Saturday, May 24, 2008

Filipino Style BBQ (PINOY TO)

Prep Time: 30 minutes - 1 hour

Cook Time: 30 minutes or less

Serves: 10

Visual Recipe By: Chboogs D. Putipina

I tried this one and it tasted good. I remember the BBQ we have in Iligan, and i really miss it. When i was done preparing this one, felt like i was eating the same BBQ back in Phi. Eating on tables placed along the street with friends and co-teachers. This was my first trying Filipino BBQ. You should try it too. Yummy :)

1/2 kilo of pork sliced into slightly thin strips
1/2 cup vinegar
1/4 cup banana ketchup
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 tbsp hot sauce (can add more if you want it spicy)
1 can calamansi soda (sprite would do as a substitute)
1 head of garlic crushed
1 small onion minced
a salt to taste

a few tbsp of cooking oil

Step 1:
Combine the liquid ingredients, sugar, onions and garlic and touch of salt to make your marinade.

Step 2:
Add in the strips of pork. Let this marinade for a minimum of 1 hour, preferably overnight in the fridge.

Step 3:
Make sure you soaked your skewers to prevent them from burning when on the grill.

Step 4:
Skewer the meat.

Step 5:
Boil the marinade until it's reduced to half. Transfer into a bowl and mix in some oil. You may use half regular cooking oil half sesame oil (about 2 tbsp of each type of oil). Mix them well. This would be a good glaze as we grill the bbq.

Step 6:
Grill the bbq over charcoal for a few minutes. Probably would take about 5 minutes on each side. Brush both sides with the glaze to give it some shine and color.

Step 7:
Your dipping sauce may just be some spiced vinegar. Crushed garlic, minced onions and chili in some cane vinegar with a few dash of fish sauce and about a tsp of sugar.

Enjoy your Filipino BBQ.


Anonymous said...

Gutomon sad ta ani Fel oi, nah! hehhhe, murag lami na ba na recipe:)

Felicity said...

lami hehe itry lng ;)

Unknown said...

makasamot mani sa kamingaw sa atong food ate Fel jud makalabaw sa atong foods....nagtulo na nuon akong laway dah : )

AdinB said...

Ate Fel, didn't realized imoha man diay Ning blog.... Thanks for sharing the recipe. Sounds and it loos good. I miss Pinoy BBQ too and just the smell of it. Hmmmmmmm..... Gusto ko mo try ani. thanks again!