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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 […]

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

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 […]

Arroz Caldo

Arroz Caldo

Well, fall season is here in America and winter is just around the corner. Having said that for most of us Filipinos here in the U.S. or abroad our bodies are starting to look for something warm to eat to compensate for the cold weather outside. So, of course, what is better to have than […]

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 […]

Giniling Turo-Turo Style

Giniling - Turo Turo Style

Back home this dish Giniling Turo-Turo Style is fairly popular especially at street side eateries, commonly called Turo-Turo Restaurants. I have my own simple version of Giniling Guisado which is actually my Mom’s old recipe that she cooked for us when I was a kid. I have to admit she does not cook it often, but […]

Beef Stew

This is another perfect example of how you can turn one dish into another without compromising the flavor. Most of the time we don’t think much about left-overs, but if you take a closer look at what’s inside your refrigerator I bet you can come up with another dish using what your family ate the […]

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 […]

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