Dinuguan need not be intimidating especially when you follow these easy steps.
First, you just need to bring together the pork heart, pork liver, and pork intestine in a stock pot or deep pan and bring them to a boil and cook them until tender. Set aside the pork intestine and discard the remaining stock used for boiling.
Next, you’ve got to slice the pork heart and pork liver into strips and set this aside as well.
Now using a mixing bowl, mix together the pork blood and coconut milk and add a little bit of vinegar. Set aside.
Get a pan and get it nice and hot over medium high heat. Pour some oil and throw in the garlic and onion and cook them until the garlic is slightly brown in color and onions are translucent.
Add the pork belly, sautéing them briefly before adding the pork heart and liver strips.
Now, pour the Knorr Pork broth, sukang Iloco, bay leaves and green finger chilli. Let this simmer until the pork belly is tender.
When the liquid has reduced to ¾, add the pork blood with coconut milk and continue to cook until it thickens (if sauce becomes too thick, add more Knorr pork broth).
Get the most out of the flavour of Dinuguan sa Gata by adding a sprinkle of Knorr Liquid Seasoning, salt and pepper.
With or without puto, you will surely eat a lot and forget about your diet when your mom serves this at home.
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