Pork and Chicken Pochero


1 lb pork belly, sliced

1 lb chicken, cut cubes

2 pieces longanisa

3 cloves garlic, crushed

1 medium onion, sliced thin

cabbage, sliced

pechay, remove ends

sitaw (long beans) cut 2 inches

2 pieces cooking banana, cut into 3 pieces

2 pieces sweet potato, cut into halves

1 piece red bell pepper, julienne

1 tablespoon cooking oil

salt and ground pepper to taste

Cooking Direction:

Heat cooking oil in a pot then saute garlic and onion.

Add slices of pork and saute for 5 minutes. 

Add slices of chicken and saute with the pork for another 5 minutes. 

Add longanisa and 3 cups of water and simmer until the meat is tender. 

Add water as needed. Season with salt and ground pepper.

Start adding the vegetables starting with sweet potato, cooking banana, long beans and bell pepper. 

Continue cooking. Lastly, add the pechay and cabbage. 

Simmer for 2 minutes then remove the pot from the heat.


  1. I've never heard of this dish before. Is it a normal Filipino specialty? I know a lot of the ingredients are definitely used in a lot of Filipino dishes. Also, is the "cooking banana" you're referring to just a plantain? The dish looks great/tasty.

  2. Hello NMOS, not really sure where's the origin of this dish but I grew up with this dish in Iloilo.
    Yeah cooking banana could be plaintain or the other kind, saba. You should give this a try. Really good and super tasty. My favorite in this dish are the veggies. Great dipping in fish sauce or soysauce.

  3. Potchero/Pochero/Puchero is a beef/pork stew of Spanish origin. Puchero in Spanish means stewpot, and there is nothing quite like the taste of puchero :) What a great recipe!

  4. Hello Alisa, thanks for the input. I know there are a lot of ways to prepare this Pilipino way. Some cook it ith tomato sauce. Yummy! Spanish Puchero have a big influence with the Pilipino version.


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