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- Some pork heart Chopped very tiny so it looks like little cubes.
- Small pork liver, also cut into tiny little cubes. Kind of like mince.
- Pork Lungs. Same cut as the above meats.
- 1.5 teaspoons of minced garlic.
- 1 RED Bell pepper, cut into small pieces. Cubed.
- 2 onions, minced finely.
- Hot Thai pepper (or hot chili pepper), about two, cut into pieces.
- Some Atsuete oil. (optional but always a plus. You will find in Spanish or Filipino/Asian grocer.)
- 1/2 Cup of Filipino vinegar (or Vinegar will do.)
- Olive oil
How to make Bopis
I love my my offals. This is a Filipino dish that makes use of a pork's organs; a poor mans dish and it is SPICY! Not for the faint of heart-- but it is very good. You don't even know you're eating offal. ;)
You can freeze this and reheat after.
- Heat your pan with olive oil and add your garlic and onion. Cook until onion is transparent.
- Add your offals and stir fry until it becomes very browned in colour. Add salt and pepper and continue to cook.
- Simmer on low/medium heat with vinegar for 10-15 minutes, or until you feel it's ready. The smell of vinegar will be strong, and it should be evaporated a little bit. (If you want more sour taste, add more vinegar.)
- Add the peppers at atsuete oil. Cover for another 5-10 minutes or until red pepper is cooked.
- Mix thouroughly, eat with white rice.