Pork Pata Humba Recipe

Often likened to the classic Filipino dish, the Adobo, Pork Pata Humba is another classic but has a different flavor profile from Adobo. While Adobo is known for its trademark tanginess which is caused by vinegar, Pork Pata Humba is leaning more on the sweet side, courtesy of the pineapple juice and brown sugar that caramelizes in the cooking process and then coats each pork … Continue reading Pork Pata Humba Recipe

Pork Dinakdakan Recipe

Similar to Sisig, the main ingredient of a Pork Dinakdakan is boiled and grilled pig parts, included but not limited to ears, liver, and face which is also known as mascara. Others use the stomach and intestines as well. The difference between Sisig and Pork Dinakdakan is that the ingredients used in making Dinakdakan are not as finely chopped as the ones used in making … Continue reading Pork Dinakdakan Recipe