Dinakdakan recipes

Dinakdakan

Dinakdakan

Dinakdakan is a popular Ilocano dish made from pork's ears and face (mascara) that's boiled and grilled then chopped and added with pork's brain and spices for an excellent taste
Dinakdakan

Dinakdakan

I, for one, had to be “tricked” to try authentic dinakdakan for the first time. Dinakdakan is an Ilocano delicacy made with grilled pork parts such as the face, ears, liver and tongue
Dinakdakan:  Ox Tongue

Dinakdakan: Ox Tongue

I miss dinakdakan a lot. Dinakdakan, is an authentic Ilocano appetizer and a famous pulutan (beer/alcohol drink companion) that is made of boiled or grilled meat and is mixed with animal brain or / and mayonnaise
SIOPAO

SIOPAO

Gumawa ng siopao na kasinlaki ng dimsum at palamanan ito ng ibat ibang uri ng mga putahing pampulutan, tulad ng sisig, kilawin, kaldereta, papaitan at dinakdakan
Dinardaraan:  Crunchy Pork Meat & Intestines

Dinardaraan: Crunchy Pork Meat & Intestines

That includes the pig's brain (see Dinakdakan nga Baboy ), its boney part specially when the meat were intentionally removed, its fats and skins (see Sweet Braised Pork Fat ), and of course its blood
Adobong Buto-Buto ng Baboy

Adobong Buto-Buto ng Baboy

Dinakdakan, dinardaraan, lauya, igado, and of course adobo to name a few. Dinakdakan nga Baboy. Adobo again
Sizzling Sisig

Sizzling Sisig

Dinakdakan 5 from 1 vote. 358 SharesPinShareEmailTweet+1 Recipe. Print. Sizzling Sisig makes a great party appetizer as well as a hearty dinner entree
Kinilaw : Ox Face & Tongue

Kinilaw : Ox Face & Tongue

Kilawin or kinilaw for some, Ilocanos would call it dinakdakan sans the animal's brain. We don't want to call it dinakdakan, though, for some ilocanos, the dish would be called as it is because the meat were cooked
Insarabasab

Insarabasab

It is almost similar to the dinakdakan. Dinakdakan. Like kinilaw, dinakdakan, and sisig, insarabasab is a delicious pulutan (beer / alcohol companion)
Food Trippin' at Robinsons Place Antipolo

Food Trippin' at Robinsons Place Antipolo

At Romeo's, you'll find a variety of regional dishes like Batangas Bulalo, Pinakbet with Bagoong Isda, Mondongo Cagayano, Dinakdakan, Warik-Warik, Papaitan, and Kinilaw, as well as international cuisine like Japanese Tempura and this dish inspired by Thai street food, Hot Spicy Grilled Ginger Chicken (P 275)
Flavors of Ilocos: Paella, Vigan-Style at Hotel Luna

Flavors of Ilocos: Paella, Vigan-Style at Hotel Luna

Executive Chef Raymond Quitilen serves up a local appetizer, the regional Dinakdakan (P 180), delicately grilled pork mask and cheeks with onions and chili peppers, to go with the local salads
In Which We Talk About Street Food…

In Which We Talk About Street Food…

bagnet – the deep-fried pork belly and crackling that is a specialty of that part of the country – is chopped up into crunchy, meaty, fatty bites to become dinakdakan (sauteed with green chilies, red onions, and fresh cucumber in a light, sweet, soy-based sauce), bignet (tossed with chunks of fresh tomato, unripe mango, white onion, and bagoong), and a unique spin on tokwa’t baboy (a dish usually made with pig’s ears and deep-fried tofu in a mixture of soy and vinegar