How To Cook Pork Menudo

Pork Menudo is a traditional Filipino stew usually serve in any filipino celebration and in carinderias as well. It is usually made with pork, liver, carrots, potatoes, bell pepper and tomato sauce.

But our family version of menudo include hotdogs and raisins. We add raisin for the natural sweet flavor. For the sauce we use fresh tomato. We saute it together with the onion and garlic until tomatoes juices comes out. And we season it with soy sauce, salt and pepper to taste. So simple yet so delectable.

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Pork Menudo Recipe

½ kg pork
4 medium sized onion, chopped
2 medium sized potato, cubed
2 medium sized carrot, cubed
2 medium sized red bell pepper
8-10 pcs hotdogs, sliced diagonally
2 medium sized onion, chopped
6 cloves garlic, chopped
1 cup raisins
2 pcs dried bay leaves
1-2 cups water
Cooking oil
Soy sauce (According to taste)
Salt and pepper to taste

1. Heat oil in a pan and sauté onion and garlic until limp and aromatic.
2. Add tomato and cook until soft and all the juices comes out.
3. Add pork and cook until meat change color. Add water and bring to a boil.
4. Add dried bay leaves and the rest of the ingredients. Simmer for 10-12 minutes. Add as much water as needed.
5. Season with soy sauce and ground black pepper. Simmer until the meat, carrots and potatoes are tender.


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