So the person who helped me with this post doesn't want to be identified... well to put it simply, because of the nature of his business. No, he is not a spy or an undercover detective. But he is very much a foodie like me. He says he visits my blog daily and he comments that my pictures are not sharp enough. So the pictures that you see in this post is a result of one afternoon taking a short "photography 101" lesson from him.
When we had lechon kawali (crispy pork belly), he introduced me to pritchon,
Pritchon is a term combining the words prito or fried, and lechon or roasted pig. This post doesn't need a recipe since you could use lechon (roast pig) or the lechon kawali. But in order for you to make this wrap, we need:
Hoisin Sauce (diluted in water)
Chop the lechon into bite pieces and arrange them in a platter like so:
It could be served as an appetizer or an entree itself. Everyone enjoys assembling their own wrap... and before you know it the whole plate is gone.