Tokwa't Baboy is a Filipino delicacy made of fried Tofu (Tokwa) with pork pieces and by-products (usually boiled pork ears) and served on a dipping mixture /sauce made from chopped garlic (Bawang) and onions (Sibuyas) , thin slices of Siling Labuyo (Bird's eye Chilies), little bit of Soy sauce (Toyo) and vinegar (Suka). Salt and ground pepper (Paminta) are sometimes added to taste.

Tokwa't Baboy - Filipino Food
Tokwa't Baboy - Food of the Philippines

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