Tokwa’t Baboy (pork and tofu)
Tokwa’t baboy(Pork and tofu)………… a very popular side dish of lugaw (congee) or we can called them as one of the best “Partner dish”. It is a simple recipe compose of fried pork ears, pork meat and fried tofu best served with vinegar dressing made with soy sauce, garlic, onion, pepper and chillies. I remember when I was a student, every morning near the bus stop, there is a very famous lugawan stall (congee cart) where you sit and eat at the streets. For only 3.00(approx 0.10 cents nzd) pesos I got a bowl of lugaw (congee) and free air pollution since it was located in the streets…LOL!!!!!
- 1/2 kilo of mixed pork ears and meat (boiled with salt) then fried and chopped into dice
- 4-5 pcs of fried tofu chopped into same size as pork
- 1 cup vinegar
- 1/4 cup soy sauce
- chopped chillies
- chopped onions
You can keep in a bottle and use for over a month.
- combine chopped pork meat, ears and tofu in a bowl, dress with a little vinegar dressing.
- Best served with congee or lugaw