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How to Make Inihaw na Liempo

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Filipino Barbecue Pork Belly

Inihaw means grilling or barbecue, it is a popular way of cooking. There are many specialist restaurants and street food vendors who serve delicious barbecue to suit all tastebuds.

Here is a simple marinade and basting recipe that you can do at home. I used a portable bbq that I bought from Robert Dyas (not sponsored by them yet…LOL!), it uses gas canisters and you can take it with you camping too!

I am fortunate today because I can use many Filipino products compared to a few years ago, only a few ingredients are available to me. I particularly love using Datu Puti brand for soy and vinegar (again not sponsored by them..yet! haha!), I use that prticular brand because it gives a proper Filipino tastes as if you are back in the Philippines which I love. A quick trip via my tastebuds.

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How to Make Inihaw na Liempo

Print Recipe
Serves: 4-6 Cooking Time: 2hrs

Ingredients

  • Marinade
  • 300-500g pork belly slices
  • 240ml soy sauce
  • 100ml calamansi juice or lemon juice
  • 4 cloves , minced
  • 1 pinch of ground black pepper
  • 2tbsp oil
  • Basting sauce
  • 240ml soy sauce
  • 240 banana ketchup or tomato ketchup
  • 4tbsp honey
  • 2tbsp oil

Instructions

1

Place pork belly slices in a medium to large bowl.

2

Add soy sauce, lemon juice or calamansi juice, minced garlic, oil, and ground pepper.

3

Let's get dirty, mix well until all the ingredient are combined.

4

Cover the bowl in cling film or transfer the mixture into a ziplock bag.

5

Marinate for 1 hour in the fridge or overnight. The longer you marinate the better it will taste.

6

Take your marinated pork out of the fridge and keep it aside for later. Heat up your grill or BBQ. Brush it with a little oil.

7

Place the pork slices on the grill turning and basting each side. You can prepare your sides while you cook the pork but don't forget about it!

8

Cook until tender, take it off the heat and serve. Liempo is best eaten with some boiled jasmine rice and salad or grilled vegetables.

Notes

Dip: (Filipinos love this simple balanced dip) Soy Vinegar or Lemon Onions, roughly chopped Garlic, minced Tomatoes, Roughly chopped A pinch of ground black pepper

 

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