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Tokwa't Baboy
Ingredients:

# 1/2 kilo pork (cut into chunk cubes) # 5 pieces tokwa (beancurd) # 2 heads garlic (minced) # 1 cup vinegar # 1 cup soy sauce # 1 teaspoon salt # 1 teaspoon brown sugar # 3 small onions (diced)

Procedures:

1. In a casserole, boil pork in just enough water with salt, lower fire and let simmer until pork is tender. 2. Take the pork out and set aside. 3. Fry tokwa in hot oil until toasted and slice to the same size as the pork. 4. In a saucepot, mix vinegar, soy sauce, salt garlic and onions and heat for just a few minutes. 5. Pour in mixture over pork and tokwa. 6. Serve hot.

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Pork Barbeque
Ingredients:

* 1 kilo pork chop slices * 1 head of garlic (minced) * 2 pieces hot chili pepper (minced) * 1 tablespoon brown sugar * ? cup vinegar * ? cup soy sauce * Pinch of salt & pepper * 2 teaspoons calamansi juice

Procedures:

# In a bowl, mix all the ingredients together except for the pork chops. # Marinate the chops for two hours or over night. # Grill until well cooked. # In a saucepan, heat marinade mixture and strain. # Serve chops with the sauce.

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Bulalo
Ingredients:

* 1 kilo beef shank (chopped for serving pieces with the bone & marrow) * 1 big onion (diced) * 4 stalks onion leeks (chopped) * ? cup dried banana blossom * Pinch of salt & pepper * Water * Patis (fish sauce) * ? cup Soy sauce * 2 pieces calamansi * 2 pieces hot chili pepper

Procedures:

1. Boil beef shank and throw away the water. 2. Boil beef shank once again in medium heat for about 2 hours or until beef is tender and broth is flavorful. 3. Add water if necessary. 4. Add the onions, leeks and banana buds. 5. Season with salt & pepper and patis. 6. Serve hot with soy sauce, calamansi, and hot chili pepper.

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