Filipino Sinampalukang Baboy Recipe (Pork Tamarind Soup Recipe)
As an OFW, it was really hard to work abroad. Because you’ll have to be far away from your love one, your family and friends and you alone will be the one to guide yourself there. And there is one thing I always wish for my wife, whenever I get back from abroad was the Sinampalukang Baboy . It was my favorite and also the Filipino Halo Halo Dessert that made by my lola. And today, I and my wife will also share her secret recipe, on how she get me while she was courting on me before (laughing that line is a joke only) peace for my wife! Anyway, here’s her recipe for you to try it in your homes, the Sinampalukang Baboy .
- 1 kilo of pork (cut into chunk cubes)
- 1 onion (diced)
- heads of garlic (crushed)
- pieces of taro root (quartered)
- 1 cup tamarind juice
- piece of radish (sliced bias)
- bundle of string beans (cut into 1′)
- 1tsp. of salt
- 1 tsp. of black pepper
- 1 cup pork stock
- 6-cups of the water used to wash rice
1- In a bowl, marinate 1 kilo of pork chunks in salt & pepper for an hour.
2- In a soup pot, heat oil and the pork.
3- Add the pork stock and the wash water from rice.
4- Bring to a boil in low pressure of heat until the pork becomes tender.
5- Add in the taro root, radish and string beans.
6- When vegetable is almost cooked of soft, stir in tamarind juice.
7- Cover and let it simmer for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, Sinampalukang Baboy is ready to serve.
Sinampalukang Baboy is best to serve and more enjoyable to eat right after cooking, and avoiding it to cool. You can also pair it with a dessert that will make the gathering more exciting with a dessert after eating Filipino Halo Halo Dessert.
But, I tell you! You will never ever regret of tasting this Filipino Sinampalukang Baboy Recipe (Pork Tamarind Soup Recipe).