Ilonggo pata recipes

La Paz Batchoy

La Paz Batchoy

My father is Ilonggo but we never set foot in Iloilo in our entire lives, except my dad. The pork legs or pata is chopped and grilled in live charcoal and then it is boiled with monggo beans until fork tender
Grilled Pork Monggo with Banana Blossom

Grilled Pork Monggo with Banana Blossom

This is my tatay's recipe and I think it's an Ilonggo recipe being my tatay a pure Ilonggo decent. We were having dinner when I asked my mom what she will be cooking on Sunday and she told Nilagang Pata
Nilagang Pata ng Baka (Ilonggo Style)

Nilagang Pata ng Baka (Ilonggo Style)

Ingredients. 2. 5 – 3 lbs. beef hocks, washed, cleaned and cut into serving pieces. 1 can unripe jackfruit. 3-4 stalks pechay leaves, cut and washed
Ilonggo specialties and more at Bauhinia Filipino Cuisine

Ilonggo specialties and more at Bauhinia Filipino Cuisine

And last but certainly not the least was the Pata. It was a galore of Ilonggo specialty recipes we had to taste that night and a few days ago I was back again at Bauhinia to reconnect my tastes buds with these delectable offerings
The flavors of modern Iloilo at Punot Restaurant

The flavors of modern Iloilo at Punot Restaurant

SEAFOOD ALA PUNOTDiscover the flavors of modern Iloilo as the pride of Estancia, Iloilo now caters the discriminating tastebuds of the Ilonggos in Iloilo City
Sooo Pinoy in Davao City RELOADED! Day 2

Sooo Pinoy in Davao City RELOADED! Day 2

Buffets form part a large of the Davao gastronomic scene and I had my first at Probinsya serving Balbacua (a gingery version of the Ilonggopata), Kare-kare, Lechon Liempo, Laing and assorted kakanin
Sooo Pinoy in Davao at Kusina Selera

Sooo Pinoy in Davao at Kusina Selera

Chicken Binakol is a staple Ilonggo dish and had among the most number of appearance during the Sooo Pinoy Iloilo-Boracay leg and surprisingly we had two here in Davao
An epic Davao food trip with Sooo Pinoy Day 2

An epic Davao food trip with Sooo Pinoy Day 2

Buffets form part a large of the Davao gastronomic scene and I had my first at Probinsya serving Balbacua (a gingery version of the Ilonggopata), Kare-kare, Lechon Liempo, Laing and assorted kakanin
Seafood galore with a dash of football

Seafood galore with a dash of football

But if you're not a fan of seasfood or has some allergy considerations, don't fret for they also have meat dishes like crispy pata an native litsong manok, to name a few