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Filipino Pork and Noodles

This Filipino Pork Recipe is deliciously salty with a wonderful tang from the vinegar and spice from the peppers. Served over egg noodles this Filipino pork dish will delight your taste buds!

This Filipino Pork Recipe is deliciously salty with a wonderful tang from the vinegar and spice from the peppers. Served over egg noodles this Filipino pork dish will delight your taste buds!

I went to the doctor the other day because my right arm/shoulder has been hurting these past few weeks. She is suspicious that I’ve developed tendinitis due to  overuse in the kitchen.

So rather than tone-down the cooking marathons, I’ve started physical therapy twice a week for the next 12 weeks.

This Pork Filipino Recipe is deliciously salty with a wonderful tang from the vinegar and spice from the peppers. Served over egg noodles this Filipino pork dish will delight your taste buds!

All of the exercises I’ve been prescribed are really, really awkward. None of them could be considered a fluid, graceful movement. Each one of them requires me to do this awesome thing with my neck where I pull my chin back as far as a can, providing me with additional chins and an uncanny resemblance to Honey Boo Boo’s mom.

Looking for Filipino pork recipes? Here is a great one! This Filipino Pork Recipe is deliciously salty with a wonderful tang from the vinegar and spice from the peppers. Served over egg noodles this Filipino pork dish will delight your taste buds!

I’m supposed to do them EVERY TWO HOURS. Who has time for that? I’ve taken to hiding in the bathroom at work and doing them while I’m washing my hands.

It’s just a matter of time until someone walks in on me while I’m doing my best Jabba the Hutt impression.

Urgh.

This Pork Recipe Filipino is deliciously salty with a wonderful tang from the vinegar and spice from the peppers. Served over egg noodles this Filipino pork dish will delight your taste buds!

Okay, enough complaining. On to the food…

I tried this Filipino pork recipe from Gina over at SkinnyTaste a few years back and fell in love with it.

I’ve adjusted it to suit my own preferences over the years, and have taken to serving it over a bed of egg noodles. One of these days I’m going to find the time to make my own noodles, but until them I’m perfectly content to keep using the dried store-bought variety.

Like many women who work in or out of the home, I love anything I can cook in a crockpot.

I throw this pulled pork and noodles recipe together quickly in the morning before going about my day, and when I come home the house smells incredible and my dog is salivating all over the furniture.

Filipino Pork and Noodles: This Filipino Pork Recipe is deliciously salty with a wonderful tang from the vinegar and spice from the peppers. Served over egg noodles this Filipino pork dish will delight your taste buds!

The Filipino pork dish is deliciously salty with a wonderful tang from the vinegar and spice from the peppers. Warm, comforting, filling, and totally savory.

Mmm.

Pull out your crockpot and get cooking!

Filipino Pork & Noodles

Filipino Pork and Noodles Recipe

This Filipino Pork Recipe is deliciously salty with a wonderful tang from the vinegar and spice from the peppers. Served over egg noodles this Filipino pork dish will delight your taste buds!
4.2 from 5 votes
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Course: Main Dish
Cuisine: Asian
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 8 hrs
Total Time: 8 hrs 10 mins
Servings: 6 -8
Calories: 338kcal
Author: The Wanderlust Kitchen, recipe adapted from Gina @ SkinnyTaste
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Ingredients

  • 1.75 lb lean pork center loin
  • 1/3 c. low sodium soy sauce
  • 1/4 c. apple cider vinegar
  • 1/4 c. rice vinegar
  • 1/3 c. water
  • 5 cloves garlic - peeled crushed
  • 6 ground peppercorns - about 10-12 turns of the grinder
  • 5 whole bay leaves
  • 2 jalapeño - stemmed and seeded, chopped
  • 2 tbsp chopped green onions - for garnish

Instructions

  • Place pork, soy sauce, vinegars, water, garlic, ground pepper, bay leaves, and jalapeños in a 3 quart or large slow cooker. Cover and cook on low heat for 7 to 8 hours.
  • Remove the pork, shred with two forks and put it back in the crock pot for another half hour to soak up some flavors from the sauce.
  • Cook the egg noodles according to manufacturers instructions.
  • Remove and discard the bay leaves from the slow cooker. Serve the pork over the egg noodles and top with chopped green onions.
Nutrition Facts
Filipino Pork and Noodles Recipe
Serving Size
 
1 serving
Amount per Serving
Calories
338
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
19
g
29
%
Saturated Fat
 
7
g
44
%
Polyunsaturated Fat
 
10
g
Cholesterol
 
116
mg
39
%
Sodium
 
539
mg
23
%
Carbohydrates
 
4
g
1
%
Fiber
 
1
g
4
%
Protein
 
37
g
74
%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Hi, I'm Anetta! Welcome to The Wanderlust Kitchen, where I share recipes and travel stories from all around the world. Here you'll find a world of recipes you can have confidence in. These recipes celebrate authentic food heritage as well as modern techniques and ingredients. I believe that food brings us together as much as it sets us apart. Be brave, try something new!

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Comments:

  1. I can’t handle spice (I’m a wimp). Is there any way to make this without the jalapenos or with a substitution?

  2. I’m filipino, but I’m not familiar with this food. 😀 hahahaha. But it looks yummy so I’m gonna try it. 😉

    1. Hi, Kimi! Isn’t it funny how that happens? In my travels I’ve come across all sorts of “American” food in different countries that I’ve DEFINITELY never had back home. Let me know how you like it!

  3. Far out Anetta, it’s been ages since I last read your blog and… everything’s changed! I can definitely understand how you would’ve developed tendonitis as this must’ve been so much hard work. Are you still blogging over at ‘If Looks Could Kale’? Great job, fantastic site. Anyway, love this recipe. I haven’t eaten much Filipino food but it looks delicious. Hope you feel better soon! xx

    1. Hey Laura! Things have definitely been changing over here. I switched to wordpress.org the first of September and am using the Genesis theme which I LOVE. The Wanderlust Kitchen is the new name and site for ILCK – everything just redirects to here. I had realized that all I ever cook is ethnic food so I wanted to focus on sharing those recipes. While “if looks could kale” was a fun pun, it didn’t really say much about what the blog was about and since it was so brand new I figured it wouldn’t hurt to change it up!