Tokwa’t Baboy – boiled pork and fried tofu

The tokwa’t baboy dish is composed of boiled pork (either or both pig’s ears and pork belly usually) and fried tofu. The sauce made of vinegar and soy sauce gives life to this dish. Generally, this is considered as an appetizer and a side dish. Most people like to have their Tokwa’t Baboy with beer or wine by the side while others love to have it with rice porridge such as Arroz Caldo, Goto, or a simple lugaw.

The sauce of tokwa’t baboy may vary from individuals’ preference, some may like sweet, others may love it sour and with chili. Whatever you may like, feel free to add extra sugar or add pieces of chili to please your taste buds.

Try this Tokwa’t Baboy Recipe. Enjoy!

Tokwa’t Baboy - boiled pork and fried tofu

Ingredients

  • 1 kilong baboy
  • 3 pirasong tokwa
  • 1 ulo ng bawang tinadtad
  • ½ tasang suka
  • ½ tasang toyo
  • ¾ kutsaritang asin
  • 2 sibuyas
  • 1 kutsarang mantikang Wesson

Instructions

  • Hiwaing pakudrado ang baboy. Ilagay sa kaserola. Lagyan ng asin at tubig. Pakuluin sa atay-atay na apoy sa loob ng ilang minuto at itabi.

Sarsa:

  • Ilagay sa mangkok ang suka, bawang, toyo at mantikang “Wesson”. Ilagay ang buong baboy sa kawali at prituhin hanggang mamula. Isama ang tokwa. Ilagay sa platong pandulot.
    Ibuhos ang sarsa sa ibabaw. Palamutian ng sibuyas. Idulot nang mainit.

Tokwa’t Baboy - boiled pork and fried tofu

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