Ilocano Pork Dinardaraan

8510d8b0c774406b05938e8e47c69710 Ilocano Pork Dinardaraan


Dinardaraan is the Ilocano term for dinuguan or blood stew.   Dinardaraan which refers to the blood stew of the Ilocanos is very much different from the blood stew, dinuguan, of the Tagalogs.  Dinardaraan is dry and sometimes oily as compared to the soupy dinuguanBoth however use the meat and / or innards of the pig.

This dinardaraan recipe is another version cooked by my cousin from Nueva Viscaya.  He used the large intestines and a bit of pork loin and pork fat, deep fried them until they are crunchy.  He cleaned all sides of the large intestines removing every bit of its contents.  Also he cooked the spiced blood separately and just mixed it with the fried meat and intestines when it was cooked.



Pig’s Large Intestines, diced – all the large intestines

Pork Meat and fat (include skin) – 1 kg

Cooking Oil  for frying


Blood Sauce:

Pig’s blood – 1.5 L
Cane Vinegar – 500 ml
Salt to taste
Fish Sauce – 1/4 cup
Ground Peppercorns
Garlic, crushed and minced – 1 head
Red Onion, minced – 2 large
Ajinomoto MSG

Cooking Procedure:

1. Clean the large intestines by removing its contents first, rinse it with water, then rub the inner and outer parts with salt, then rinse well with water again.
2. Heat oil in a big silyasi then fry the fat until they are almost brown.  Add the intestines and the meat and fry them until they are crunchy.  Set aside.
3.  Mix together the pig’s blood, cane vinegar, salt, MSG, and ground black pepper and whisk it.  Mash any coagulated blood.  Set aside
4.  Get a small amount of oil from the one used to fry the intestines and meat.  Use it to saute in it the garlic until it turned brown.
5.  Stir in the onion then gradually pour the blood mixture.  Bring to a boil and stir occasionally.
6.  Season with fish sauce.  Let it simmer while stirring occasionally.  Adjust taste as needed.  the taste should be a bit-sour-and-salty.  Let the stew simmer until the blood curdles and most of the liquids evaporated.  Remove from fire
7.  Mix the blood sauce with the crunchy meat and serve.

You can click here for the rest of our dinardaraan / dinuguan recipes.

Originally posted in entitled DINARDARAAN:  CRUNCHY PORK MEAT & INTESTINES .  For our other Ilocano dianrdaraan recipes click here.

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  • Ryan

    Nakatikim din ako nito sa Bayombong nung magbakasyon ako doon. I prefer this over the traditional dinuguan now, kaso iba talaga yata ang sarap kapag doon niluto. :)

  • five

    nagimasen, lakay.

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