Nilagang Baboy (Boiled Pork with Vegetables)

Filipino Nilagang Baboy

My family loves nilaga like this nilagang baboy. This type of recipe are soupy kind of food dish and if we have this recipe on our table, my kids quickly finish their meal and ready to go to their next activity, which is playing. I remember back then that we used to have this dish (we call it nilat-an in our bisayan dialect) during Sunday’s lunch together with my in-laws every weekend.

Anyways, Nilaga in filipino means ‘boiled’ and one of them is this Nilagang Baboy which is another filipino recipe that is easy to make that you just throw everything in the pot and let it cook until tender. Aside from pork, you can use beef, shrimp or any kind you like and just add any vegetables of your choice.

Me, personally like to add Corns and ripe saba (banana plantain) in cooking this filipino dish. I sometimes add pork and beans, and even add a thumb-size ginger for a pungent flavor.

 

Ingredients :

  • 1 lb. pork (choices of belly, hocks, neck or any bony parts of pork), cut into serving pieces
  • 5-6 cups water
  • 3 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 1 onion, quartered
  • 2 green onions (scallions), sliced into 1” long
  • 1/4 tsp. peppercorn
  • salt to taste
  • 2 eddoes- also known as taro or gabi, quartered (optional)
  • 2 potatoes, quartered
  • 1 can pork and beans
  • pechay (bok choy) or cabbage leaves
(Conversions For Cooking)

Cooking Procedures :

  1. Place pork in a big pot and let it covered with water. Bring to a boil. Lower the heat and let it simmer until pork is tender for about an hour.
  2. Remove all the resulting scum that will rise to the top of the pot.
  3. Add crushed garlic, sliced onions, scallions, peppercorn and season with salt.
  4. Add quartered eddoes (if using) and potatoes. Cook until tender.
  5. Add the pork and beans. Simmer for 5 minutes. Correct the seasoning.
  6. Add pechay or cabbage leaves. Do not overcook the green vegetables.
  7. Remove from heat. Serve hot.

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22 Responses to “Nilagang Baboy (Boiled Pork with Vegetables)”

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  1. Arwin says:

    Wahh! I miss pork. Thanks kabayan! pag uwi ko galing dito KSA, itong unang una kung ipapaluto sa aking misis.

  2. johnfranz says:

    first time ko magluto n2, ang tagal natapos pero saya ako kz masarap naman xa,hehehe:)… d2 ako sa abroad hirap mamuhay mag-isa…

  3. Nonoy says:

    Perhaps this can also be called Pork Pochero, can’t it? This is one of my favorite Filipino soups to eat especially on rainy days. Thanks for the recipe. I’ll try this at home.

  4. Princess lavigne says:

    he he try q nga ?

  5. Joel says:

    thanks a lot.. sarap ng luto ko.

  6. Elmer says:

    wow, thanks. This is delicious. 🙂

  7. cherie says:

    maraming salamat po 🙂

  8. Josh says:

    juju… this is my first time to cook special dish and nilagang baboy pa. hope i can make it… thnx for this simple steps/ 🙂

  9. renz says:

    haha try q tong lutuin. madali lng xa lutuin, ideal for busy college students like me. thnx

  10. jovey simmonds says:

    thanks sa recipe na ito. wala na ako maisip na lutin para sa asawa ko.. niluto ko na to, ngayon lang. Thanks so much

  11. chamver says:

    thank you nkatuylong ng malaki

  12. rovelyn says:

    thank you for sharing this nilagang baboy recipe! my kids like it…

  13. she says:

    salamat… this helped me in cooking.

  14. J i v S z k i e says:

    Thanks :))

  15. Cheryll anne Rabina says:

    its my first time to cook this type of recipe..its very tasty, my husband loves it.thanks a lot.

  16. ahr ahr0624@mandaluyong says:

    maraming tnx, dhil d2 nlaman q mdali lng pla nilagang baboy;)

  17. shirlyn camarao says:

    thank you for sharing this nilagang baboy recipe.!.

  18. Jackie rhio says:

    Perfect! Just tried it today msarap tlga.

  19. mhimzie says:

    thanks!! for sharing this nilagang baboy recipe

  20. ruel badua says:

    thanks a lot for sharing nilagang baboy recipe…

  21. rosalind blason says:

    salamat for sharing this nilagang baboy recipe!

  22. Special Force says:

    Thank You!!

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