Friday, May 28, 2010

Recipe - Porkloin Fajita ala Tocino

(Marvin busy cooking the Porkloin Fajita ala Tocino at home; he claims his pre-fajita cut version is tastier than his dad's original recipe and yes, he is more comfortable using a spoon and fork than a square turner.)

Cooking is one of the best entertainment and a healthy exercise of your mind, your body and your taste buds. Why not try this tasty Pinoy Blogger recipe to entertain yourself, your family and your guests… enjoy!

1 lb porkloin meat
3 Tbsp Kikkoman Soy Sauce
4 Tbsp brown sugar
3 Tbsp Pineapple (or Apple Cider) Vinegar
2 Tbsp Minced Garlic
½ lb sweet onions (or shallots) chopped into thin slices
1 small spice bottle (or in plastic cube) of bay leaves

1. Cut into ½ inch thick crosswise the porkloin meat;
2. Mix the porkloin meat, Kikkoman Soy Sauce, brown sugar, pineapple vinegar and minced garlic and   marinate for 30 minutes;
3. use a preheated (3 to 4 minutes) frying pan to cook the marinated porkloin meat for 6 minutes as you sprinkle bay leaves on one side;
4. turn the meat slices and cook for another 5 minutes as you sprinkle bay leaves on this side and spread the diced sweet onions on the meat;
5. turn stove (or gas burner) off after given 5 minutes, leave cooked meat on pan for 3 minutes, then cut the meat slices into fajita sizes (bite size) and serve.

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