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"Bagoong" Rice: Pinoy Version of Thai's Kao Kluk Gapi

Updated on April 12, 2015
Let's eat! ^_^
Let's eat! ^_^ | Source

Bagoong Rice

Have some leftover rice? Why not put a little bit spice and flavor?

People have different ways to cook this rice dish which is said to be adapted from Thai recipe but anyhow let’s try our own version and we will replace the Thai shrimp paste with “bagoong”, then add some "dilis" (anchovies) and green mango.

bagoong and chili
bagoong and chili
dilis (anchovies)
dilis (anchovies)
green mango
green mango

Here’s what we need:


2 tbsp oil

3 cloves garlic (minced)

1 chopped onions

1 cup pork (sliced into small pieces-optional)

2 tomatoes (optional)

3 cups of cooked rice

2 pieces of chili or hot pepper (medium-sized)

1 cup fried “dilis” (anchovies)

2 tbsp brown sugar

2 tablespoons dried shrimp fry (alamang)

1 chopped green mango (small- medium size)


Let’s start!

Prepare all the ingredients to avoid hassle. Heat oil in a pan and sauté garlic, onion and tomato (optional) until golden brown. Add the pork and cook for few minutes. Pour the “bagoong” paste and sugar.

Add the rice. Mix well.

Mix the pieces of green mangoes and dilis. You can add whatever toppings you like.

Lastly, season it with your creativity to fire up the flavor of satisfaction and fun.

Bon Appetit!

Chop the mango depending upon you preference.  I still want to munch its sourness so we will chop it into cubes...
Chop the mango depending upon you preference. I still want to munch its sourness so we will chop it into cubes...
Mix the mango with your bagoong rice
Mix the mango with your bagoong rice
Time for the dilis (anchovies) to join the fun..^_^!
Time for the dilis (anchovies) to join the fun..^_^!
Done with a bit of creativity! Yum! Yum! You can try with or without  viand.
Done with a bit of creativity! Yum! Yum! You can try with or without viand.

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      Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany

      Yummy! It makes me feel hungry now;-) Thanks for sharing,

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      pinkhawk 5 years ago from Pearl of the Orient

      Hello SilentReed! Maraming Salamat po din po! ^_^

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      pinkhawk 5 years ago from Pearl of the Orient

      thanks very much dhen! ^_^ Glad that you liked it! ^_^

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      pinkhawk 5 years ago from Pearl of the Orient

      Thank you very much for dropping by and leaving a comment, I really appreciate it! ^_^ You're welcome!

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      SilentReed 5 years ago from Philippines

      This looks good. I think I'll have it for breakfast tomorrow, with fried eggs and longganisa. Can't wait. Thanks.

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      dhen 5 years ago

      i've tried it and it's really delicious, no need for viand!love it :-D

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      Brupie 5 years ago

      This looks delicious! Thank you both for the recipe and for including such enticing photos.