Monday, July 18, 2011

My version of Bicol Express

I love eating bicol express because of i'ts milky and spicy taste. I thought it was a fail but it's not. Here is my own version of Bicol express.

Serve:  2-3 person
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 Minutes

What you need:

1/2 kilo pork sliced horizontally
1 cup pure coconut milk
5 pcs of siling pansigang (  New Mexico cayenne pepper)
2 tbsp of  Bagoong Alamang ( Shrimp paste )
1 tbsp of Chop garlic and onion

  • In a medium heat pan with oil, saute pork with garlic and onion
  • Once pork is kinda golden brown, add the shrimp paste&  saute for a minute.
  • Then pour coconut oil and let it shimmer for 5 min and put the stove on a low heat.
  • Lastly add cayenne pepper and let it shimmer again until the coconut oil appears.
There you go , hope you like it guys especially those people who love spicy food.


  1. I love Bicol express! Mahilig ako sa maanghang.

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  3. that looks SO GOOD! i love anything with pork hahah

  4. I love Bicol express! Mahilig ako sa maanghang.


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