Try this Pork Giniling recipe, or contribute your own."You can lower the bad oil, using non stick pans. The result is healthier, and less oil from body sweat hot in manila" - neilsigno
Yield: 4 Servings Ready in 45 minutes
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|1 lbground pork|
|1 med (~ 1 cup)potato; cubed|
|1 small (~2/3 cup)carrot; cubed|
|1/4 cuptoyomansi (soy sauce & lemon mixture)|
|1/4 cuptoyo (soy sauce)|
|1 pork/beef cube|
|1/4 cupbell pepper; cubed|
|Salt, pepper and sugar ( ~1 tsp) to taste|
|4 clovesgarlic; minced|
|1 smallonion; chopped finely|
|2 tbspcooking oil|
|2 mediumtomatoes; cubed OR|
|8 ozTomato sauce|
|4 Eggs; boiled and shelled|
Pork Giniling Preparation
> Add toyomansi and toyo to ground pork, mix well and marinate while preparing rest of ingredients.
> Saute garlic in cooking oil until golden brown. Add onion and saute until translucent.
> Add ground pork. Cook well until brown (~ 5 minutes).
> Stir in tomatoes and cook until mushy (or add tomato sauce).
> Add water and beef/pork cube. Bring to a gentle boil, then simmer until pork is tender (~20 minutes).
> Add potatoes, carrots & raisins. Cook until tender & raisins are softened (~ 12 minutes).
> Add bell pepper & cook until crisp-tender.
> Season with salt, pepper and sugar to taste.
> > Put in the boiled eggs and turn off the heat.Transfer to a serving bowl and serve.
**** Green peas may be added if desired.
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You can lower the bad oil, using non stick pans. The result is healthier, and less oil from body sweat hot in manila
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