Tokwa't Baboy/Tofu and Pork Recipe

by Ian del Mundo
Recipe of Tokwa't Baboy (Tofu and Pork Vinaigrette)
Recommended Features
  • recipe
  • pork
  • tofu
Learn more about Tokwa't Baboy/Tofu and Pork Recipe»

Review on Tokwa't Baboy/Tofu and Pork Recipe

Serves 6-8 Prep Time 30mins (1 hour if using pork head) Cooking Time 15-20 minutes


2-3 blocks, about 500g (1 lb) tokwa (tofu)
60ml (1/4 cup) oil
1 small onion, chopped
125ml (1/2 cup) vinegar
60ml (1/4 cup) soy sauce
250g (8oz) pork head, simmered in 1 hour, cubed (optional)
500g (1 lb) pork shoulder, simmered 30mins, cubed
2-3 pcs sili panigang (finger chili) as spice (optional)
Chopped spring options, to garnish (optional)
1-2 pinch of pepper (optional)

Cooking Instructions:

Pat the tokwa (tofu) dry if it is moist, then cut into cubes. Heat oil and fry the tokwa (tofu) pieces in batches until they turn brown, about two to three minutes each side. Do not overcook. Remove from heat and drain on paper towels.

*Another way is to cut the tokwa (tofu) in halves horizontally and fry for 3-4 minutes. Remove from heat, drain and cut into cubes.

In a mixing bowl, mix together onion, vinegar, finger chili, and soy sauce. Taste mixture; if it's too sour, add a little amount of water. Let stand for a few minutes for flavors to blend.

In a large bowl, combine the diced pork head, pork shoulder and tokwa (tofu)

Pour the soy sauce/vinegar/chili/onion mixture over the diced meats and tokwa (tofu). Stir to mix. Add pepper if desired. Also, if desired, garnish with spring onions.

Serve as a side dish or finger food.

Related to Tokwa't Baboy/Tofu and Pork Recipe

Related Resources

Let's eat some food - definition of Let's eat some food by the ...

Noun, 1. chow chow - breed of medium-sized dogs with a thick coat and fluffy curled tails and distinctive blue-black tongues; believed to have originated in ...

Sponsor Ads

About Ian del Mundo  Advanced   

65 connections, 0 recommendations, 137 honor points.
Joined APSense since, October 25th, 2010, From Quezon City, Philippines.

Created on Jul 31st 2011 15:07. Viewed 1,632 times.


Ian del Mundo Advanced  
get more recipes at my blog..
Jul 31st 2011 15:16   
Linda R. Advanced  Animal Rescuer/Thrift Store Owner
That recipe sounds yummy, I will have to try it but sure I can't make it as Well as you do... lol would you come cook for me... just kidding but it really does look good and sound good.
Jul 31st 2011 21:13   
Ian del Mundo Advanced  
Thanks Lindamn. Don't worry, you can cook this, it is easy.

By the way, please drop by my blog. It has more easy to cook recipes, you can definitely cook it at home.
Aug 2nd 2011 00:03   
Barbara DelGiudice Committed   Owner of
Do you have any vegan recipes with tofu? Thanks. Barb :)
Aug 2nd 2011 13:05   
Please sign in before you comment.