Special Pinoy Pork Chop Binalot Lunch Combo Meal Recipe

Special Pinoy Pork Chop Binalot Lunch Combo Meal Recipe

Binalot has been one of the top selling packaged meals in the Philippines. It is commonly composed of a single dish such as adobong manok, yummy pork adobo, tocino, longganisa, sisig, bistek, or fish (fried or grilled tilapia) along with cooked white rice, salted duck eggs, and tomato. Think of Special Pinoy Pork Chop Binalot Lunch Combo Meal as your extra special binalot because it is composed of 3 dishes with rice and salted eggs.

Pinoy Meal

Special Pinoy Pork Chop Binalot Lunch Combo Meal is simply a delicious Filipino lunch or dinner meal with grilled pork chops, tofu and tuna, eggplant salad, salted ages, white rice, and spiced vinegar dip. It is perfect to share with the entire family or with your co-workers.

This binalot recipe is simply a consolidation of dishes that we already featured. You can access the recipes of each dish by following the link in the ingredients section for each ingredient that you will need.

I personally love this binalot meal because I get to enjoy all the delicious dishes in one sitting. Aside from this, being a “binalot” means that I can bring it with me anywhere I go. Enjoy this with a spiced vinegar dip or any dip or condiment of your choice. Life is good.

Try this Special Pinoy Pork Chop Binalot Lunch Combo Meal Recipe. Let me know how you liked it.

Special Pinoy Pork Chop Binalot Lunch Combo Meal Recipe
 
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  • Serves: 4
  • Serving size: 4
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    Ingredients
    Instructions
    1. Cook the pork chop and prepare the eggplant salad, rice, and tokwa and tuna by following their respective recipes. The links are provided above in the ingredients list for each dish.
    2. Lay a wide and clean banana leaf flat on a table. Scoop the rice and arrange over the leaf. Top the rice with the grilled pork chops and arrange the salted duck eggs on the side.
    3. Place the tokwa and tuna plus the Filipino eggplant salad in separate bowls (preferably with leak proof covers). Arrange the bowls on the banana leaf.
    4. Serve with spicy vinegar (sinamak). You can also wrap the pork chops, rice and salted duck eggs using the banana leaf. Cover the tuna and eggplant dishes tightly. This can be a take out meal that you can consume at work or for picnics.
    5. Share and enjoy!

     

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