coz cupfuls of rice entails this one. :)



Pork Binagoongan sa Gata
(Pork in Shrimp Paste simmered in coconut cream)

Pork Binagoongan sa Gata
Ingredients:


1 kilo pork kasim , cubed
3 tbsp shrimp paste
2 cups coconut cream
1/3 cup vinegar
8 cloves garlic, minced
1 onion, chopped
1 thumbsized ginger, grated
2 pcs bay leaves
1 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp cooking oil
chopped green and red peppers (as desired)

Procedure:



  • Place the meat cubes in a bowl, pour in the vinegar. Set aside for about 10 mins.
  • In a pan, heat oil, sautee onions and garlic. Stir in the meat. Let slightly brown.
  • Add the shrimp paste.
  • Pour in the coconut cream, sugar, bay leaves and half portion of grated ginger. Cover and simmer for 15 minutes or until pork is tender and the coconut cream reduced. I  used pork kasim (shoulder), its a tender part of pork and requires lesser time to cook.
  • I did not add salt because the shrimp paste was salty enough. You may adjust the taste as preferred.
  • When cooked, turn off the heat, then add the chopped chilis and the rest of the grated ginger.
  • Serve with rice. Enjoy!

This post is linked to :  eRecipecards ,  Food Trip FridayFood Friday







7 comments:

  1. sarap naman nito!

    ReplyDelete
  2. yummm! i agree, it's more delicious with the addition of cocomilk! would love to cook this someday... :)

    thanks so much for sharing and linking your post over at Food Friday

    ReplyDelete
  3. yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy and am craving to have it right now :-) so delish :-) Dropping by from Food Friday :-)

    ReplyDelete
  4. yum! this is a perfect raining day ulam.:p
    more sili please.:p

    ReplyDelete
  5. How long to marinate the pork with vinegar?

    ReplyDelete
  6. @Geo Cap
    Sorry i forgot to mention that, i've just added it anyway.
    A good 5-10 mins would be enough, no need to marinate it for long hours.

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for visiting! I love to hear your comments...