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from Cebu, Philippines (Fried Pork Face - Philippines) 1 kg Pork Face 1/4 kg Pork Brain (Optional) 2 tsp. butter 4 pcs. Onions, chopped 3 Tbsp. Soy Sauce 1 Tbsp. Vinegar 1 Tbsp. Catsup or Chili Sauce salt and pepper to taste Fried Pork skin, grounded(Optional) 1 egg(Optional) 1. Boil Pork face till tender; slice thinly into cubes. 2. Saute 1 pc. onion in butter and add the sliced pork face and the brain in a deep skillet. 3. While sauteing, mix the liquid ingredients. 4. Add the liquid mix in the pan. Simmer for about 15 mins. 5. Serve in sizzling plate, garnish with Fried Pork skin and egg.

Sisig


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(posted January 10, 2004)

from Cebu, Philippines

(Fried
Pork Face - Philippines)

1 kg
Pork Face
1/4 kg
Pork Brain (Optional)
2 tsp.
butter
4 pcs. Onions, chopped
3 Tbsp.
Soy Sauce
1 Tbsp.
Vinegar
1 Tbsp.
Catsup or Chili
Sauce
salt and pepper to taste
Fried
Pork skin, grounded(Optional)
1
egg(Optional)

1.
Boil Pork face till tender; slice thinly into cubes.
2. Saute 1 pc.
onion in butter and add the sliced pork face and the brain in a deep skillet.
3. While sauteing, mix the liquid ingredients.
4. Add the liquid mix in the
pan. Simmer for about 15 mins.
5. Serve in sizzling plate,
garnish with Fried Pork skin and egg.


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+26 comments


from Geneva, Switzerland wrote:12  0

I have never eat pork's face before but this recipe made me try it. In fact, it's now my FAVORITE already! Two thumbs up to the contributor of this sumptuous dish. Great recipe! Bizarre. Extraordinary yet delectable and full-flavored. This version is to die for!!
5 starsJune 27, 2012


from Cebu, Philippines wrote:2  1

best sisig ever!!
5 starsMarch 20, 2012


from Florida, United States wrote:5  0

Great dish!
5 starsMarch 17, 2009


from Iloilo, Philippines wrote:2  0

I never think about the cholesterol whenever I eat sisig. It tastes excellent in all occasions. Try it...
5 starsSeptember 4, 2008


from Deajoen, Korea wrote:3  0

Wow! I love sisig as ulam not for pulutan, specially wen I make it very spicy!!! YummY
5 starsOctober 4, 2007


from Windsor City, Ontario, Canada wrote:10  3

good sisig! always having this dish, everytime i visit philippines for vacation.
4 starsMarch 1, 2007


from san fernando, pampanga, Philippines wrote:10  4

sisig is the best dish i've ever had. the recipe you've posted is great, but wait till you've tasted my recipe...
5 starsFebruary 18, 2007


from bacolod city, Philippines wrote:1  4

sisis is my favorite.. good match with beer. i like very spicy sisig cuz it makes me more active.. all i can say is that sisig is the Best i ever had..
5 starsFebruary 1, 2007


from laguna, Philippines wrote:4  3

Sisig is favorite food of my husband. I always cook that everynow and then so that he so fat now he also love a spicy engredients.
5 starsNovember 19, 2006


from Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines wrote:4  2

A perfect Beer Match!!! Specialy if it is very Spicy....
4 starsOctober 22, 2006


from Sta.Maria BULACAN, Philippines wrote:6  2

The best talaga ang SISIG, i always lose my proper diet because of this!Try it!
4 starsOctober 16, 2006


from iligan city, Philippines wrote:10  2

definitely one of the best dishes that i've ever had! it's at its best when garnished with egg. goes pretty well with beer and it reduces the earlier chance of becoming drunk...hehehe
5 starsAugust 29, 2006


from cagayan de Oro, Philippines wrote:9  3

I've learned so much with this recipe. I used this in my business. Better to use green pepper and mayonnaise. While boiling it, I add ginger and laurel to make it more tasty!
5 starsJuly 27, 2006


from makati, Philippines wrote:8  3

Great!!! fantastic!!!
5 starsMay 3, 2006


from Pasig, United States wrote:8  1

great recipe!
4 starsMarch 15, 2006


from toronto, Canada wrote:4  5

definitely not the best..... but it's still good.
1 starsDecember 17, 2005


from California, United States wrote:7  2

Definitely one of the best dishes I've tasted! Try it!
5 starsDecember 8, 2005


from SILAY CITY, Philippines wrote:6  3

VERY GOOD...it adds to my knowledge in cooking some different dishes.... wanna try?
4 starsDecember 2, 2005


from bulacan, Philippines wrote:4  4

Terrific sisig!!!!
5 starsDecember 2, 2005


from Glendale, Arizona, United States wrote:5  5

It's really good. Always the highlight of our menu whenever we have parties. Sometimes after pressure cooking the pig ears, we also grill it for a few minutes to add some crispiness. Nice recipe.
4 starsOctober 30, 2005


from Arlington Heights, IL, United States wrote:8  1

Great recipe! sarap,but ofcourse i added some few ingredients. linagyan ko ng luya and salt while boiling the pig's ears. great for pulutan! with SMB at OPMs, ayos na sa barkada!
4 starsSeptember 5, 2005


from KL, Malaysia wrote:5  1

Great Dish... a perfect heartstopper... Great Beer Match... You can add some lime for people who can't take too much of oily food...
4 starsAugust 13, 2005


from kalibo, Philippines wrote:9  3

this is how true sisig meant to be cook...
5 starsJune 15, 2005


from makati, Philippines wrote:5  1

this recipe rocks... but for people squeamish about using brains, Mayonaisse is a good alternative,
5 starsJanuary 23, 2005


from Salt Lake City, UT, United States wrote:4  1

Great recipe. Getting some of the things here is hard, but still, great recipe...
4 starsJanuary 5, 2005


from birmingham, United Kingdom wrote:6  3

exactly what i want for sisig..it is a perfect ingredients that youved publish
4 starsSeptember 5, 2004


 
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