17 Filipino Pork Recipes Your Family Will Absolutely Love!

Pork, a culinary name used for meat from domestic pigs, is one of the most commonly consumed meat in the Philippines.

We have listed below 17 of the most popular Filipino Pork Recipes you can cook today to give a variety of dishes your family would definitely enjoy

1. Easy Pork Hamonado Recipe


Pork hamonado is a Filipino dish that was prepared by cooking the meat in pineapple juice, giving the tender meat a perfect balance of sweet and savory. Check the recipe HERE.

2. Pork Ginataan (Ginataang Baboy)


Ginataan is a popular dish in the Philippines that uses coconut milk. Coconut milk adds flavor to the dish and heightens the flavor of the main ingredients used. Check the recipe HERE.

3. Pork Adobo Recipe

pork adobo recipe

Pork adobo is cooked by simmering the meat with garlic, soy sauce, vinegar, bay leaf, ground pepper and water until tender.

Per serving:

  • 398 calories
  • 30g fat
  • 10g saturated fat
  • 3g carbohydrates
  • 2g sugar
  • 1041mg sodium
  • 26 g protein
  • 97mg cholesterol

Check the recipe HERE.

4. Pork Mechado Recipe

pork mechado recipe

Pork Mechado dish is a beef stew from Spanish that has become favorites of many Filipino’s, that some have adopted it and put a twist to it by using pork instead of beef.

Pork Mechado is a simple dish that can easily be prepared by combining pork slices, potato, frozen green peas and bell peppers.

Check the recipe HERE.

5. Pork Bistek Recipe


Pork bistek is a dish prepared the way a beefsteak does by stewing pork meat with soy sauce, calamansi and onions. Check the recipe HERE.

6. Pork Nilaga Recipe


Pork nilaga is prepared by boiling pork with potato and bok choy. It is best served with rice with spicy fish sauce for dipping. Check the recipe HERE.

7. Pork And Peas Recipe

Pork and Peas recipe

Pork and peas is a super easy, tasty dish that can be prepared using only one pan. Check the recipe HERE.

8. Pork Barbecue Recipe

Pork Barbecue Recipe

Barbecue is a dish prepared by flaming up charcoals, placing a metal grill on top of it and cooking the pork meat above the metal grill. Check the recipe HERE.

9. Pork Estofado Recipe

Pork Estofado Recipe

Pork Estofado is a stewed meat with tomato-sauced as the liquid, chopped potatoes, carrots and bell pepper (optional). Check the recipe HERE.

10. Chicharon Baboy Recipe

Chicharon Baboy Recipe

Chicharon is prepared by deep frying pork skin with the fat and meat until it puffs up and become crispy and crunchy. Check the recipe HERE.

11. Pork Humba

Pork Humba

Pork Humba of braised pork belly is cooked with a soy-based sauce flavored with star anise. Check the recipe HERE.

12. Pork Asado

Pork Asado

Pork Asado is a braised dish that was originally a Chinese recipe made of marinated pork. Check the recipe HERE.

13. Grilled Pork Liempo

Grilled Pork Liempo

Grilled Pork liempo is a dish prepared by marinating pork belly with a mixture similar to pork adobo recipe. Check the recipe HERE.

14. Pork Binagoongan

Pork Binagoongan

Pork Binagoongan is prepared by sautéing pork in tomato and stewed in shrimp paste and garnishing with chili slices before serving. Check the recipe HERE.

15. Bicol Express

Bicol Express

Bicol Express is a popular Filipino dish made up of pork meat and cooked with coconut milk or gata, shrimp paste or bagoong alamang, chili pepper and some onions. Check the recipe HERE.

16. Pork Dinuguan

Pork Dinuguan

Pork Dinuguan is a dish made up of pork (pig), internal organs of pig (this particular recipe doesn’t include this) and pig’s blood that gives it a blackish color. The pork meat is cooked in pig’s blood, vinegar, and spices which make it savory, tangy and hot according to your taste. Check the recipe HERE.

17. Lumpiang Shanghai

Lumpiang Shanghai

Lumpia is a dish originally from China was brought by Chinese who migrated to the Philippines. It was adapted by the Filipinos and come up with different versions of it which later was called Lumpia. Lumpiang Shanghai or spring rolls in English is cooked by mixing pork, minced onion, carrots and spices which held up together by beaten egg. Check the recipe HERE.

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