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Lechon - Food with Mae-2

Lechon

Mae’s Slow Roasted Pork : As Seen on BBC2 ‘Mary Berry’s Easter Feast’ Lechon, is slow roasted suckling pig and it is a Philippines national treasure, even Anthony Bourdane couldn’t get enough of it. It’s delicious and an all time favourite dish at many Filipino gatherings.  Lechon or Litson [Le-chon] is stuffed with herbs & […]

Binagoongan na Baboy 2 - Food with Mae-3

Binagoongan na Baboy

Pork Belly Cooked with Fermented Shrimp Paste *this is a revised recipe The word ‘bagoong‘ [ba-gu-ong] means the fermentation process of either fish or shrimps. Mainly for fish the by product fermentation process is called ‘patis‘ [pa-tis]. Filipinos uses many fish to ferment like anchovies, herring or perch as well as tiny shrimps. Bagoong is […]

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Sizzling Pork Belly

Sisig Twice cooked pork belly, it’s cooked in the oven first, then stir fried and served on a hot plate with eggs. This dish is a perfect sharer eaten with rice or on it’s own. What is Sisig Sisig is one of my favourite side dishes (although not served in a small plate) and it […]

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Leyte Humba

Oozing with savoury, sweet flavours and melt in your mouth pork bites, here’s my Braised Pork Belly in soy sauce and vinegar with salted black beans, palm sugar and star anise.  What is Humba? Let’s get this completely clear, Humba is NOT Adobo!  They both are braised with soy sauce and vinegar. Both have bay […]

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Bicol Express

Pressure Cooker Series Episode 2: Pork Belly Cooked in Coconut Milk (mildly spiced) What is Bicol Express According to Wikipedia, The dish was named by Laguna resident, Cely Kalaw, during a cooking competition in the 1970s in Malate, Manila. The name of the dish was inspired by the Bicol Express railway train (Philippine National Railways) […]

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