Certified Wife Cooked: Sweet Pork


We are so busy last long weekend (shopping galore) and I promise myself to prepare new dish for my husband since he bought me some kikay stuffs. Hihi. Anyway, last Thursday I received an email from Del Monte Kitchenomics saying:

Dear Rackell,

It's been a while since we’ve dropped you a line and we wanted to see how you've been doing. 

We hope to get the latest updates about you since we want to give culinary tips and recipes that are tailor-fit to your current lifestyle and needs. This is our small way of thanking you for being such a big part of DEL MONTE KITCHENOMICS' success in the past. We are so excited about being your go-to guide in making meals that will keep your family happy and well. 

We can’t wait to hear from you!

From you friends at
Del Monte Kitchenomics

After reading this email, I open again my profile and check for their updated recipes. I found 10 new recipes on my list and one of this is the Sweet Pork – Rich in Niacin-promotes normal digestion and healthy skin. So last night, I prepare this dish for our today’s baon. Here are the ingredients and easy steps for Sweet Pork.


½ kilo pork kasim or pigue, sliced into thin flat strips
500ml clear soft drinks (I used sprite)
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 pc medium onion, chopped
1 pouch (250g) Del Monte Original Style Tomato Sauce
150g green bell peppers, cut into strips


1. Marinate pork in soft drinks for 30 minutes then boil for about 20 minutes or until tender. Drain and set aside.  Discard any stock left.

2. Using the same pan, sauté garlic and onion. Add Del Monte Tomato Sauce, salt and pepper to taste. Put Meat and simmer for 10 minutes.

3. Add bell peppers. Simmer once. (Originally, you  can put 2 tbsp chopped celery, but I prefer not to include it.)

Presenting, Sweet Pork from Del Monte Kitchenomics.

This recipe is so easy to cook. I highly recommend it to those who are beginner in cooking like me.