Humba is a common dish here in Bohol whenever there is a special occasion to celebrate. It will always be in the table of the host. Recently, Hubby is craving for Humba. I haven’t tried to cook this dish yet until last week. I just ask Mr. Google for the recipe and for the instruction how to prepare this dish. Thanks to Panlasang Pinoy for the detailed ingredients and instruction.
I simply followed the instructions and presto, I was able to prepare this dish. But since Hubby wanted the meat to be very tender, Â instead of ordinary simmer,Â I pressure cooked the meatÂ for 15 minutes afterÂ I poured the pineapple juice.
7 thoughts on “Humba”
it’s also called HUMBA here in Cebu and I just can’t perfect it yet. 🙂
Looks really yummy. I like it with pineapple tidbits too.
I was about to drop my comment on your AdSense earnings post but then I saw this Humba post. LOL! And here I am with this comment.
That really looks so yummy Mylene. Modesty aside, I also cook Humba even here in UAE. Filipinos here in UAE are just fortunate that leaders here are not that strict in terms of non-halal food items. I never thought of posting my own Humba style also. 🙂 Will do it too soon.
Great post. Cheers!
It really looks yummy! Hope to have time to cook something for my boyfie.. 🙂
I always watch Panlasang Pinoy in You tube.
Great Job you did there… I wish I have the skills
That looks yummy!!! I will try to cook that someday (hehe) Marie here from Baguio visiting from CommEx 9/25
I would love to try this recipe. However my husband is not fond of any meals with pineapple juice 🙁 Huhuhu! Visiting from CommEx Sept25.