Level up your cooking with this pork hamonado recipe! It is easy!
In the Philippines, when we say hamonado, we know that it is something sweet. This term came from the Spanish word jamonado, which means prepared like ham or hamon in Tagalog. Despite the similar names, it is different from the ham that we commonly know.
Hamonado is a Pinoy dish that is made of meat marinated and cooked in a sweet pineapple sauce. It may look like adobo at first sight, but it is not. The difference lies in that this dish is a sweet one and without vinegar. Pork is not the only dish that can be cooked this way. You can have chicken too. There are also variations in how it is being cooked. Some would marinate the meat in pineapple sauce first. Others would not. There are also versions that use ketchup or tomato sauce, making it afritada style.
This recipe may not have marinated the meat, but it is super tasty! Try it now!
- 1 kilo for Pork
- ¼ cup of Soy sauce
- 1 can of Pineapple chunks
- 1 tbsp. Sugar, 1 tsp. Salt, ½ tsp. Pepper and Seasoning granules
- 2 – 3 pcs. Onion leeks
- 2 pcs. Onions
- 7 cloves of Garlic
- 1 cup of Water
- Oil for sauté
- Heat the pan with oil and sauté the slice onions.
- Add the slice garlic and sauté.
- Add the slice onion leeks and stir well.
- Add the pork and stir again.
- Stir the pork until slightly cook.
- Add the soy sauce, seasoned with salt, sugar, seasoning granules, pepper and water. Cover
- When its boiling removes the cover and stir. ut in medium heat.
- Cover again and wait the pork to get soft.
- When the pork is soft add the pineapple chunks, turn the heat into high and stir well until the sauce reduce and thicken.
- Served with Rice. Enjoy