Pork Barbecue, Filipino Cooking Style

Jun 12


Pork barbecue is a fast selling food item. It’s easy to cook and convenient for the hungry customer. The only thing I dislike about grilling the pork barbecue is the smoke. In our old neighborhood, I told the maid to grill just outside the gate. Now some passerbys often think we are selling barbecue. Hehe, maybe I will sell them one of these days. Anyway, I prefer my barbecue to be a bit sweet. Here’s my recipe for Pork Barbecue Marinade:

2 kilo pork slices (liempo)
1 bottle 7-UP
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup vinegar
2 Tablespoons minced garlic
2 Tablespoons hot sauce
2 Tablespoons worcestershire sauce
3 Tablespoons salt
Black Pepper

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Noemi Lardizabal-Dado (358 Posts)

Noemi, Editor of Blog Watch and features editor of Philippine Online Chronicles is a 55 year old mother to three kids and is married to Atty. Luis H. Dado. She loves being a full time mother and homemaker after retiring as a Researcher/Consultant from the UP Institute for Small Scale Industries in 1987. Now that her children are all college graduates, she devotes her time to grief support, blogging, new media events and using her blogs to promote online advocacies. Her personal blog is at aboutmyrecovery.com, which garnered numerous awards such as Best Website, Blog Category during the 9th and 10th Philippine Web Awards. Her blog also won in the Blog- Personal Category of the DigitalFilipino.com Web Awards 2007 and Globelines Broadband Family Blog Award (in honor of family-oriented blogging) 2007 Philippine Blog Award. Globe also recognized her as Digital Elder in the 2009 Philippine Blog Award.


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  • marione

    Hi i’d love to try your barbecue marinade recipe but i’d just like to clarify the size of the 7-up for the recipe :) thanks!

  • http://porkbbq rosalie adame

    Hi i’d love to try your barbecue marinade recipe but i just like to clarify the size of the 7-up.

    thanks!

  • alma

    hi! ur bbq recipe seems yummy. will dfinitely try it out one of this days. since summer is just around the corner, i’m also planning to set up a refreshment stand beside our sarisari store. i’ve always loved the samalamig concoction gelatin with milk but dunno how to make it. do u happen to have the recipe for it or a website w/c features samalamig recipes? thanks!

  • jerry miller

    my father in laws from cebu ( actually poro ) and he and my mother in law live next door and hes always making better bar b que pork than me ,he wont tell me his recipe for marinade ha ha , so maybe now ive found his secret thanks to you , even if not it sounds like a great recipe , i loved the bar b ques when we were visiting cebu there was a place just a few doors down from i think it was the magellon hotel that had the best chicken bar g que . i couldnt get enough , been married to a great filipina lady for 15 yrs now and love the food probaly why my waist line is now larger than my IQ , once again salamit , for this recipe

  • Fia

    That sounds great right now, haven’t had this in years. Maybe I can wow my uncle now that I can cook, (he is the official griller/bbq-er around here) Going to try this soon.

  • http://www.moushigo.com/ Ken

    Greetings!

    Which of the ingredients do you think improves the smell of the barbecue’s smoke while it is being cooked? Hmmm, please help me out or email me. Thanks ^_^

  • noemi

    @ken- the garlic!

  • http://www.moushigo.com/ Ken

    Excellent! I was kinda having a hunch that it would be the garlic ^_^

  • jay

    does vinegear make pork chewy? Royal tru orange is a nice substitute for 7 up and vinegar.

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  • ogz

    hi, do I have to brush anything on the barbecue while grilling it?
    Is the 1 bottle of 7-up equivalent to 1 can of 7-up? :)

  • noemi

    use the excess marinade to brush the meat.

    1 bottle of 7 up approximately 1 glass or 1 bottle.

  • ahvic pabilani

    i used to sell barbeque before…my customers liked my barbeque,because it taste soo delicious.yummy…i only mixed it with brown sugar,pepper,lot’s of garlic & soy sauce…try it..

  • ahvic pabilani

    i also have a yummy pork barbeque recipe…..my customers said that it is soo delicious..

  • sheryl

    hi! Ano po ba ang pinakamagandang part sa meat ng baboy ang magandang i-barbeque? thanks!

  • ugly_giddy

    shoulder po. kasi malambot.

  • Cherrel

    Kawawa naman ang mga baboy, imagine kong kayo naman ang pag planohan ng baboy kong paano kayo adobohin!!!!

  • @cherrel

    @cherrel,
    HAHAHAHHAHAHAA ayos sa banat ah :D you just made my day! HAHAHHAA

  • rowena magdaluyo

    we always have bbq on ew year’s eve, will try this marinade for a change.. hope my kids will love it. by the way, i used the excess marinade in brushing the bbq while grilling, but i put some cornstach to it and cook in slow fire before applying to bbq… happy holidays to all..

  • Lian

    Hi.

    I’d love to try this recipe out, but I wasn’t sure about how much 7 UP to include. The recipe calls for 1 bottle, what is that equivalent to: 1 can/12 oz?

    Thank you.

  • Lian

    Hi.

    What is the equivalent size of a bottle of 7 UP? Is it a can/12 oz?

  • made by maid

    heck, if i had a maid to do my bbq’ing, it would taste a lot better!

  • Killun

    This was very salty

  • yam

    ..I love to try your recipe for my project in marketing subject,, but I don’t know how to feature your recipe..

  • damnshrimp

    ang kulang sa recipe ay anise.. yan ginagamit namin sa bbque business ng mama ko before

  • lai

    How much anise do you need to add to the ingredient.

  • babyizza

    wow great barbecue sa party,party w/ my fren..lovely..sarap …yan ang sabi nila ng natikman nila ang barbecue n gawa ko …hihihi d nila alam copy ko lng yun recipe….salamat po..

  • bongshick09

    yes ithink you need to brush some from the marenade so its stay juicy and yummy