Thursday, July 10, 2008

Pork Kabobs

Kabobs or as we call it back home barbecue. My DH call them pork on a stick. I usually cut the pork into a long strips. Like you can see half of the stick is covered with pork strips. I got this idea from the rest stop somewhere between Guagua in Pampanga to Olongapo Zambales (I can't remember the name of the town). They sell these same kabobs. Thick and wide cut, I never liked the one they sells at the street in Olongapo. They were really thin and small.


Anyway I marinade this with the mixture of soy sauce, black peppers, powder onions and garlic, and some lemon juice or calamansi (philippine lemon). Or if you don't have any of those I put some 7up in them. Actually that is my secret ingredient...lol. I buy a can or the smallest bottle they have available. And no we don't consume soda. Then you brush your favorite sauce when done. With this ones I used banana ketchup made from Philippines. I like the mix flavor of tangy (pork marinade) and the sweetness of banana ketchup.

Don't forget to soak the bamboo sticks in water before using them. It will slow down the burning of the sticks. You can always use the metal ones you can get from your local grocery store. I like using the bamboo stick because they gives a home away from home feel. Enjoy!

12 comments:

fren_ace said...

wow am hungry!!!!
can you add me in your blog links please? i like you blog it's simple!
i will add you in my blog links also if ok?

Nedekcir said...

Sure, just make sure you add my link too.

Azure Islands Designs said...

mmmm...it is my dinner time and those sure look delicious!!!

Cheers

Grandy said...

That looks yummy!! :)

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Meg said...

These look amazing!!!!!

Nedekcir said...

Hey Ruby, sure you can have some. I have plenty.

Hi Meg, grandy, and Heather thanks for stopping by. They are very easy to make.

Gregorio said...

They look awesome I'm going to try your recipe.I never would have thought to put 7up in.Keep the recipes coming.

Avatar said...

God, I'm hungry already :)
They look a lot like Satay from M'sia.

1stopmom said...

OMG, these look so good. They look just perfect!!

Nedekcir said...

thanks for stopping by Gregorio and 1stopmom.

Avatar maybe they are the same, we only named it differently. who knows? :).

blessedmom said...

yummmmmm yummmm! miss those barbeque back in Pinas!