January 12, 2013

Too easy

Crispy Pata is a very popular local dish, even among Filipinos. Pata is Spanish for leg, and the dish calls for a whole leg of pork, which is first simmered until tender then deep fried so the skin is very crunchy. It is usually served with a soy sauce, vinegar, onion, and chili dipping sauce. Though very high in cholesterol, the combination of crispy skin and tender meat is irresistible, and it is not uncommon to see people picking at the bone to scrape off every last bit of goodness. So imagine our delight when my friends and I discovered that Sérye Café Filipino serves boneless crispy pata.
  boneless crispy pata Of course, some folks would say that that takes away half of the fun of eating crispy pata.

5 comments:

LONDONLULU said...

This looks divine! I can almost hear the crunch, see the glistening meat, smell that beautiful aroma...oops, getting carried away:) Happy eating and happy weekend!

Barbara Farr said...

This looks delicious.

Leif Hagen said...

Looks delicious - please wait for me, Hilda!
Happy weekend

Rob Mandy said...

OMG! One of my colleagues is flying to Manilla tonight, will call her and tell her to have this!

Cezar and Léia said...

Looks delicious, I would like to taste it someday!
And the picture is great!
Hugs
Léia