Pork BBQ with Java Sauce

Inihaw na baboy or Pork BBQ is a classic Filipino dish that every household has. Each house cook has different variations using an array of ingredients like soy sauce, patis, lemon/calamansi, garlic, onions, sugar, honey, soda and yes, banana ketchup. ūüôā The list can go on and on. This is a no fuss and easy BBQ that you can do at home. Hope you guys give it a try.

Fresh pork belly/liempo, cut 5-6 inches long

1 head garlic, minced

Brown Sugar, Kikkoman, Dark soy and Sprite.

Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and add pork belly. Allow to marinate for at least 2 hours maximum 5 hours.

Pre-heat your grill on high for at least 25 minutes before grilling. Grill meat and lower heat to  medium allowing the meat to cook gently to avoid burning.

Serve and enjoy.

For the Java Sauce:

Combine all the ingredients (except honey)  in a saucepan and simmer on medium heat until slightly thickened. Turn the heat off and add the honey. Serve.

PORK BBQ MARINADE:

1/2  cup  Dark Soy

1/2  cup  Kikkoman

3/4  cup  Brown sugar

1  cup  Sprite

1   head   Garlic, minced

1  tsp.     Pepper

JAVA SAUCE:

3/4  cup  water

3/4  cup  brown sugar

3  Tbps  dark soy

3  Tbps  kikkoman

1/3  cup peanut butter, creamy

1/4  cup  honey

“Food nourishes the body as God’s Word nourishes the soul”

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3 comments
  1. ooohhh perfect! tomorrow’s Sunday ūüėÄ i can cook. this looks yum!

  2. Pria, I have been waiting for this recipe! There are literally no Pinoy restaurants in CT so this is something that I need to make!

    Kisses,
    Louise

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