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Toyo Fried Chicken Wings

Pinoy Fried Wings

Toyo Fried Chicken Wings is a choice in most Filipino kitchen since it is easy & quick to prepare and yet very satisfying. This is pretty similar to fried adobo except this does not have vinegar and bay leaf. Most of the time when I cooked this dish is to accompany another dish such as ginisang […]

Ginisang Sardinas

Ginisang Sardinas

After being here in the U.S. for so long now there are a lot of things that I have forgotten from my time in the Philippines and believe it or not blogging has brought back a lot of good memories from when I was in our native land. As I explore my thoughts on what […]

Chicken Afritada

Whenever we’re talking about food that Filipino’s inherited from the Spaniards, Afritada is one of the dishes that stand out. In Philippine cuisine there are several dishes that use tomato sauce based ingredients and Afritada is definitely one of them. There are two types of Afritada, pork and chicken, and chicken is the easier version […]

Ampalaya Con Carne

Some people say that Ampalaya Con Carne is basically the Cadillac of the Ampalaya dish variety. Whether I would agree or not, let’s find out. I normally cooked Ampalaya the way my Mom had taught me with shrimp, shrimp paste, and pork belly “ginisang ampalaya“ and always had great results. Bagoong alamang seems to tame down […]

Things You Need to Know about MSG!

MSG

Things You Need to Know about MSG! — Is an article explaining about MSG and also to clear some myth regarding about this highly controversial food seasoning. Eating is one of life’s pleasures. Taste and flavor are important to enjoying food. Think about a bowl of hot pasta with tomato sauce and parmesan cheese, a […]

Beef and Broccoli

Notice: This recipe is originally published: August 26, 2007 and last updated: February 9, 2013. Beef and Broccoli is not a typical Filipino dish, but due to the Chinese influence this dish was quickly adapted in Philippines cuisine and became a very popular dish often found at family gatherings as well as special occasions. Since […]

Ginisang Ampalaya

Ginisang Ampalaya is bitter and yet very delicious when properly prepared. You can also enjoy its many health benefits. I remember when I was a little boy I used to hate this dish due to its strong bitter taste and now whenever I see an ampalaya on a produce shelf my mouth starts to water. […]

Giniling

Beef Giniling

This dish Giniling you don’t hear much about when you’re talking Filipino dishes. My mom doesn’t make this very often, but when she does everyone in the family loves it. My mom’s version is a pretty common one, but I decided to make mine a little bit fancier and add red and green bell peppers. […]

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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