Crispy Pata is fried pork legs (“Pata” means Pork Feet in spanish). This is probably the most popular Filipino Pork Recipe. Crispy Pata is easy to eat and although is high in cholesterol, the soya sauce, vinegar and diced garlic sauce makes it irresistible and keeps customers coming back for more.perfect dish for a drinking session with your friends ....
1 whole front pork knuckle – cleaned, cut the toes
1/4 cup of mama sita’s premium vinegar
6 cups of water
1 tbsp of black peppercorn. 6 tbsp of rock salt
3 tbsp of crushed garlic
2 bay leafs
4 cups of oil for deep-frying
In a large casserole, combine water, rock salt, vinegar, garlic, bay leafs, black peppercorns. stir until salt to dissolve the salt.
Add the pork knuckles
Cover and bring to a boil
. Simmer for 1.5 hours until the pork is tender
Drain in a colander
Set aside in the refrigerator for 12 hours or overnight to dry
Heat the oil
Deep-fry pork until golden brown and crispy
Drain excess oil
Combine all sauce ingredients
Serve with the sauce.
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