Pork Binagoongan

Pork Binagoongan

Binagoongan is Filipino pork dish wherein pork sliced are cooked with shrimp paste and other ingredients. The shrimp paste is known as bagoong in the Philippines. This is the reason why this dish is binagoongan.

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There are many types of bagoong. Shrimp and fish are the two common ingredients. Note that this recipe is only for shrimp bagoong.

The recipe video on how to make bagoong can be viewed here:

The complete list of ingredients for this pork binagoongan or binagoongang baboy recipe are as follows.

pork, shrimp paste, garlic, vinegar, onion, tomato, banana pepper, dried bay leaves, whole peppercorn, water, salt and pepper

Here are the steps on how to cook this Filipino dish:

(01:04) boil water
(01:13) put pork and other ingredients. Simmer until pork is tender
(02:05) cook garlic, tomato, and onion
(02:54) add the shrimp paste
(03:17) add back the pork
(03:40) add the remaining ingredients
(03:52) serve

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My name is Vanjo Merano. I live in the Northern suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. I work as an IT professional, but cooking has been my passion since I was a kid.

I created Panlasang Pinoy (the blog and this youtube channel) to promote Filipino food and Filipino Cuisine to the world.

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