Lechon Kawali in 3 different sizes , (Small, Medium and Large Party Trays).
Lechon Kawali is a crispy deep fried pork belly. This Spanish-influenced dish is a version of the original Lechon introduced by the Spaniards during their colony. The original Lechon skews the whole pig using a bamboo to be roasted over the heat of flamed charcoal, while Lechon Kawali uses a method of deep frying the pork belly in oil to achieve a delicious crispy pork meat. Lechon Kawali also resembles the famous Bagnet dish of the Ilocanos. Their main differences is that Bagnet's meat is dry, light, and crackles, while Lechon Kawali is crispy and moist. "Kawali" is a Tagalog term referring to a wok or deep frying pan. Lechon Kawali, most probably, originated from the regions of the Tagalogs. It could be that this dish originated where the method of boiling and deep frying of pork belly is popular, particularly in Bulacan where you can find one of the best Chicharon Baboy in the Philippines.