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Crispy Pata Recipe – How To Make Crispy Pata

Crispy Pata Recipe – How To Make Crispy Pata

Posted January 29th, 2009
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Crispy Pata Recipe. Learn how to make Crispy Pata with this Filipino Recipe. Crispy Pata is fried pork legs (“Pata” means Pork Feet in spanish). This is probably the most popular Filipino Pork Recipe. Crispy Pata is easy to eat and although is high in cholesterol, the soya sauce, vinigar and diced garlic sauce makes it irresistible and keeps customers coming back for more.
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Crispy Pata Recipe Ingredients:

* 1 whole front pork knuckle – cleaned, cut the toes
* 1/4 cup of mama sita’s premium vinegar
* 6 cups of water
* 1 tbsp of black peppercorn
* 6 tbsp of rock salt
* 3 tbsp of crushed garlic
* 2 bay leafs
* 4 cups of oil for deep-frying

Crispy Pata Dipping Sauce Recipe Ingredients:

* 1/4 cup of water
* 1/4 onion – diced
* 2 pcs of finger chili – sliced
* 1/4 cup of mama sita’s premium vinegar

Crispy Pata Recipe Cooking Instructions:

1. In a large casserole, combine water, rock salt, vinegar, garlic, bay leafs, black peppercorns
2. stir until salt to dissolve the salt.
3. Add the pork knuckles
4. Cover and bring to a boil
5. Simmer for 1.5 hours until the pork is tender
6. Drain in a colander
7. Set aside in the refrigerator for 12 hours or overnight to dry
8. Heat the oil
9. Deep-fry pork until golden brown and crispy
10. Drain excess oil
11. Combine all sauce ingredients
12. Serve with the sauce.

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13 Comments

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  2. Edel Alon Says:

    So that’s how it’s done. That’s so much work but it’s worth it. I’ll think twice before order 4 legs every time I go to a Filipino restaurant.

    Some places are now frying it with chopped garlic (my new favorite).

  3. pinay0283 Says:

    Fried crispy pata sure is tasty.

  4. Tess Reyes Says:

    I also like Crispy pata.

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  6. Blu Says:

    For those in a rush, you may just let the pork stand for 15 min. to drip, then proceed with the frying, but be very careful and ready with your frying pan cover because the oil goes wild and crazy like hell the moment you put the pork in.

  7. victoria987 Says:

    mmmmm… tasty crispy pata here I come…No more going to Max’s restaurant coz this is the only dish i look forward on eating.. thanks for this helpful ingredients!

  8. anna tumala Says:

    I’LL REALLY LOVE CRISPY PATA ITS SO DELICIOUS BUT THAT I KNOW RECIPE I TRY TO COOK IT………WLA TALAGANG TATALOL SA CRISPY PATA NG MAX!!!!!!!!!!!@NN@ WANT’S CRISPY PATA…..YUMMMMY………..YUMMMY……

  9. anna tumala Says:

    TRY IT SO DELICIOUS AND ALSO DELICIOUS GOURMET PIZZA AND BREW… YUMMY NAKLALAWAY PARANG GUSTO KO KUMAIN
    YUMMY… MAGLULUTO AKO NYAN
    HAHAHA

  10. jacq Says:

    used to work on a restaurant before , i saw how our chef coomk this one at ang technique daw pra mging malutong na malutong ay wisikan mo ng konting tubig yung mantika hbang pinipirito mo yung pata…..yung tipong yung apoy makikita mo sa ibabaw…….

  11. Rupert Dela Paz Says:

    yung dipping sauce, mas masarap kung lalagyan ito ng Soy Sauce pampakulay lang tapos pipino pampabango. try it..
    Awesome Dipping sauce is awesome.

  12. RenJay Says:

    I love Cripsy pata! But to make it more easy, I’m using sliced pork pata para mabilis lumambot and mdaling iprito. 🙂

  13. ysha203 Says:

    so lomg for it to cook

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