Pata Tim refers stewed or braised pork leg, a Chinese-influenced Filipino dish. The pork leg is stewed with the mixture of soy sauce, whole paminta (piment), star anise and cinnamon that gives Pata Tim its distinctive taste and some vegetables like Shitake mushroom and Choy Sum until the meat and the skin of the pork leg is soft and tender

Pata Tim is a savory dish from the Philippines made from Pata (Knuckles) ng Baboy (Pig) or Pig's Knuckles

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