Cook Time: 30 minutes or less
Visual Recipe By: Chboogs D. Putipina
I tried this one and it tasted good. I remember the BBQ we have in Iligan, and i really miss it. When i was done preparing this one, felt like i was eating the same BBQ back in Phi. Eating on tables placed along the street with friends and co-teachers. This was my first trying Filipino BBQ. You should try it too. Yummy :)
1/2 kilo of pork sliced into slightly thin strips
1/2 cup vinegar
1/4 cup banana ketchup
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 tbsp hot sauce (can add more if you want it spicy)
1 can calamansi soda (sprite would do as a substitute)
1 head of garlic crushed
1 small onion minced
a salt to taste
a few tbsp of cooking oil
Combine the liquid ingredients, sugar, onions and garlic and touch of salt to make your marinade.
Step 2:Add in the strips of pork. Let this marinade for a minimum of 1 hour, preferably overnight in the fridge.
Make sure you soaked your skewers to prevent them from burning when on the grill.
Skewer the meat.
Boil the marinade until it's reduced to half. Transfer into a bowl and mix in some oil. You may use half regular cooking oil half sesame oil (about 2 tbsp of each type of oil). Mix them well. This would be a good glaze as we grill the bbq.
Grill the bbq over charcoal for a few minutes. Probably would take about 5 minutes on each side. Brush both sides with the glaze to give it some shine and color.
Your dipping sauce may just be some spiced vinegar. Crushed garlic, minced onions and chili in some cane vinegar with a few dash of fish sauce and about a tsp of sugar.
Enjoy your Filipino BBQ.