How to make dinuguan

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How to make dinuguan
Dinuguan is a traditional Filipino dish made from pig intestines and blood with some spices. Many foreigners consider this dish one of the most horrible Filipino dishes, but this is one of the tastiest and simplest dishes, which can be cooked from pork offals.

step-by-step instructions

  1. Ingredients:
    • Pork intestines - all small intestines from one pig
    • Cooked port fat - 1/4 of intestines volume
    • Pigs blood - 1 litre
    • Onion - 1 medium
    • Garlic - 5-6 cloves
    • Ginger - onion sized piece
    • Lemongrass - small bunch of thin leaves
    • Medium green chilli - 5 fruits
    • Soy sauce - 1/2 cup
    • 4% vinegar - 1/3 cup
    • Water - half litre
    • Black pepper - 1/2 tsp
    • Chicke flavours/MSG - 1 tsp
    • Oil for cooking - 3 tbsp

  2. I hope you have cleaned small intestines. If yes, boil them for 5 min, until they lose all red colour. If they are not cleaned - ask your butcher to clean them and then return here.

  3. Remove any glands from the connective tissues of the intestines.

  4. Finely slice vegetables and pork fat. Slice pork intestines.

  5. Add 2 tbsp of vinegar to the blood. Add lemongrass and break down all clotted chunks. Then push it through some thin mesh.

  6. In a wok preheat oil and fry onion with garlic until translucent. Add ginger and cook one more minute. Add intestines and cook them for 5 min, stirring every so often. Add soy sauce and leftover vinegar. Add black pepper and chicken spice. Add pork fat and water and cook for 5 more minutes

  7. Add blood, chilli, bring to a boil and switch off the heat.

  8. Serve with rice and enjoy.

    Watch our video about dinuguan, it shows all the details of how dinuguan was cooked in a real Filipino province






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