Meat Recipes

Meatballs Filipino Recipe

Meatballs are small amount of ground meat (e.g. pork, beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, seafood) that are shaped or rolled into small balls. Usually, other ingredients like spices, vegetables, bread crumbs, flour, and eggs are added or mixed to the ground meat before being formed or shaped in balls,...

Meatballs with Sweet and Sour Sauce Recipe

Sweet and Sour Meatballs is a deep fried ball-like ground beef or pork with sweet and sour sauce. Ingredients Meatballs Ingredients 1 kilo ground pork or beef 1 onion; minced 1 tablespoon garlic; minced 3 well beaten eggs 1/2 cup flour Ground pepper Soy sauce Salt Sauce Mixture Ingredients 1 can...

Menudo Filipino Recipe

Pork Menudo sounds like Spanish but it is, unequivocally, a classic Filipino dish. In the long tradition of Philippine cuisine, Pork Menudo is one of the thick tomato sauce-based dishes that uses pork as its meat ingredient. Other classic Filipino dishes that are tomato sauce-based are Afritada...

Nilagang Baka Recipe

Nilagang Baka is a Filipino beef stew with variety of vegetable mix to it. Like the Bulalo recipe, this is a perfect dish during rainy days and cold season because of the hot soup it produce. The main difference between the two is that Nilagang Baka uses the beef's meat with or without the bone...

Paksiw na Pata Recipe

  Paksiw na Pata is braised pork's shank in vinegar, soy sauce and other condiments. Paksiw na Pata Ingredients 2 lbs pork’s leg (pata); cut in chunks 1/2 cup vinegar 1/4 cup soy sauce 1 head garlic; crushed 1/2 tablespoon peppercorn 1/2 cup banana blossoms (bulaklak ng saging) 4-5 bay leaves...

Papaitan / Pinapaitan Recipe

Papaitan is one of the famous dishes of the Ilocanos which consist of different goat or beef innards such as tripe, liver, kidney, intestine, pancreas, and heart. Originally, the goat innards were used for this dish but because of the introduction of cooking variation and substitution, beef...

Pata Tim with Tomato Sauce

Pata Tim with Tomato Sauce - Stewed pork's knuckle with tomato sauce, soy sauce, sugar, and added condiments. Pata Tim Ingredients 1 kilo pork’s leg (pata); cut in chunks 1/4 cup soy sauce 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 onion; chopped 1 tablespoon garlic; minced 1 tomato; chopped 2 tablespoon banana...

Patatim Filipino Recipe

Patatim is a Filipino dish made out of slowly braised pork leg. Historical account of this dish was lost in the passage of time. However, in order to better comprehend the origins of Pata Tim is to better understand the meaning of Pata and Tim. "Pata" is a Spanish word for "leg" and Tim is a...

Pork Chop (Salt and Pepper)

Pork Chop (Salt and Pepper) is a Chinese delicacy that most Filipinos here in Los Angeles loves to eat. I used to buy it in Hop Li Chinese Restaurant in Santa Monica, California every Thursday on my way back home from work. In case you happen to visit LA, I think Hop Li has the best Salt and Pepper...

Sinigang Pork Recipe

Pork Sinigang, also called Sinigang na Baboy, is a traditional Filipino soup dish known for its sour flavor. By tradition, the souring ingredient of this dish comes from a tamarind fruit. Through time, this souring ingredient diversed and instead of using tamarind, guava, calamansi, bilimbi (...

Sisig Pork Recipe

If the Ilocanos have Dinakdakan, the Pampangenos have Sisig. The difference of the two is the manner in which they are cooked. Dinakdan uses the method of boiling, and grilling the pig's head parts prior to finalizing the dish, while Sigig uses the method of boiling, grilling, and stir-frying the...