LATOK KALAN-AN

KADIOS, BABOY, LANGKA | LATOK KALAN-AN by Julius D. Mariveles

Our porky adventures continue in this section.

PAGASA says it will be declaring the start of the rainy season on Friday. This means less sun, less heat and a good occasion to eat pork to keep us all heated up.

Sound the trumpets! The pork feet are marching in! This is Kadios, Baboy, Langka! KBL – not the political party of Apo and Meldy. This is the decent thing (ahem)!

KBL | Did a little touch up on this one by putting the chilis on top of the jackfruit | Photo by Julius D. Mariveles

Let’s call in the ingredients:

Pata front – front pig feet has more meat but you can also add in half a kilo of pata back if you want more cartilage and bones that make the soup more delicious and rich

Half a kilo of sliced jackfruit
Batwan (or any souring agent but as they say, of all the trees in the forest, batuan is best)
Kadios (pigeon peas)
Fresh chilis (depending on how much you love or hate your mother-in-law who’s staying for lunch)

Boil the pork feet with kadios until tender.
Add the langka slices then the batuan then the chilis.
Serve.

BONUS SHOT | We have already featured bendunggo in this section but here's a shot of what I cooked for Mother's Day | See the archives for the recipe of this dish | Photo by Julius D. Mariveles

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Discussion

7 thoughts on “KADIOS, BABOY, LANGKA | LATOK KALAN-AN by Julius D. Mariveles

  1. Araguy! Ihanda ang anti-hypertensive pills. Kanamiton! Gnhidlaw man ko sa KBL bah… hehehe…

    Posted by Brian Herbert | May 24, 2011, 3:01 am
  2. I found your recipe! Yay!!! Where do I find kadios here though…??? Hmmm.

    Posted by Michelle PC | June 4, 2011, 2:56 am
  3. budlay kaau kon wala na ta sa negros kay budlay na pangitaon ang kadios kag batwan..heheheh

    Posted by Marlyn Martinez | August 19, 2011, 8:22 pm
  4. Ano ung batuan?

    Posted by Ness | November 30, 2012, 8:50 am

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