Ground Pork Recipe
During weekends, one of the bonding that me and my siblings do is movie or series marathon. We even stay awake as late as 3 a.m. just finish the movies or series of our choice.
Of course, food is also a part. We use to buy junk food and soft drinks to chow down while watching. But, there are times that we choose to cook some gourmet foods that we will share while watching.
Last week, one of the foods I cooked was the Pork Quesadilla. This combines ground pork and some vegetables with some sauce and wrapped into a tortilla.
When you are cooking Rellenong Bangus, there is a big tendency that the bangus skin won’t cover all the meat stuff (ground pork and crushed bangus flesh). Now, what are you going to do with the left overs? Bake it.
But, we can also consider making this one from scratch. I won’t elaborate on how to prepare the ingredients as it’s already written in making Rellenong bangus.
This is easier to make that frying. This is also good for people who can multi-task.
Siomai or Pork Dumplings has captured the taste buds of the Filipinos throughout the years. According to Oxford, there were artifacts that pork dumplings were first created by the European ancestors. But, according to Wikipedia, this awesome food has been traditionally made in China since the Qing Dynasty. Basta kakain na lang ako.
I am proud to say that this recipe is one of my specialty. It’s because since I was a kid, I tried to make my own version of this and as years go by, I can say I found my own innovation for this dish.