Warek Warek Ilocano Food Recipe
Warek Warek is an Ilocano recipe made of grilled pork's tongue, liver, and intestine blended with pork's brain or mayonaise.
Warek Warek Ingredients:
Pig’s meat and entrails (tongue, liver, intestine)
Onion; thinly sliced
Salt and pepper
Calamansi or lemon juice
Warek Warek Instructions:
Parboil intestines with sliced lemon or calamansi to remove the odor. Parboil tongue until half cooked. Wash and clean well the liver.
Grill intestine, tongue, and liver. Slice into 1” long and 1/4” thick (or your desired sizes), then place in a large bowl. Mix the slices of onion and boiled brain. Balance seasoning with calamansi juice, salt, and pepper according to taste.
If pork's brain is not enough or not available, you may use mayonnaise as a substitute.
Boil the brain in vinegar and same vinegar that you will use in the recipe.
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actually, dinakdakan is an ilocano dish.. it's only here that i heard of warek-warek.. we usually call this dish dinakdakan..
and the pie you are asking is called "empanada".. orange in color, with longganisa, veggie and egg inside..
Pork inards or entrails is warek warek...