soy sauce Archives - Filipino Food Lovers

Posts Tagged ‘soy sauce’

Longanisa

Longanisa, does this word sounds familiar to you? No? Okay, then let me tell you what it is then. Longanisa sausage is the Filipino version of the Hispanic Longaniza. Although the original sausage is dry and ready to be eaten the way it is; Filipino longanisa is a bit different than the Hispanic version. The […]

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 […]

Bistek 2.0

Coming from the Philippines–a country that has been inhabited by many foreign countries during its early times–has yielded a great culinary advantage for me, as I’ve been exposed to and able to learn about many great cuisines from all over the world. I wrote about this dish back in 2009 and after getting such great feedback […]

Stir-fry Beef Liver

Stir-fry beef liver is not a common dish here in America. It is mostly known to be used for liver and onions which is the simpler version of this particular dish. Although not many people get excited at the sound of beef liver or any liver for that matter, there are some who appreciate it. […]

Chicken Stir-fry

Chicken Stir-fry is delicious, quick and easy to cook, and is perfect for a busy schedule as most people have here in America. A few ingredients and high heat can bring a healthy and satisfying meal for the whole family. The key to successful stir-frying is the sauce, so choosing it is crucial. You want […]

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 […]

Pancit Canton

Pancit Canton is a dish you will often see on just about any special occasion in the Philippines; however if these noodles are not cooked correctly, they can get a distinct soapy taste that most people don’t appreciate. That’s why this dish is often time the second choice of noodle lovers in the Philippines. I played […]

Ginisang Togue

Ginisang Togue & Tokwa with Chicken Breast

Ginisang Togue is another dish that is often seen at the dinner table and sidewalk eateries known as Turo-Turo restaurants in the Philippines. I remember when I was a kid, my mom would cook Togue all the time since they’re so easy to find and fresh. It was hard for her not to get some […]

Pinakbet

Pinakbet - Mix Vegetables Stew

Pinakbet is one of my favorites when it comes to vegetable dishes. It’s a mixture of stir-fried vegetables simmered in a rich flavor of pork, shrimp paste (bagoong alamang), and spices. If you want to taste the full potential of this dish then you need to use the key ingredient, the shrimp paste. It gives […]

Powered by WordPress | Designed by: MMORPG Games | Thanks to Game Music, VPS Hosting and Shared Hosting