Pork Humba is a recipe which is very popular here in the Philippines. It has already gone thru a lot cooking variation. Pork humba is also sometimes associated with pork adobo because of some of the common ingredients.
As a Mom, one of the tasks that I need to think is what my child would eat for a meal instead of their usual favorites like hotdog and fried chicken. So as much as I like, I would have to prepare food that can be eaten by my pre-schooler kid.
What’s funny though is she eats the meat, likes the sauce and set aside the pork fats and other ingredients.
I will be showing 2 recipes of Pork Humba. First is the Pork Humba with pineapple juice and the plain basic/original taste Pork Humba…
(1) Easy to cook pork humba with pineapple
- Marinated pork
- Black beans (Do not include the water)
- Banana Blossom
- Brown Sugar
- Pineapple Juice
- Soy Sauce and Pepper
- Black Pepper
- Water as needed
1.) Marinate the pork with soy sauce and pepper
2.) Heat the cooking oil.
3.) Sautee garlic and onion
4.) Add the pork. Cook for 8 minutes.
5.) Pour the pineapple juice.
6.) Add small vinegar, black beans, banana blossoms and the brown sugar.
7.) Pour the liquid (soy sauce with pepper use from marinated pork) . Add water if needed.
For more details, please see the video below:#porkhumbarecipe
(2) Pork Humba Basic Recipes
- Pork Meat
- Soy Sauce & Vinegar
- Black Beans
- Onions & Garlic
- Bay leaves
- Brown Sugar
- Cooking Oil
- Salt & Pepper
Pork Humba Recipe Video:
Feel free to try and share 🙂