How to cook: Dinuguan (pork and blood stew)


Dinuguan comes from the root word dugo, or blood. This dish is so named because it is a stew made with the blood of a freshly-slaughtered pig. Traditionally cooked using a mixture of pork cheeks, lungs and intestines, this version -- made with pork belly, cheeks and liver -- should make the not-too-adventurous less … [Read more...]