Guys, call Dora because “we did it.” We married two Filipino favorites: sinigang and lechon. (Okay, it’s really Italian pork roll, but hear us out.) Introducing—Sinigang Porchetta, a crispy-skinned, sour roast pork dish. Sure, sinigang is all about the sour soup. But imagine all of that sourness packed into some juicy meat, instead. You won’t be missing out at all.
You’ll have to be prepared to devote half of your day to making this dish. But it’s totally worth it, especially if you’re preparing it for a Filipino feast with friends or family. Everyone in the team says that this porchetta “really does taste like sinigang,” and we’re pretty sure that anyone you’ll serve it to will agree. It doesn’t even need any other sauce. Just eat it with some rice, throw in some crispy kangkong, and you’re pretty much all set.