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Friday, May 23, 2014

'Nilaga'' Pork Stew With Bok Choy: Paleo: Philippine Stew

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4 and 1/2 cups water
1/2 tsp salt
1 baby Bok choy stalk
1/8 of a medium onion
1/8 of a small cabbage
1 slice (about 1 inch thick)
.95 lbs of boned-in pork chops (about 1 lb)
pepper to taste

The original dish does not have rice and is usually eaten with steamed rice. I added 2 tsp rice here (optional) while cooking as i do not plan to eat that much rice.

Heat a pot in low heat
Put the water and the pork in the pot.
Simmer for about 45 minutes in very low heat or until the pork is tender.
Add the onion.
(Add the rice at this point if you are cooking the stew with 2 tsp rice)
Simmer until the rice is cooked.
Add the plantain.
Add the cabbage and the Bok choy stems.
Turn off the heat.
Add the Bok choy leaves.
Cover the pot until the Bok choy leaves are cooked.
Serve with Braggs Liquid Aminos (or soy sauce) and lime juice as dipping sauce

Note: I used a little salt here because i used a dipping sauce while eating this dish made from Braggs Liquid Aminos (or use soy sauce) and key lime juice.

 Yield: 1 serving

More Pictures:

Pork chop in water

Onions added

Plantain added

Purple cabbage and baby Bok choy stems added

baby Bok choy leaves added 

The 'Nilaga' Pork Stew

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