Bagnet Kare Kare at Rapsadoodle
Some of the best Pinoy dishes undeniably come from Ilocos and fusion restaurant Rapsadoodle
is making sure that fans of food from the North will not be disappointed by their innovative
On their social media page, the restaurant showcased their bagnet kare kare, a combination of
two Ilocano favorites – the kare kare and the bagnet in what seems like a deconstructed version
of the former.
However, instead of using ox tail, tripe and pork leg for the meat, the chefs substituted it with
the twice deep fried crispy pork dish that adds a crunchy contrast to the dish.
The dish retains the peanut sauce element of the kare kare and it is served with yellow fried
rice along with vegetables like eggplants, baguio beans and petchay.
A definite bestseller at the establishment, diners troop to its branch in Banawe, Quezon City
just to get a taste. (ANGEL ONG)