Make your lunch memorable with this bopis recipe! Learn how to prepare it in this video!
The name bopis came from the Spanish term bopiz, but its meaning is unknown. Little is known about this recipe, but we cannot deny its savory taste that appeals to many Filipinos. This Pinoy dish, which is also known as kandingga, has a strong flavor: it is exotic, spicy, and delicious! It is made of the lungs and heart of pork or beef, with the former more commonly used. Sautéed with tomatoes, chillies, and onions, its flavors are deep. You can also find different other ingredients added to it, depending on the region you are in. In this recipe, we added carrots and bell pepper.
Bopis is perfect with white rice! However, it is also a favorite pulutan and eaten while drinking alcoholic beverages. In whatever way you may want to eat it, use this recipe! You will surely have a fun time!
- 1 Kilo of Ground Lungs Pig (Cook)
- 2 pcs. Carrots slice diced
- 2 pcs. Green Chili slice
- 3 pcs. Bell pepper slice diced
- 1 big Onion slice diced
- 7 cloves of Garlic slice diced
- ¼ cup of Vinegar
- 1 tbsp. of Sugar, 1 tsp. Salt, Pepper and Seasoning powder
- 3 tbsp. of Ketchup
- ¼ cup of Soy sauce
- 3 tbsp. Oil for sauté
- 1/8 cup of Butter for sauté
- ¼ cup of Atsuete Oil
- Water for boiling Ground Pig
- In a pot with water boil the pig lungs with salt and vinegar for 15 minutes. Set aside
- Cut all the ingredients in medium diced.
- Heat the pan and put the butter and oil and sauté garlic until golden brown.
- Add the onion and sauté for another 20 seconds.
- Add the boiled pig lungs and seasoned with salt, pepper, sugar, seasoning granules.
- Then add vinegar and soy sauce. Mix well and cook in medium flame for 5 minutes.
- Add the carrots and bell pepper diced, 2 minutes before cooking time add the ketchup and chili finger. Mix well
- Lastly add the atsuete oil and stir until dry and cook.
- Served with Rice. Enjoy!