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Foodie Goodie | Pork Binagoongan.

After a week of eating nothing but fish, it's a relief to have pork on the menu again! Today, my kitchen brings you Pork Binagoongan (aka Pork with Shrimp Paste).

If you've noticed, I don't use siling labuyo (bird's eye pepper) because the little man might find it too spicy for his taste. 

And I don't cook mine with coconut cream. That would be Bicol Express to me.

Here's how I made my Pork Binagoongan.


300g pork cutlets; cut in serving pieces
1/4 cup shrimp bagoong 
4 cloves garlic; minced
1 small onion; chopped
1 medium tomato; sliced 
3 tablespoon vinegar 
1/2 tablespoon sugar 
1 eggplant; cut in slices


1. Boil pork until tender. Set aside.
2. Sauté garlic, onion, and tomatoes. 
3. Add pork and shrimp bagoong. 
4. Stir fry for few minutes until pork begins to release fat, and edges turn to brown. 
5. Add vinegar, simmer for 5 minutes. 
6. Add the eggplant and sugar. Season to your liking.
7. Continue cooking in low fire until the eggplant is done. 

16 replies:

maiylah said...

i would love to try this! the ones that i tasted have coconut milk in them... :)

appreciate much your sharing over at Food Friday, Czjai

Iska said...

Yummy! Love this. Too bad I don't seldom cook bagoong now; watching for hubby's salt intake :-( Pero OK lang naman kahit paminsan-minsan.

Dude for Food said...

Yum, nothing like an awesome pork binagoongan after holy week, this looks delicious!

Badet said...

Hindi ko pa naluluto yan. But the procedure seems easy, I easily get intimidated whenever I have to cook and use two separate pans. One-pot labo labo lang ako haha...

Luna Miranda said...

we're all thinking about pork right after Lent. LOL i posted pork, too.:p
we seldom have this at home, too, due to my mom's high blood pressure.

Kim, USA said...

Another binagoongan pork this is my weakness forget the diet. ^_^

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Pretty Kat said...

Oh I miss pork binagoongan...dito kasi sa davao, walang nagluluto ng ganyan...makaluto nga..hehe Visiting from FTF.

Jen Laceda | Milk Guides said...

Ever since I moved to Canada, which was 17 years ago, I haven't had a really good plate of authentic binagoongan!I should try making this on my own! I mostly cook many different kinds of foods for my blog, but rarely Filipino. Perhaps, it may be time to change all that...

Dexie said...

I made something similar, with napa cabbage instead of eggplant.

GagayMD said...

obviously very mouth-watering..but too bad, i don't eat pork :(

dropping by, from YS! :)

Tito Eric said...

This surely looks delicious!

You ought to try the same dish at my favorite restaurant here in Panglao :)

cheerful said...

wow, super miss ko na din eto, one of my pinoy food favorites! thanks for sharing your recipe! visiting late from last week's FTF and FF, hope to see you around. thanks and have a great week. :)

Jessica said...

I am not sure if I left a comment or not Sis :-) this food looks so delish and it makes me hungry while looking at it :-) Dropping by from lasts weeks FF

Jessica said...

I wanted to try this recipe Sis, miss eating eggplant for a while :-) Dropping by from lasts weeks FTF

Jessica said...

it is yummy indeed Sis :-) I really want this recipe, looks so delish :-) Dropping by from lasts weeks YS

Cheerful said...

kakagutom and more rice for me kapag yan ang ulam for sure! anyway, back here from YS naman, hope to see you sometime! have a great week. :)