Great food from the Philippines: Sizzling Pork Steak

by Dave from The Longest Way Home ~ October 28th, 2009. Updated on May 30th, 2012. Published in: Travel blog » Food around the world » Filipino food.
Sizzling pork steak from the Philippines (click to enlarge)

Sizzling pork steak from the Philippines

Sizzling Pork Steak from the Philippines

One of the things many travelers will notice about meat in the Philippines is that it usually come’s chopped up. One of the reasons for that is Filipino’s generally prefer small portions, little pieces and tender meat. Hence in local eateries it’s not so easy to get a knife.

Sizzling pork Steak is usually only found at special fiestas or night time food markets. You’ll see long strips of half inch thik  pork steaks with a back of fat lined up on plates. They BBQ the pork steak and then chop it up into small bite sized pieces.

The downside here is that you don’t get the satisfaction of carving up your own meat. It’s also quite fatty. The plus side is that sizzling pork steak makes great finger food and goes very well with San Miguel beer. So you won’t feel the guilt of eating the calorie high consumption until the next day!

This is an additional post and one of a series highlighting Filipino food

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2 Great responses to Great food from the Philippines: Sizzling Pork Steak

  1. Web designer says:

    Yum yum will try to have that Pork Steak That’s gorgeous! I hope I’ll be able to visit Philippines soon, I’ve heard so many great things about it.

  2. FUN & FACT says:

    What a BEAUTIFUL site-such a treat when you can’t go yourself-wonderful photos!! Thanks so much