Tokwa’t Baboy Recipe is the most ordered dish in bars since it is a good match with beer. One of its ingredients, the tofu or bean curd, is derived from soya milk, popularized by Chinese cuisines and other Asian countries. Tofu is made by curdling fresh soya, pressing it into a solid block, and then cooling it. Such ingredient is a healthy alternative for protein since it is low calories and fats but high in iron.
If you are interested in making your own Tokwa’t Baboy, whether it’s for leisure or business, this recipe will surely help you make a smashing hit dish for everyone to enjoy. The main ingredients are pork and firm tofu, and it’s paired up with the sauce made up of vinegar and soy sauce, bringing extra delight to the dish.
You can even make your own version of the sauce like having it sweet, spicy, or sour depending on your mood. Come check out how you can make this Tokwa’t Baboy recipe and indulge at this well-loved Filipino appetizer!
This version is more of an "ulam" and is served during meal time it can be lunch or dinner and it can be served during breakfast as well if you are one of those Filipinos who prefers to eat heavy breakfast.
Tokwa’t Baboy Recipe
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1 medium onion
- 4 cloves garlic
- ½ cup red beans
- 150 g tofu
- 250 g pork
- 2 cups water
- Fry the tofu in a pan.
- Sauté the garlic, onion, pork and the beans.
- Pour the water and simmer until the meat is tender. (10 minutes)
- Add the sugar and add some salt.
- Add in the fried tofu.
- Turn off the heat and serve.