Sunday, 4 September 2011

Sauteed Minced Pork (aka Giniling na Baboy)

One thing I admire about my husband when it comes to cooking is that he is a risk non-conformist and a non-traditional experimenter who doesn’t like following published recipes nor even my tested ones and yet he can still manage to come up with a dish that has similar taste, like say adobo, or even better.  Anyway, he cooked ground pork for lunch today, his way.  I told him that he can have my recipe since I’ve been cooking the same  (Giniling na Baboy: Quick & Simple ) but he insisted to have his own.

Well, as usual, the dish turned out great :-)


Ground Pork– 250 grams

Potatos, diced into small cubes (.5cm) – 3 medium-sized

Carrot, diced into small cubes (.5cm) – 1 medium size

Garlic, finely chopped – 6 cloves

Onion, finely chopped – 1 medium bulb

vegetable oil

Sesame oil

Kikoman soy Sauce

Chicken Powder

Ground Black pepper

Ground Mixed pepper


Cooking Procedure:

1) Saute’ the garlic then the onion in vegetable oil. Add the ground pork when the onion becomes translucent.  Let the ground pork simmer for 2 minutes

2) Add the potato, and the seasonings, stir.

3) Let the ingredients simmer until all the water evaporates leaving only the oil.

4) Add a teaspoon or 2 of sesame oil and the carrots. Stir the mixture and let it fry.  turn off the heat when the ground pork turns almost brown.


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