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Pork Giniling With Quail Eggs

Pork Giniling With Quail Eggs is made by adding quail eggs to Filipino pork giniling made by ground pork, tomato sauce, onion, garlic, soy sauce, pork broth cube, carrots, potatoes, green peace, bay leaves, bell pepper, pepper and white sugar. Boiled quail eggs makes this dish more appetizing ulam-licious Start preparing your big bowl of hot rice!. It is very popular and well sought after delicacy in Philippines.

PORK GINILING WITH QUAIL EGGS RECIPE

Ingredients:

  • ½ kilo ground pork
  • 1 cup tomato sauce
  • 1 medium onion
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 2 teaspoons of soy sauce (for color)
  • 1 piece pork broth cube
  • 1 small carrots
  • 2 small potatoes
  • ½ cup green peas
  • 2 pieces bay leaves
  • 1 small red bell peppers
  • 1 cup of water
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 to 2 teaspoons white sugar
  • Boiled quail eggs

Directions:

  1. Heat some oil in a pan. Add the garlic and onions and saute for a few minutes. Add the ground pork and saute them all together until it changes color.
  2. Add the bay leaves, soy sauce then season with some black pepper. Add some water to help cook the pork. Cover the pan and simmer for 10 minutes using medium heat.
  3. Add the pork broth cube, carrots, tomato sauce and then mix. Let it cook for 3 to 5 minutes using medium heat.
  4. Add the potatoes and simmer until the potatoes are tender. Do a taste test and adjust the taste using sugar and salt.
  5. Add the green peas, red bell peppers and cook for a few minutes.
  6. During the last minute, add the boiled quail eggs. Stir gently and coat them with the ground pork.
  7. Transfer the pork giniling with quail eggs to a serving plate. Enjoy this with some hot and steaming rice. Yum!

WHAT ARE QUAIL EGGS?

Quail eggs are the type of eggs which are small but terrible. Quail eggs are the eggs of quail birds which are small, brown, and has a short tail. If these birds are small, so as their eggs. The most distinct feature of a quail egg is that, it is not pure white or pure brown. The color of the shell is a mixture of white and black. You can easily spot one once you see them at the market.

When cooked, the quail eggs is very much similar to the chicken egg. There is an egg white and egg yolk, but the ratio of egg yolks to egg whites is much larger for the quail eggs than on chicken eggs. This is why you sometimes hear that quail eggs are high in cholesterol, which is because of it’s yolk.

Unlike chicken eggs, quail eggs are usually boiled than fried. (That would be a super cute sunny side up egg, in case!) The most prominent recipe for quail eggs might be the kwek kwek, since you can find kwek kwek in any point of the country.

Aside from being eaten alone, boiled quail eggs are also added in different dishes to make it more special. One of those recipes is this recipe featured in this blog.

PORK GINILING WITH QUAIL EGGS

Convenient stores are not called convenient stores if they do not have almost anything that you can think of. Of course, there is ready to eat food. During my college days, the pork giniling budget meal from 711 had saved me from a lot of gutom days. Aside from the meal being cheap and affordable, the ulam is actually tasty, considering that it is from a convenient store.

A few months back, the 711 has trended on the social media because their pork giniling meal, which is placed in a box, is very difficult to open. I haven’t eaten much again from 711 after college, and this trend made me want to try their pork giniling again.

Their pork giniling is literally budget meal, but if you want a pork giniling which are a lot of steps better and yummier, try to do the pork giniling at home. The giniling can be made as it is, but we always want to have the best version of it since it is also us who would eat it.

In my version of the pork giniling, I added some quail eggs to make it yummier and more appetizing.

If you wanna know how to make some pork giniling with quail eggs, read and follow the simple steps below. Happy cooking!

HOW TO MAKE PORK GINILING WITH QUAIL EGGS

Making some pork giniling with quail eggs is as easy as eating a peanut. When all the ingredients are ready, all you need to do is to turn them into one amazing dish. This can be done in less than 30 minutes!

Start with preparing and chopping all the necessary ingredients. In this recipe, I used some carrots and potatoes which needs extra chopping beforehand. You can add other veggies you like celery for more colors.

