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Pork Guisantes (Filipino Pork and Peas)

Pork Guisantes (Filipino Pork and Peas) created by Cristina D.

From www.foodnetwork.com, the best that I've ever made. I love the flavor from the patis (fish sauce). I also add red and or green bell pepper for the color and taste. Pretty Christmas color dish!

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  • Heat oil in large skillet.
  • Saute garlic, onions and pork until browned.
  • Add soy sauce, patis, water and bay leaf.
  • Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer until pork is tender, about 5-7 minutes.
  • Add tomato paste, peas and pimientos.
  • Simmer for another 5 more minutes.
  • Salt to taste.
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"From www.foodnetwork.com, the best that I've ever made. I love the flavor from the patis (fish sauce). I also add red and or green bell pepper for the color and taste. Pretty Christmas color dish!"
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  1. Cristina D.
    Pork Guisantes (Filipino Pork and Peas) Created by Cristina D.
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  2. Cristina D.
    Super easy and tasty weeknight meal. I added zucchini to the mix (plus extra water and extra simmer time). You can skip the tomato paste for an even simpler version.
    Reply
  3. vickyneric
    it was good! Served it with steamed rice and it was a great dinner!
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  4. Teenah
    From www.foodnetwork.com, the best that I've ever made. I love the flavor from the patis (fish sauce). I also add red and or green bell pepper for the color and taste. Pretty Christmas color dish!
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