Inihaw……..Who can say no to a charcoal grilled pork chop, beef ribs, chicken or even fish. Here in New Zealand, I seldom cook a dish using charcoal. Do you know why? Because I find it expensive. To give you an idea, 1 kilo of pork chop is around 7 to 10 dollars depending if it is on special or discounted price, a kilo of fish is around 3-10 dollars depending on its kind. Do you know that a bag of charcoal approx 1-2 kilos could cost you around 10 dollars? (were speaking of New Zealand dollars). But of course, nothing beats the taste when you cook your barbecue using charcoal. How about in your place? is charcoal cheap or expensive?…………………………..Did you know that by using the method of grilling, barbecue or roasting the pork take off its excessive fat? As we all know, Pork fat is related to several heart problems like rising of blood pressure, heart disease and many more. Well, I think eating pork in moderate consumption will not cause this health problems. For me, life is short, eat what you want!!!
Ingredients: serves 6-8 persons
- 1.5 kilo of pork chop
- 1/4 cup soy sauce
- 1 juice from lemon
- 1 tsp ground pepper
- pinch of mix dried herbs (thyme, rosemary and parsley)
- salt to taste
- 1 tbsp fish sauce
- In a mixing bowl, mix all ingredients together and marinate for a minimum of two hours. Best to cook and grill using charcoal.
- Serve hot!
Just craving for a grilled pork, it’s a pinoy style grilled pork chop. I think you will find this in every Malls in my country. Best served with Achara. It’s a pork version of Chicken Inasal (bacolod chicken inasal – grilled chicken). We filipinos really love to have barbeque of any kind. ………..Did you know that moderate eating of pork provides you plenty of health benefits derived from the most prominent vitamins and minerals in each serving. Iron for example, helps keep your energy levels high while building red blood cells to stave off illness and boost immunity…but excessive consumption of pork especially its fat might be hazardous to our health….so, eat pork moderately!
Ingredients: good for 3-4 persons
- 8 pcs pork chops
- 3 pcs calamansi or lemon juice
- 1/2 cup Philippines soy sauce
- 1/2 cup sprite
- 1/2 tsp ground pepper
- 1 tsp fish sauce
- 1/4 cup ketsup (banana ketsup)
- In a mixing bowl, mis all ingredients together and rub pork evenly. marinade for 1 minimum of one hour.
- In a charcoal grill or oven, grill pork to your desired doneness
- Enjoy! bet paired with your favourite vegetable dishes