My second recipe is the classic Pork Menudo. You seldom go to a carinderia and not find Pork Menudo on the menu.
Pork Menudo is a pork stew combined with vegetable and spices. The sweetness of raisins and the spice of pepper create an explosion of flavor in your mouth. Although, it takes some time to prepare the ingredients because of all the chopping and slicing, the cooking process is easy since all you have to do is dump everything into the pan
This Pork Menudo version is a little different as it lacks the usual red sauce from tomato sauce/paste because there’s something less authentic about red sauces, hence the sauce is created from scratch.
The good thing with Pork Menudo is that you can omit some of the ingredients depending on your preference (for example, you may not add liver if you don’t like it). Some of the ingredients, however, are special and may be included if served in a special occasion.