Ingredients

How to make it

  • Marinate the pork in the mixture of calamansi juice, pineapple juice, salt, pepper and sugar. Make sure the pork is entirely covered in the mixture.
  • Let it soak overnight.
  • In the morning, drain the pork and save the marinade mixture.
  • In a frying pan, put in about 2 tbsp of cooking oil and put in the pork and cook until brown.
  • Pour in the marinade mixture and cover until pork is tender. Wait for sauce to thicken.

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    " It was excellent "
    sweetrio ate it and said...
    delicious !
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  • toninoname 4 years ago
    I love Filipino food! They're as quick to make and so tasty too. Thanks for posting this recipe. i found great recipes too on http://www.filipino-foods.com too. It is worth a visit. Thanks!
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  • callcenterguy 4 years ago
    Nice one! I've tried this at home and we love it!
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  • toninoname 5 years ago
    Filipino ham makes me remember Christmas time with my family. I sw a video on how to make your own Hamonado on www.filipino-foods.com. You guys should watch it. Thanks fo this post!
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