Preparation Time - 45 Minutes
Preparation Method - Stove Top

Pig Blood Stew

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This dish is known as Dinuguan in Philippine cuisine.

Lori B. | April 13th, 2024

Ingredients are for 4 Servings
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Qty Unit Ingredient
1 pound Pork Butt
2 tablespoons Vegetable Oil
2 cloves Garlic » minced
1 medium Onion » diced
1/4 pound Pork Liver
2 tablespoons Fish Sauce
1 teaspoon Salt
1/2 cup Vinegar
1 1/2 cups Chicken Broth
1 cup Pork Blood » frozen
2 teaspoons Sugar
3 medium Banana Peppers » hot, chopped
Optional Ingredients:
Qty Unit Ingredient
1/4 teaspoon Msg
1/4 teaspoon Dried Oregano
Prep Time Process Time Overall Time
45 Minutes 45 Minutes 1 hour 30 minutes

1. Cover pork with water and simmer on medium-high heat for 30 minutes.

2. Remove pork from broth and dice. Set aside. Save 1 1/2 cups of the cooking liquid.

3. In a 2 quart saucepan, heat oil and sauté garlic and onions for a few minutes, until onions are wilted.

4. Add reserved liquid, diced pork, pork liver, fish sauce, salt and MSG. Sauté for 5 minutes more.

5. Add vinegar and bring to a boil without stirring.

6. Lower heat and simmer uncovered until most of the liquid has evaporated.

7. Add chicken broth. Simmer for 10 minutes.

8. Stir in pig blood and sugar; cook until thick, stirring occasionally to avoid curdling.

9. Add hot banana peppers and oregano and cook for an additional 5 minutes.

10. Serve hot.

Submitted by Lori B. | April 13th, 2024 See all of Lori B.'s Recipes.

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@Madison T. | May 23rd, 2024
Looking forward to trying this recipe. I'm curious to try something new.

I might skip the pork blood though, not sure I'm ready for that yet :)

I gave it a 4

@Diego G. | May 2nd, 2024
I've never tried anything like this before. It looks like a hearty dish. I'm not sure if I can find pork blood easily. Maybe I'll substitute it with something else.

I gave it a 3

@Lily S. | April 14th, 2024
Wow, this recipe reminds me of a Brazilian dish called 'sangue com pimenta'. It's fascinating to see how different cultures use similar ingredients in their food.

I might adjust the spice level to suit my taste, but overall, it's delicious.

I gave it a 4

@Maria S. | April 13th, 2024
As a Filipino, I grew up eating Dinuguan. It's great to see the steps laid out clearly for those who want to try making it. The flavor might be intense for some, but trust me, it's delicious!

Don't skip the pork blood; it's what gives this dish its unique taste."

I gave it a 5

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