Monday, July 16, 2012


Hardinera –this isn’t a female gardener (hehe); but a famous delicacy from Lucban Quezon. A glorified version of embutido, or another version of menudo. But there’s something about this dish that makes me “drool” every time I taste it. Very sumptuous and really delicious. I really don’t know how come a simple tomato sauce can make this dish really flavorful.

Check out how to make it, and it’s really worth a try. You will need a llanera and steamer for you to be able to cook this. ;)

What you need
½ kilo ground pork
½ Knorr Beef Cubes
¼ cup of sweet pickles
½ cup of raisins
1 small pouch of tomato sauce
½ teaspoon of ground black pepper
½ teaspoon of iodized salt
1 pouch of Eden grated cheese
1 tablespoon of liver spread
3 eggs, lightly beaten
3 hardboiled eggs, cut into circles
6 pieces hotdog cocktails, cut into halves (you may use the regular size hotdogs)
1/2 tablespoon of canola cooking oil
1 red onion, minced
Cooking oil for greasing

What you need to do:
 Heat the pan. Put the oil. Sautee the onions. Add the pork. Let it cook. Set aside.

On a bowl, mix all the ingredients. Except for the beaten and hardboiled eggs.

Get the llaneras. Grease with enough cooking oil. Put the hardboiled eggs.

Pour the beaten eggs on the llanera; just enough to cover the hardboiled eggs.

Scoop the mixture, until it occupies the llanera. Add another 2 table spoons of beaten eggs.

Cover the llanera with aluminum foil.

Steam for 1 hour. Uncover.

Serve with love and happy eating! 

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