Homemade Pork Tocino

Posted by JMom | Thursday, July 19, 2007 | , , | 15 comments »

TocinoThis recipe earned me the Rockin' Girl Blogger award from the Feisty Cook, Dexie. Although I've described the recipe in this blog previously, I've never really given a recipe since I don't ever measure when I'm making this. This time around though, at Peggy's request, I decided to measure out the marinade.

Continue to the Pork Tocino recipe.

15 comments

  1. Jules // 7/20/2007 2:00 AM  

    AYAYAYAYAYAY! Thanks for posting this recipe! My heart sings for Tocino.

  2. JMom // 7/20/2007 2:46 PM  

    hey jules! hope you like it :)

  3. chateau // 7/20/2007 10:00 PM  

    Hi Jeanette! What a coincidence - i just made chicken tocino the other day and was thinking of blogging about it. Great mommy minds think alike eh? hehe

  4. iska // 7/22/2007 10:47 AM  

    Wow! This is very similar to how I do my home-made tocino, except I don't marinate it for 5 days. Hmmmm... will do it that way next time. Thanks for this recipe!

  5. JMom // 7/23/2007 9:54 AM  

    hi chateau! yep, great minds in synch :) I have yet to try chicken tocino. You should post your recipe!

    Hi iska! Truthfully, there have been times when my family just can't wait that long and we've cooked it almost immediately after the marinade is poured over the meat :) It just tastes better the longer it sits in the flavoring.

  6. thess // 7/24/2007 3:59 AM  

    Ala eh! Tocino din entry ko...tocinado to be exact.

    though never tried tocino using your ingredients...cge next time, I will try :)

    tita J, nasubukan mo yung talong w/ hummus?

  7. chateau // 7/24/2007 9:42 AM  

    Ayayay, it was a bit on the dry side. Will have to tweak on my recipe first hehe. Good thing my critics are very honest - hub and the 2 kids haha

  8. newbie cook // 7/26/2007 1:03 AM  

    hi! can i use white vinegar instead of apple cider vinegar? what's the difference between the 2 of them anyway, in terms of taste? thanks for sharing this recipe =)

  9. JMom // 7/26/2007 9:45 AM  

    hi tita thessie! no, haven't had a chance to make the eggplant/hummus. Husby wanted the eggplant in curry instead, so I have to wait to try the one with hummus.

    Hey, I've tried making spring rolls though, it was a success! Will post soon :)

  10. JMom // 7/26/2007 9:46 AM  

    hi chateau, oh, that's too bad :( Did you use breast meat? Maybe try using thighs next time? We're just all into chicken thighs right now. hehe!

  11. JMom // 7/26/2007 9:49 AM  

    hi newbie cook, sure, you can use white vinegar. There is only a slight difference in taste between the two vinegars. It shouldn't matter much when you use it for this recipe. The apple cider has a slightly milder, sweeter taste, I think. The white is more acidic and straight forward.

    I hope you try making your own tocino. Just remember to cook it slow so it doesn't burn on you. Good luck!

  12. chateau // 8/03/2007 12:23 PM  

    Yes, I used breast. Must use chicken thighs nga next time. I read they are a healthier alternative to red pork/beef meat anyway.

  13. Lani // 8/13/2007 8:02 AM  

    I like this one, new for me using apple cider vinegar. For sure, mas masarap iyan. Thanks.

    Musta na.

  14. stef // 8/26/2007 11:08 AM  

    Yummy!!! How are you, Jmom? Still cooking delicious food, I see. Has school started yet in your area? Just wanted to say HI:D haven't visited in a while:) take care - stef

  15. Vicki // 8/30/2007 8:38 AM  

    chase,
    nagugutom na lang noon ko dah....lol

    my favo gyd ni, if mama makes this ay di lut-an di mahurot.....

    tahnsk for sharing, i do this, i try this....hmhmhmhm

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