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To make the pork skin crispier, splash small amount of water in oil while cooking - but beware. Lechon Kawali is not so meticulous in preparation. Just rub salt and ground pepper on both sides of pork belly or pork chop; then set aside to let the flavor seep into the meat. Oil must very hot, too. And, yes, water is also splattered while deep-frying. The dip can be the spicy-sweet vinegar and soy sauce or just the simple ketchup. On special occasions, achara (pickled unripe papaya flakes) is served as a side dish to the crispy pork. Kawali' is Filipino term for 'wok' or frying pan. Kare-Kare is an old recipe that traditionally requires ox tail and ox tripe, along with an assortment of vegetables. Since beef requires long boiling time to be soft and tender, pork, chicken, and fish for also used for kare-kare dishes. When annatto is not available, food coloring is used to get the brownish color of stew. Peanut butter is a good alternative for peanut paste and sauce thickener can be ordinary flour or cornstarch, instead of the rice flour. Bagoong (shrimp paste) is always a partner for kare-kare but served separately.
Caldereta is obviously of Spanish origin but the Filipinos had made lots of changes in the way the dish is cooked. Caldereta also uses annatto but tomato sauce is the preferred alternative. Beef is the traditional meat for caldereta but goat meat is also a popular choice. Sauteed in liver spread and siling labuyo, the dish acquires a richness of taste that is unforgettable. Potato, carrot, and bell pepper may be added. Kilawin is like ‘cooking with vinegar or citrus juice alone’ -- without using heat. Like the Japanese, the Filipinos have a penchant for raw fish or shellfish. Usually, the fish or shellfish are cleaned and washed very thoroughly and drained well before marinated in vinegar and seasonings. The kilawin recipe is also used on scorched skin of goat to make ‘kinilaw na kambing’. Some vegetables like eggplant, cucumber, and ampalaya are also used to make veggie kinilaw. Lechon is the Spanish word for ‘suckling pig’ but in Philippine cuisine, ‘lechon’ is ‘any meat roasted whole’ like the pig, cow, and chicken. Filipinos love to serve lechon to celebrate big and special occasions like weddings and town feasts.