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Chicken & Broccoli

Chicken & Broccoli

Chicken & Broccoli is another favorite among Filipinos. Although it’s not really a traditional Filipino food, it does share just about every ingredient that is commonly used in the Philippines. With that being said, Filipinos didn’t have any trouble adapting to this wonderful dish. The way I cook this recipe is pretty much the same […]

Paksiw na Isda

Paksiw na Galunggong

Paksiw is undoubtedly the next best dish to Adobo since the dish is versatile and adaptable much the same as Adobo is. Paksiw is also very popular in the Philippines since it has the longest shelf life of any other dish due to its main ingredient, the vinegar. The most common way of preserving food […]

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 […]

Filipino Pork BBQ

After getting a few requests, here it is, the Filipino Pork BBQ. This appetizer food or Pulutan is very popular in the Philippines. You will find this at just about every entrance in the middle class subdivisions and especially on the market sidewalks. A favorite among most Filipinos. Filipino’s eat this BBQ as an appetizer, […]

Lumpia – Shanghai

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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 […]

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 […]

Pork Fried Rice

As with most Asian countries, the most consumed food in the Philippines is rice and Pork Fried Rice is one of the top contender when it comes to leftover rice. It is most often boiled and served during most meals. Left over rice is often fried with garlic and onion to make sinangag (fried rice), […]

Nilagang Baka

Nilagang Baka

White steamed rice, fish sauce with calamansi, and thai chili peppers for condiments makes this dish a true wonder when it comes to lunch time. A lot of us prefer this dish with just soup bones, but every once in a while we look for something meatier and that’s where this particular version of Nilagang […]

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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