Afritadang Baboy is a Filipino term for stewed pork in tomato sauce, known as pork afritada. This recipe for basic pork afritada is uses lesser tomato sauce and liquid (water and broth) compared to my previous uploaded recipe.

This is still perfect with rice. However, it can also be eaten with pandesal or similar breads, just like how people do in some provinces in the Philippines.

The key here is to make the pork as tender as possible for best results. You can make the potato softer by boiling it longer, but I opted not to because it will still get that soft texture once the dish is reheated.

What I do is to eat the newly cooked dish with rice. Refrigerate the leftover and reheat it for breakfast. This is the time when I have it with bread.