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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Pork Sisig

It's weekend.
It's raining.
Payday? to some, maybe..
But definitely one thing is in my mind and maybe yours, cuddle up and get something to warm you up.
A beer perhaps?
Yes! This is something nice to pair with my irresistible, mouthwatering Pork Sisig.
Definitely irresistible, though fatty and high caloric it may be. Just this once, please! Lol!

Sisig is another delicious Filipino delicacy. Originally from Pampanga and a favorite to many, even to the picky taste of non-filipinos. Once tried, this is what you'll hear them say ----> "Oh,wow! Delicious!"

Sizzling Pork Sisig

Pork Sisig

400 gms pork liempo
350 gms pork ears
150 gms pork liver, chopped
1 cup chopped white onions
3 green chilis,chopped
2 siling labuyo, chopped
1 pcs bay leaf
soy sauce
ground black pepper, to taste
salt, to taste
2-3 eggs
5-6 pcs calamansi
cooking oil


  1. In a pot, cover pork ears and liempo with enough water. Add bay leaf, about 1/2 tsp salt and dash of pepper. Let boil. Cook until tender. This will take about 30 to 45 minutes. When done, remove pork from water. Set aside. Let cool. 
  2. Chop pork ears and liempo into small pieces. Squeeze in about 3-4 calamansi juice. Add a dash of black pepper,  2-3 tbsp of soy sauce. Mix well. Set aside.
  3. In a pan, heat about 1 tbsp of oil, add onions. Add chopped liver. 1 tsp soy sauce. cook for about 5 minutes. Add chopped pork ears and liempo. Stir well. season with salt and pepper. Add half portion of chilis. 
  4. To serve, heat sizzling plate. Brush with butter, scoop in about 2 cups of pork mixture. Add chilis, a teaspoon of mayonaise. Add egg. Serve. Enjoy it sizzling hot!

If you have left over lechon kawali, you may use this instead of pork belly or liempo. It would be more delish. There are of course other variations in making sisig dish - could be chicken, fish, tofu, etc...
For proper use of sizzling plate, click here .

Happy Weekend everyone!

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


wok with ray said...

Marge and sarap nito! This looks very tempting and yes with cold bottle of beer. Cheers! :)

Pinoy Kitchenette said...

@wok with ray

Thanks Ray! Happy weekend! cheers!!

maiylah said...

oh wow...it has been ages since i had one of these! my first taste was in Pampanga and it wasn't really love at first bite. lol. i only loved it when i had it paired with ice cold beer....YUMMMY! Now, love it even without beer. :P

thanks so much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, Marge

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