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Mas mura ang Cebuchon sa Weee!

Meet Cebuchon, a special kind of boneless Lechon from Cebu where a slab of pork belly is rolled to imitate the center of a traditional Lechon while having an ultra crrrispy skin and tender garlicky meat. Guaranteed to impress for every occasion.

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It’s also known as Lechon Liempo, Pork Belly Roll, or Filipino Porchetta. This emblematic Lechon Cebuano has a perfect balance of saltiness and tanginess from garlic, lemongrass, basil, and other herbs - making this beauty absolutely delicious! Have you heard of a Lechon skin’s sound? Music to the ears! Its crispy and crunchy skin will have everyone in the room hear every bite...and craving what you have!



A regular Lechon is cooked by grilling a whole baby pig on a metal rod on top of embers (Yes, a complete whole baby pig!) which is usually served at large parties. With Cebuchon, you don’t even need a celebration to have it since it’s much easier to cook. It’s boneless and oven-ready unlike a traditional Lechon -- but with the same joys of the feast na nakakamiss!


How to Cook Cebuchon:

1. Preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. With a moist paper towel, lightly wipe off the spices for the skin to be golden and prevent spices from burning.

3. Arrange the Cebuchon in a roasting pan and place it in the oven for 3 hours.

4. After 3.5 hours, adjust the temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and cook for another 30 minutes to get the skin extra crispy.

5. Air cool for 15-30 minutes.

6. Serve and enjoy the taste of Cebu!


Add A Kick or A Dip! 

Cebuchon is good on its own...but adding dipping sauce to it will truly make you say “extra rice please!” Here’s a super easy recipe for a tangy Filipino dipping sauce that is great for balancing the fattiness of Cebuchon:

1. Combine these ingredients in one bowl:  ½ cup of cane vinegar, 3 tsp of soy sauce, 1 tbsp brown sugar, 1/2 cup of minced onion, 1 clove minced garlic, 1 thai chili. 

2. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Add more water or soy sauce until desired taste. 

3. Serve & enjoy with your crispy Cebuchon!


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