Kinamatisang baboy is easy to make and the perfect way to warm up in cold weather. Made with flavorful pork ribs, juicy tomatoes, and leafy greens, it’s a simple yet nutritious and delicious dish you’ll feel good serving the whole family!
Looking for a hearty and tasty soup that is quick and easy to cook? This pork kinamatisan recipe made with flavorful spare ribs, juicy tomatoes, and pechay is for you!
It requires minimal effort to put together and is a great staple dish to have for days when you don’t have enough time or energy for an elaborate meal. It’s a simple yet stick-to-your-ribs soup that’s best for rainy days or chilly winters.
What is Kinamatisan?
Kinamatisan comes from the word “kamatis,” which means tomatoes. It’s a Filipino cooking process where beef, pork, chicken, or seafood are cooked or prepared with tomatoes.
It’s similar to sinigang in using tomatoes but without the characteristic sourness from fruits such as tamarind or bilimbi.
What you’ll need?
Meat – kinamatisan can be made using beef, chicken, or fish. This recipe uses pork spare ribs for the best flavor. If you prefer a meaty cut, pork shoulder (kasim), belly, or hocks are good options.
Tomatoes – use very ripe tomatoes as they’re usually sweeter, juicier, and softens quicker. My favorite to use is Roma or Plum variety.
Vegetables – choose from pechay, bok choy, spinach, or cabbage. Some recipes also include string beans, daikon radish (labanos), or finger chilies to add heat.
Garlic and onions – the base of Filipino ginisa
Seasonings – salt and pepper along with fish sauce for umami flavor
How to serve and store?
Looking for a hearty and tasty soup that is quick and easy to cook? This Pork Kinamatisan recipe made with tasty pork spare ribs, juicy tomatoes, and pechay is for you! It’s nutritious, delicious, and perfect for cold weather.
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 1 hr 20 mins
Total Time: 1 hr 30 mins
Author: Lalaine Manalo
Course: Main Entree, Soup