Binagoongang Baboy Recipe

Binagoongang baboy is a traditional Filipino food recipe which are cook with pork and shrimp paste. This appetizer is a popular side dish for kare kare and dippings for mangang hilaw or as a sawsawan for fried fish. But shrimp paste could be a viand itself if cooked with pork and it was known as binagoongang baboy. If you like to cook binagoongang I would suggest to make your bagoong because the shrimp paste available in market is too salty or if you already buy bagoong just put it in strainer and wash it with water to remove excess salt. Anyway if you prefer a home made bagoong I do it this way. In a bowl wash alamang and drain using strainer, be sure that it was totaly drain by shaking strainer and add 3-4 tbsp of salt for every kilo of alamang then mix using ladle then pour it in clean bottle, cover air tight and put under the sun for 4-6 days or until the shrimp ferments.

Ingredient for Binagoongang Baboy Recipe

  • 1/2 Kg of Pork liempo, adobo cut and wash
  • 1 cup of minced garlic
  • 1 /4 cup of sliced onion
  • half cup of kikkoman or soy sauce
  • 1 cup of vinegar
  • Vetsin
  • 1 tbsp Ground peppecorn
  • 1 kg bagoong
  • 1/2 cup of brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup water
Procedure of Cooking :

In a pan, cook liempo with kikkoman or soy sauce, 2 tbsp of garlic, ground pepper and vinegar. Let it dry until the pork start to yield oil. Take the pork from the pan and sautee remaining garlic with onion, then add pork, bagoong, water, vinegar and bring to boil, taste and add vinegar if the bagoong is still salty. When right saltiness is achieve add sugar and continue boiling until the sauce dries. Binagoongang baboy recipe is best served with kare kare or with mangang hilaw, tomato, onion,  as partner for pritong isda.

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