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  • LECHON BELLY

INGREDIENTS

1 slab Boneless Pork belly (approximately 2 kg)
2 stalks lemon grass, bruised
4 stalks spring onion
A handful tamarind leaves 
5 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
1 Tbsp #knorrsinigangmix 
1 Tbsp rock salt
1 tsp cracked black pepper
1 tsp dried chili flakes

SAUCE

2 pcs shallots, minced
1 pc green chili, sliced thinly
1 pc red chili, sliced thinly
1 cup light soy sauce
Juice of 2 lemons
1 pinch ground black pepper
1 tsp brown sugar
1 Tbsp roast drippings (optional)

PROCEDURE

Pat dry the pork belly with paper towel. Prick all over with a fork. 
Mix together the Sinigang mix, salt, chili flakes and cracked black pepper then rub this evenly all over the meat. 
Skin side down, lay the belly flat on a tray, put the lemon grass, tamarind leaves and garlic in the middle crosswise. Gather together two sides and tie neatly and securely with a butcher’s twine. Put on a metal rack, seam side down. 
In a turbo roaster, roast the belly at 100C for 1 hour, no need to preheat the roaster. Turn up the temperature to 200 and roast it further for another 30 minutes or until the skin has crisped up and browned evenly. Take out from the roaster at once and let sit for 10 minutes before slicing as this give time for the juice to set in the meat, otherwise, if it is sliced right away, all the juices will ooze out. The skin will also get crispier as it cools down. 
For the sauce, just combine all the ingredients together. 
Serve with steamed white rice with your choice of vegetables. 
Dig in!

#knorr 
#roastporkbelly 
#pinoyfood 
#lutongpinoy 
#pinoyinaustralia
  • LECHON BELLY

    INGREDIENTS

    1 slab Boneless Pork belly (approximately 2 kg)
    2 stalks lemon grass, bruised
    4 stalks spring onion
    A handful tamarind leaves
    5 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
    1 Tbsp #knorrsinigangmix
    1 Tbsp rock salt
    1 tsp cracked black pepper
    1 tsp dried chili flakes

    SAUCE

    2 pcs shallots, minced
    1 pc green chili, sliced thinly
    1 pc red chili, sliced thinly
    1 cup light soy sauce
    Juice of 2 lemons
    1 pinch ground black pepper
    1 tsp brown sugar
    1 Tbsp roast drippings (optional)

    PROCEDURE

    Pat dry the pork belly with paper towel. Prick all over with a fork.
    Mix together the Sinigang mix, salt, chili flakes and cracked black pepper then rub this evenly all over the meat.
    Skin side down, lay the belly flat on a tray, put the lemon grass, tamarind leaves and garlic in the middle crosswise. Gather together two sides and tie neatly and securely with a butcher’s twine. Put on a metal rack, seam side down.
    In a turbo roaster, roast the belly at 100C for 1 hour, no need to preheat the roaster. Turn up the temperature to 200 and roast it further for another 30 minutes or until the skin has crisped up and browned evenly. Take out from the roaster at once and let sit for 10 minutes before slicing as this give time for the juice to set in the meat, otherwise, if it is sliced right away, all the juices will ooze out. The skin will also get crispier as it cools down.
    For the sauce, just combine all the ingredients together.
    Serve with steamed white rice with your choice of vegetables.
    Dig in!

    #knorr
    #roastporkbelly
    #pinoyfood
    #lutongpinoy
    #pinoyinaustralia
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  • Monasterio de Tarlac[1] is a popular tourist destination[citation needed] in the province of Tarlac in the Philippines. It is a monastery on top of Mount Resurrection, part of the Zambales Mountain Range in San Jose, one of the municipalities in Tarlac. In the monastery can be found a relic of the True Cross.[2] Monasterio de Tarlac is located at the Mount Resurrection Eco Park in the barangay of Lubigan. (Wilkepedia) #itsmorefuninthephilippines #philippineadventures #pinoyinaustralia #adventurephilippines
  • 13 0 21 April, 2019
  • Melbourne lightup festival. 🎡🎢🏎
  • Melbourne lightup festival. 🎡🎢🏎
  • 35 4 13 April, 2019