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Chicken Adobo

Chicken Adobo is the unofficial national food of the Philippines due its versatility, easiness to cook, and the fact that it can easily fit-in to any household regardless of their income. Although Adobo can be made out of just about anything from veggies, to meat, poultry, and seafood; the chicken version is the most popular […]

Pork Adobo v.2

Philippines is an archipelago of over 7,200 islands and abundant with culinary ingredients from spices to pork, beef, lamb/goat, seafood, and vegetables. Also, back in the day, Philippines encountered numerous visitors and aggressors from whom Filipinos inherited a great number of cooking techniques and methods. The one that had the most influence was the Spaniards […]

Beef Kaldereta

Kaldereta or Caldereta is definitely a top ranked, favorite dish in the Philippines. This dish is served wherever there’s a gathering whether it’s formal or just a family get together. Caldereta has been adapted from the Spaniards during their occupancy in the Philippines and Filipino’s didn’t waste any time in making their own version. The […]

Adobong Pusit

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Noun: squid / skwid:  -“An elongated, fast-swimming cephalopod mollusk with ten arms (technically, eight arms and two long tentacles), typically able to change color”… –-Source: Tagalog English Translations and Dictionary.  Adobong Pusit / Squid Adobo is a very popular dish in the Philippines; want to know the reason why? Well, Filipinos love squid no matter how it […]

Paksiw na Isda

Paksiw na Isda

Paksiw na Isda is an ideal dish for my family back in the days in the Philippines. This simple dish is not only delicious it also does not required refrigeration and not having have a refrigerator back then this dish was often found in out dining table since it can set for a couple of […]

Pork Lechon

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Pork Lechon or Litson is probably one most crave food in overseas. I know I did crave for it a lot in my early days here in America. The main challenge of cooking Pork Lechon is getting the skin crunchy without burning before the whole hog gets properly cooked. Also, for the most part we […]

Corned Beef

Corned beef hash is one of those dishes that you could eat basically any time of the day, at breakfast, lunch or dinner. The best part is you can prepare and cook it really quick. Here is how I do mine. Ingredients: 1 Can of Corned Beef 2 Small sized potato, diced in ¼ inches […]

Adobo

If we are talking about comfort food, Adobo is definitely the first one that pops into my head. Not to mention Adobo is one of the first dishes Filipinos learn to cook as it is simple and requires just a handful of ingredients. In good-tasting adobo, none of the spice flavors dominate but rather the […]

Beef Caldereta

This version of Beef Caldereta is the Reconstructed and fresh version; This is a perfect example of how you can turn one dish into another without compromising the flavor.   This one is made from left over Nilagang Buto ng Baka (beef soup bones.) These are two different dishes, but the ingredients are very similar […]

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