Make sure that you have boiled your quail eggs and have their shells removed. Boiling the quail eggs is very much similar with boiling the regular chicken eggs. A hard boiled quail eggs may take up to 3 minutes to cook.

Get the cooking started by sauteing the ground pork. No need to add oil in this since we will be using the natural oil rendered from the pork. It’s so crazy how many excess oils are in there! But at least, the oil we will use to saute the aromatics is already meaty. The ground pork may take time to cook so don’t just settle when they become brown. Always to a taste test to know if they are cooked enough.

The next thing to do is to add the veggies one by one. Both the potatoes and carrots are tough veggies, which means that they would require quite a time to cook. Add the rest of the ingredients and just wait for it to come together. You may add the quail eggs at a later time, like a decoration on the serving plate if you like.

I really love this dish as a rice topper in my big bowl of hot steaming rice. Yum!

Pork Giniling

Course: Pork Recipes
Servings

6

servings

Ingredients

  • ½ kilo ground pork

  • 1 cup tomato sauce

  • 1 medium onion

  • 4 cloves of garlic

  • 2 teaspoons of soy sauce (for color)

  • 1 piece pork broth cube

  • 1 small carrots

  • 2 small potatoes

  • ½ cup green peas

  • 2 pieces bay leaves

  • 1 small red bell peppers

  • 1 cup of water

  • Salt and pepper to taste

  • 1 to 2 teaspoons white sugar

  • Boiled quail eggs

Directions

  • Heat some oil in a pan. Add the garlic and onions and saute for a few minutes. Add the ground pork and saute them all together until it changes color.
  • Add the bayleaves, soy sauce then season with some black pepper. Add some water to help cook the pork. Cover the pan and simmer for 10 minutes using medium heat.
  • Add the pork broth cube, carrots, tomato sauce and then mix. Let it cook for 3 to 5 minutes using medium heat.
  • Add the potatoes and simmer until the potatoes are tender. Do a taste test and adjust the taste using sugar and salt.
  • Add the green peas, red bell peppers and cook for a few minutes.
  • During the last minute, add the boiled quail eggs. Stir gently and coat them with the ground pork.
  • Transfer the pork giniling with quail eggs to a serving plate. Enjoy this with some hot and steaming rice. Yum!
PORK GINILING

PORK GINILING RECIPE (TAGALOG)

Mga Sangkap:

  • ½ kilo ng giniling na baboy
  • 1 tasa ng tomato sauce
  • 1 sibuyas
  • 4 butil ng bawang
  • 2 kutsarita ng toyo (pang kulay lang)
  • 1 piraso ng pork broth cube
  • 1 maliit na carrot
  • 2 maliit na patatas
  • ½ tasa ng green peas
  • 2 piraso ng bay leaves
  • 1 maliit na red bell peppers
  • 1 tasa ng tubig
  • Asin at paminta
  • 1 – 2 kutsarita ng asukal na puti
  • Itlog ng pugo (nilaga)

Paano Lutuin:

  1. Magpainit ng mantika. Ilagay ang sibuyas at bawang at igisa ng ilang minuto. Sunod na ilagay ang giniling na baboy at lutuin ito hanggang mag iba ang kulay.
  2. Ilagay ang dahon ng laurel, toyo, at konting paminta. Maglagay ng konting tubig para mas maluto ang baboy. Takpan ang kawali at hayaan itong maluto ng 10  minuto gamit ang katamtamang apoy.
  3. Ilagay ang pork broth cube, carrots, tomato sauce at haluin. Lutuin ito ng 3 – 5 minuto gamit ang katamtamang apoy.
  4. Ilagay ang mga patatas at lutuin hanggang lumambot. Tikman ito at iadjust ang lasa  gamit ang asin at asukal.
  5. Ilagay ang green peas, red bell peppers at lutuin pa ng ilang minuto.
  6. Bago matapos maluto, ilagay ang mga itlog ng pugo at medyo haluin ito.
  7. Ilipat ang pork giniling with quail eggs sa serving plate. Enjoyin ito kasama ng mainit na kanin. Yum!

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