Pork Piña Giniling Recipe
Level up your pork giniling recipe with the goodness of pineapples!
Pork Giniling (also known as Giniling na Baboy) is a staple in Filipino cuisine, as it’s a versatile recipe that you can customize according to your taste. Most recipes call for a certain mix of vegetables but we’re making it the piñaka masarap it’s ever been with Del Monte Pineapples!
Categories : Main Dish, Pork, Del Monte Pineapple & Pinoy Dishes
Culture : Filipino
Tagal ng Paghahanda : 15 min.
Tagal ng Pagluluto : 23 mins.
Serving Size : 3
- 2 kutsara ng mantika
- 1/2 kutsara ng garlic, crushed
- 1 1/2 kutsara ng onion, red, sliced
- 150 g pork, ground
- 1 1/2 kutsarita ng soy sauce
- reserved pineapple syrup
- 1 kutsara ng tubig
- 1/4 cup ng potato, diced
- 1/4 cup ng carrot, diced
- 3/4 kutsara ng raisins (optional)
- salt, to taste
- sugar, to taste
- pepper, to taste
- 1 pouch DEL MONTE Pineapple Tidbits (200g), drained, reserve syrup
- Heat oil in a pan over medium heat until it begins to shimmer.
- Sauté garlic and onion in oil for 5 minutes or until soft and fragrant.
- Add ground pork and sauté until lightly browned. Drain any excess oil.
- Slowly drizzle in the soy sauce while constantly mixing to evenly distribute it.
- Add the reserved pineapple syrup, water, potato, carrot, and raisins.
- Season with salt, sugar, and pepper to taste. Bring to a boil then simmer for 15 minutes or until vegetables are tender.
- Add DEL MONTE Pineapple Tidbits then cook for another 3 minutes.
- Taste once more to check for seasoning, adjust accordingly.
- Serve your Pork Giniling hot with rice.
This dish contains vitamin A that helps prevent infections by keeping the immune system healthy. It also has vitamin C that aids in wound healing.
Potato turns brown after slicing. Soak immediately in water to avoid discoloration.
Kinakailangang kakayahan sa pagluluto
- Pagpapakulo sa mahinang apoy
Kinakailangang gamit sa kusina
- Chopping Board
- Measuring Spoon
- Wooden Spatula
- Mga Measuring Cup