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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

'Kare-Kare' Stew with Miso Sauce: Paleo: Philippine Stew with A Twist

The Kare-kare Pork Stew 

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The kare-kare is a Philippine pork stew that is normally made with toasted ground rice, coconut milk, pechay, eggplant, banana blossoms and ground peanuts. It is normally eaten with steamed rice and shrimp fry. This recipe is my take on the dish.

Stew Ingredients:
3/4 c water
2 tsp miso
1/2 c coconut milk
1 tsp freshly ground peanuts
1 clove garlic minced
1-2 broccoli florets
2 small pork chops 
1 small pack enoki mushrooms
1 c spinach
salt to taste
optional: 1 tsp rice

Sauce Ingredients:
1/4 c water
1 T light miso

Stew Procedure:
Heat a pot in medium heat with 4 c water
Put the pork chops in the pot
Slow cook until tender 
(leaving about 3/4 c water for the sauce)
Add the coconut milk, garlic and rice
Simmer until the rice is cooked 
(Note: rice is optional)
Put the miso, eggplant slices and the ground peanuts inside the pot
Cook until sauce is a little bit thick
Add the broccoli and mushrooms 
Add the spinach
Turn the heat off
Serve with the miso sauce 

Procedure To Make The Sauce:
Put the water and miso in a pot
Mix the miso and water with a whisk while cooking
Cook until slightly thick.
Pour on top of the stew


Pork chops

 Coconut milk

Minced garlic 

pork, coconut milk and minced garlic

Ground peanuts, coconut milk and pork

Pork, coconut milk, ground peanuts, miso and garlic 

Eggplant slices added to the stew

Coconut milk, eggplants, pork, and enoki mushrooms


Broccoli added to the stew

The miso sauce

The finished 'Kare - kare Pork Stew'


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