Dinardaraan is a dish from the Philippines, specifically from the Ilocos Region. It is the Ilocano version of Dinuguan. Dinardaraan comes from the Ilocano word Dara which means "blood". This dish is a pork blood stew made of slices of pork belly, pork liver and last but not the least, the pork blood. It is usually spiced with spicy chili pepper.

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