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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Pata Tim (Patatim) Recipe


Patatim or Pata Tim is another delectable and delicious Filipino food or dish, in which, we acquire from the Chinese dish. Pata Tim is usually serve as an appetizer during drinking session or as a pulutan. Famous restaurants and alike do offer this dish as one of their best sellers with an eye-popping price tag because they consider this dish as one of their specialty of the house. But, you don't need to buy Pata Tim anymore because below, I laid down the ingredients and step by step instruction on how to cook Pata Tim like a rock star chef .

Pata Tim

Pata Tim (Patatim) Ingredients:

* 1 whole Pork hind (back) leg including the upper meaty part..
* 1 pc. sangke (Star anise)
* ½ cup dark soy sauce
* 1 cup brown sugar
* 1 tsp sesame oil
* 2 tsp corn starch dissolved in ½ cup of water
* 1 pc Chinese cabbage (medium)
* 1 pc. large carrot

Optional Ingredients ( for look and taste enhancement):

* 4 tbsp. Hoysin sauce
* 2 cups Root beer
* 6 to 8 pcs Shitake medium mushrooms soaked on hot water for 30 minutes then drained.

Hot To Make Pata Tim:

1).  Boil the pork pata for about 45 mins in salted water. Drain and let it cool.

2) . Deep fry in vegetable oil until golden brown. Let it cool

3).  Place the fried pata in a casserole. Add about six (6) cups of water and the two (2) cups of root beer (optional ingredient).

4).  Add the star anise, hoisin sauce (optional ingredient), soy sauce and brown sugar.

5).  Place in high fire until it boils then reduce the fire to low and simmer for about 45 minutes, or until the pata is very tender (almost falling off the bone). Remember to add the carrots and shitake mushrooms (optional ingredient) after 30 minutes of simmering.

6).  Make sure to check the water level every 15 minutes. Ideally the level of the sauce should be 1/4th of the casserole when done. Add the cornstarch and water mixture. Simmer until the sauce thickens.

7).  Add the Chinese cabbage and simmer until it is tender. Add the sesame oil.

8).  In a serving dish, place the pata in the center. Place the vegetables on the side.Pour enough sauce on the pata. Serve hot.

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5 comments:

michymichymoo said...

Looks good! :) Adding broccoli in the dish is a very nice idea. :)

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i♥pinkc00kies said...

Love it when my aunt prepares pata tim!! soooo good :)

gagay said...

looks tempting..very sauce-cy! :D

local business marketing said...

Yum Yum. I had this in a restaurant. Never knew how to make it.

Anonymous said...

instead of whole hocks I ask the butcher to cut in pieces.... and i don't fry it, instead of anise, i used bay leaf, whats the used of frying if we need to boil it anyway.... if i fried it we eat it as is with chilli vinegar...... yummmm killing me softly

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