Pork Tocino

Experience a different breakfast delight with this sweet morning treat. This tocino dish can be easily prepared ahead of time and enjoyed every day of the week.

  • Required cooking skill level

  • 2-5
    persons serving
  • 30
    minutes preparation time

INGREDIENTS

  • 500 grams Pork kasim, sliced thinly

MARINADE

  • 1 tablespoon Coarse salt

  • 6 tablespoons White sugar

  • 3 tablespoons Achuete seeds dissolved in 3 tablespoons hot water, strained

  • ¼ cup Hapi Fiesta Palm Oil

  • ½ cup Datu Puti Vinegar, for dipping sauce

Preparation

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    1Combine sliced pork with salt, white sugar and strained achuete water. Mix using your hands to incorporate marinade into the meat.

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    2Marinate for 24 hours to allow flavors to fully coat the tocino mix.

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    3Heat Hapi Fiesta Palm Oil in a skillet.

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    4Lay down the tocino strips in the skillet and cook until pork changes color.

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    5Rub the tocino into the skillet to caramelize it, moving the pan regularly to prevent the tocino from burning, about 5 minutes. Tocino is cooked when the marinade starts to coat each pork strip and it starts to brown.

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    6Serve with a dipping sauce of Datu Puti Vinegar.

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    1Combine sliced pork with salt, white sugar and strained achuete water. Mix using your hands to incorporate marinade into the meat.

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    2Marinate for 24 hours to allow flavors to fully coat the tocino mix.

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    3Heat Hapi Fiesta Palm Oil in a skillet.

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    4Lay down the tocino strips in the skillet and cook until pork changes color.

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    5Rub the tocino into the skillet to caramelize it, moving the pan regularly to prevent the tocino from burning, about 5 minutes. Tocino is cooked when the marinade starts to coat each pork strip and it starts to brown.

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    6Serve with a dipping sauce of Datu Puti Vinegar.