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Pork Estofado (Stewed Pork)

By: Bebs Lott
Updated November 07, 2019
Pork Estofado (Stewed Pork)
Pork Estofado Stewed Pork

"Try this Pork Estofado, another classic Filipino dish of soy-vinegar stew with distinctive flavors from fried plantains, banana blossoms, and caramelized sugar. Estofado or ‘Estufado’ is a Filipino dish of stewed pork cooked in vinegar and soy sauce with fried plantains that gives out a burst of flavor. It is also slightly sweet from added sugar. The word Estofado came from the Spanish word “estofar,” which translates to “stewed,” or simply to braise in a covered pan—which is how this dish is cooked. But the Filipino Estofado is 100% local. "

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