Igado recipes

Ilocano Igado

Ilocano Igado

) I am starting out with this very tasty pork liver & pork meat stew famous among Filipinos as igado
Igado

Igado

Yesterday, I've been craving for Igado and wanted to check if I can cook it the way how my late mom cooked it
Igado: Stewed Pork Loin, Liver & Innards

Igado: Stewed Pork Loin, Liver & Innards

I am actually tempted to give this Igado a moniker - Nueva Viscayan Igado. Igado. I know, we have already posted a few recipes of igado (check them out here) Like any other dishes, there are many variations of igado depending on who is cooking and their cultural background
Igado nga Silet (Sweet Intestines Stewed in Vinegar)

Igado nga Silet (Sweet Intestines Stewed in Vinegar)

Igado nga Silet. While Joy is busy with her pork binagoongan (see her recipe here ), I on my experimental Dinuguang baboy (see recipe here), and Farah and Kristine watching and pacifying the naughty kids, Frederick is meticulously tending to his recipe of Igado nga silet

Igado

Igado is a Filipino dish with pork tenderloin, green peas, and bell peppers in a tangy and savory sauce for an easy weeknight dinner
Simple Ilocano Pork Igado

Simple Ilocano Pork Igado

Igado. -) Igado is originally an Ilocano dish that consist of meat and innards stewed in vinegar with either salt, fish sauce, and/or soy sauce
Filipino Beef Salpicao Recipe

Filipino Beef Salpicao Recipe

This garlicky dish is Spanish-influenced just like the other famous Filipino dishes such as Brazo de Mercedes, Adobo, Callos, Menudo, Escabeche, Lengua Estofado, Igado, Afritada, Mechado, Paella and Tinolang Manok
Chicken Curry (Pinoy Style)

Chicken Curry (Pinoy Style)

So, the usual menudo, caldereta, adobo, igado, anything fried and chicken curry were our everyday delight
Pork Salpicao Recipe

Pork Salpicao Recipe

This garlicky Pinoy dish is Spanish-influenced just like the other famous Filipino dishes such as Brazo de Mercedes, Adobo, Callos, Menudo, Escabeche, Lengua Estofado, Igado, Afritada, Mechado, and Paella
Kilayin

Kilayin

Quite similar to the Ilocano’s igado, kilayin is a classic Kapampangan delicacy wherein diced pork, liver and heart are marinated and cooked in vinegar and spices until tender and full-flavored
Adobong Buto-Buto ng Baboy

Adobong Buto-Buto ng Baboy

Dinakdakan, dinardaraan, lauya, igado, and of course adobo to name a few. Igado. Adobo again. -) indeed it is

Chicken Adobo with Liver Spread

In fact, it is an important step to note when cooking with vinegar such as in igado or kilawin. Yes, friends, I promised you plenty of new recipes and fresh meal ideas from my recent visit to the Philippines
Eleven Things To Eat in Ilocos

Eleven Things To Eat in Ilocos

Igado (The Ilocos version of Menudo). My brother and I lived for igado. And if I think about it now, Igado is like the Ilocano version of menudo