Pata Tim

It is evident that I like to share; aaah, …but there is another benefit to this, for me. By reblogging, I save a recipe that I want to try…on my own blog, where i can find it easily, along with seeing reminder. It’s a way, that works good for me (& my ADD or intrusive thought jumping that causes #epicmemoryfail ) .
This one looks good & I’m intrigued.
Thank you ♡


Pata Tim is Filipino dish made from pork knuckles “Pata” cooked slowly in a sweet tangy marinate.  It is a special dish served on large restaurants or seen on especial family gatherings. At first look and taste of it, you may get intimidated on how it is cooked and prepared. But hopefully I can change that perspective after you see how simply I’ve done it.

Onboard, it is one of my crew’s favorite pork dish. One of my officer “3/mate Ronald Sios-e” have been asking me several times for this recipe, so this post is my answer for your consistent request.

Now on with the cooking…

Pata Tim

Prep. time: 5 minutes

Cooking time:  1 hour 30 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

Good for 12 crew

You will need;

2 pcs. (1.5kg/each) pock knuckle, whole

1 head (12 cloves) garlic, crushed

1 tsp salt

1/2 cup brown or white sugar

1/2 Kikoman…

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