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Bopis (bópiz in Spanish) is a piquant Philippine dish of pork or beef lungs and heart sautéed in tomatoes, chilies and onions.[1]

This spicy Filipino dish has Spanish origins, but the meaning in its original language and even region of origin are lost.


It is sauteed and stir-fried (until crispy) with finely-chopped pig innards and cooked in onion, tomato, garlic, and pepper.[2]

Recipes for bopis may differ from region to region and family to family, with regard to ingredients, spices and flavoring.

Classified as pulutan in Philippine cuisine,[3] bopis is served with alcoholic beverages or may be taken as a viand with steamed rice.


  1. ^ Bloom, G., Grosberg, M., Jealous, V. & Kelly P. (2009). Philippines (10th ed.). Maribyrnong: Lonely Planet.
  2. ^ Rowthorn, Chris (2006). Lonely Planet Philippines. Lonely Planet. p. 46. ISBN 978-1741042894. 
  3. ^ cusinera. "BUSOG! SARAP!: BOPIS (Filipino Pulutan)".