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Kare-Kare Night

Yummy! I used pork sinigang cut and lots of pechay and sitaw. Hubby and daughter loved it- they should! Otherwise they'll get hungry if they don't like the way I cook. We all had third helpings. Then there's dessert, Arce's Mantecado Ice Cream. But let's talk about the kare-kare first. I let the meat boil for about and hour and a half (the water contains a clove of garlic) before I added Mama Cita's Kare-Kare mix. Let ot boil again for another fifteen minutes before adding the sitaw and the pechay. And of course, you have to season it with salt and pepper.

Other notable kare-kare that i've tasted came from the kitchen of Tita Baby and Ate Annie (Resti's sister). I also like the kare-kare in Barrio Fiesta but not in Aristocrat.

Next time I cook kare-kare, I plan to try it with ox tripe though I guess I have to use pressure cooker.

Ciao!

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