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August 29, 2012

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I love pinakbet and I love roasted vegetables (and I love bacon). I can't wait to try this version! Brilliant!

Cool! I've been meaning to try making pinakbet, but some of the ingredients are hard to come by. It looks like I could attempt this version. Will it be shameful if I use liquid smoke instead of bacon to make it vegetarian-ish?

I'd love to try this version when the weather gets cooler. Roasting these types of vegetables (especially bittermelon, my favorite) is making me anxious to do this. the addition of bacon is also a neat twist!

My mom has taken to making pinakbet without the bagoong in her attempt to make it healthier. it's pretty good without the bagoong, but i prefer it with.

patis is a good substitute for bagoong if people find bagoong too fishy. patis is, after all, that pure golden amber liquid that forms on top of good bagoong.

I love pinakbet! What a fun post, too! Can't wait to try out this recipe.

I can't wait to try it this way!

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Wow. What a great idea. I will have to try this sometime. I actually like my pinakbet without all that sauce so this works for my preference.

This is a wonderful idea to bring out the freshness and sweetness of the vegetables. I used thin cut pork belly instead of bacon and balayan instead of patis. I tossed the veggies in the balayan and a little olive oil then sprinkled bits of the pork around. Great stuff!

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After read this i want to eat it as soon as possible as you mention pinakbet is so much tasty vegetable. You mention above it is your favorite food in the whole world. So i just want to taste it how much is tasty it is.

Your original pinakbet is similar to how my aunts and mom make pinakbet! it's the Ilocano way except sometimes they add sweet potato cubes or okra:-) I always request for cubes of camote (sweet potato) in my pinakbet, it adds a yummy sweetness and I think sweet potato cubes would do well in the roasted version too. I hope to try cooking your oven roasted version soon!

Just revisited your oven-roasted pinakbet recipe again & it is so amazing. Must make this one today. I have all the ingredients including the bacon. Thanks for sharing this, Marvin! You and your pinakbet truly rock!

I made this tonight and WOW! Thanks for starting a party in my mouth. DH loved it; kids, like I did, may need more time to embrace their heritage.

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