Another one from Andrew’s recipes. This dish is called Pansit Rinuguan which is another Bicol original delicacy. It basically means that Pansit Bato noodles are immerged in cooked pork blood. It’s a strange combo, but it does taste good, believe it or not. Of course it will have to do with how good someone makes it, and Andrew was one of them who really did this “rinuguan” recipe right.

Both dishes are actually made separately and combine prior to serving. Janis offers a recipe for Pansit Bato. As far as “Dinuguan”, none of us has dared to make some yet, but don’t be surprised if Mark does!