Adobo Humba Sauce 180 ml
Adobo Humba Sauce is a ready-made sauce with which you can quickly and easily put the Philippine Humba on the table. Delicious with rice and banana blossom.
Adobo Humba Sauce
Humbà, also spelled hombà, is a Filipino braised pork dish native to the Visayas Islands of the Philippines. Humba is derived from the Chinese red braised pork belly. Over the years it has eventually become a meat dish that tastes more like the Philippine adobo only slightly less sour and a bit sweeter. Traditionally, pork belly is marinated in a marinade of soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, bay leaves and black peppercorns. The pork is then sauteed with garlic until it is semi-cooked and browned. After this add with water along with the fermented black beans and muscovado sugar and possibly banana blossom. It is then simmered for a few hours until the meat is very tender. The dish is usually eaten with white rice.
- 1 kg Pork chips or liempo, sliced
- 1 pack datu puti adobo Humba sauce 180 ml
- 240ml water
- banana blossoms
- Mix meat and datu puti adobo humba sauce in a pan
- Add 240 ml of water and banana blossoms, bring to the boil
- Continue to simmer until the meat is tender, adding salt to taste.
- Serve hot with white rice and boiled egg if desired
Water, sugar, onion, hydrolyzed soy protein, flavor enhancer (monosodium glutamate - E621), black beans, red vinegar, garlic, black pepper, annatto, bay leaf, antioxidant (sodium benzoate - E211), star anise.
Contains soybeans and wheat.
Also known as: Adobo Humba Sauce
Country of origin: Philippines
Brand: Datu Puti
Content: 180 ml