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Pork Lechon

Lechon

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 […]

Chicken Curry

Filipinos have adopted dishes from all over the world, but most of our cooking is influenced by the Spaniards and Asian cuisine. There are several versions of Chicken Curry; the most popular ones are the Indian version which mostly uses powdered curry and the Thai version which uses curry paste. I am not sure about […]

Ginisang Sayote

Ginisang Sayote

Ginisang Sayote with ground pork is a simple, easy, and healthy dish, using only a few ingredients and you and your family can have a very satisfying meal. Sayote or/ Chayote is a member of the squash, melon, and cucurbit family. It can be found in tropical climate countries around the world. Chayote is somewhat […]

Sopas

sopas

Sopas is delicious and it’s fairly easy to make. A few parts of chicken, some hotdogs, and macaroni can put a smile on the faces of most Filipino children or adults. Sopas can be found not only in the kitchen in most homes during afternoons, but it is also very popular in side walk cafeterias […]

Lumpia – Shanghai

lumpia_shanghai

In the Philippines we have different types of Lumpia known as Eggrolls, but this one stood out the most. It is considered to be the premium Lumpia. We call this one Lumpiang Shanghai. The one thing that separates this Lumpia among others is the filling. This Lumpia is mostly meat and it is a lot […]

Pansit Bihon

Pansit Bihon

Pansit Bihon is very common this dish is in the Philippines; you will find it at just about every special occasion. I am not really sure the reason why this dish is so popular in the Philippines other than the obvious reason that it tastes good and is relatively cheap to make. For most Filipino’s, […]

Lumpiang Togue

Lumpia

Lumpiang Togue definitely brings back good childhood memories when I was in the Philippines. I remember they had these Lumpia stacked up high along with some Banana’s and Kamote Q’s. I used to buy these things and eat my heart out. The vinegar sauce that is pre-made by the street vendors is out of this […]

Dinuguan

There are only a few Filipino I have met that didn’t care for this particular dish. A lot of times people judge this dish before tasting it. The truth is for most people that do actually taste it, my American mother in-law for example, they actually like it. The only problem she had was knowing […]

Siopao – Steamed Buns

Siopao is another dish that Filipinos adopted from the Chinese and it became very popular and a favorite among many. Siopao is also called Salapao in Thailand, Baozi in China, Pau in Hong Kong, or simply known as Steamed Buns in English. Basically, it is a steamed bun filled with a savory meat filling. Back […]

Bicol Express

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For this episode of Lasang Pinoy I was honored to be invited by Kai to participate in the 24th episode. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the invitation early enough due to a send-mail issue with my web server. Having said that, I have to use my previous recipe blog that I wrote several months ago. Even […]

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