Hey everyone, I hope you are having an incredible day today. Today, I will show you a way to prepare a special dish, pork monggo. One of my favorites. This time, I am going to make it a bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious. I like the idea on how monggo dishes can stretch my budget. You just need to wash the beans after removing it from the packaging and cook it immediately - no soaking needed.
To begin with this particular recipe, we have to prepare a few components. You can cook pork monggo using 14 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.
The ingredients needed to make Pork Monggo-
- Take 1/2 kilo pork cut into cubes
- Take 1 cup hibe/dried shrimp
- Make ready 1 cup monggo/mung beans
- Get 1 ampalaya/bittermelon no seed sliced thinly,soaked in hot water
- Take 5 cloves garlic minced
- Get 1 onion diced
- Get 2 tomatoes cubed
- Get 1-2 cups malunggay leaves
- Make ready 2 tablespoons fish sauce
- Take 1 pork bouillon cube
- Get 6 cups water
- Take Cooking oil
- Make ready to taste Salt and pepper
- Make ready Optional- crushed chicharon and tinapa (smoked fish) flakes
Steps to make Pork Monggo-
- In a pot, boil washed mung beans in water (make sure beans are covered in water, add more whenever necessary to avoid burning) for 30-45 minutes or until soft/cooked. Set aside.
- Heat pan in oil and add garlic and onion. Cook until garlic is light golden brown and onion is translucent. Add tomatoes and dried shrimp cook for about 2-3 minutes.Add ampalaya/bitter melon or gourd that was soaked in hot water to remove bitterness (make sure to rinse and remove water from ampalaya). Set aside.
- In the same pan, add pork and cook for about 20-30 minutes or until all sides have browned. If the cut pork has fat, I like making sure the fat part is toasted to make it crunchy. Or just throw the pork in the air fryer to cook.
- Add cooked pork, garlic, onions, ampalaya/bittermelon, tomatoes, dried shrimp and pork cube to the pot with the cooked monggo beans and bring to a boil. Add fish sauce, salt, and pepper to taste. Simmer for about 5 minutes. Turn the heat off. Add malunggay leaves and cover pot for another 5 minutes to let the residual heat cook the leaves.
- Serve with chicharon or tinapa flakes on top and with a side of steamed white rice.
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Pork monggo is not your typical ginisang monggo dish because it was prepared differently. You just need to wash the beans after removing it from the packaging and cook it immediately - no soaking needed. This saves you time, which you can use to do other things. I like the idea on how monggo dishes can stretch my budget. Pork Monggo with Kangkong is a an easy-to-make version of ginisang monggo. It makes use of leftover lechon kawali and water spinach. This dish is delicious and easy to cook. Advertisement How to Cook Pork Monggo with Kangkong. This dish is simple to make. However, you will need to prepare the mung beans ahead of time. Thinly sliced pork are quicker to cook and gets tender easily. While coconut milk and seasonings helped make the dish creamy and tasty, the pork cube did a great job in bringing out the pork flavor. It was right on the spot. Try this Ginataang Monggo with Pork Recipe. Let me know what you think. This local bean dish is not only nutritious, it's also good and easy to whip up! Ginisang monggo is a delicious stew that is usually incorporated with pork to give its broth a meatier flavor. What is the traditional Filipino Monggo Guisado? A traditional monggo guisado recipe is normally made with meat like pork, chicken, or beef but honestly, I've had this dish in different variations and versions from Filipino's who are from different parts of the Philippines. My version of traditional may not be the same from a local hailing from Cebu, for example.
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