Author: Ron Leyba
Ron Leyba blogs about anything that interests him at his personal domain http://ronleyba.com. He recently shared his favorite Filipino chicken recipes at his blog. You can also check his collection of mouth watering desserts recipes that will surely satisfy your cravings.

Making Fish Wonton (Dumplings) Like A Pro

Fish wonton, the way it is prepared and cook is very similar to its pork counterpart. Fish Wonton (Dumplings) is best made with left-over fish that is either fried or steamed. So if you have leftover fish at home, don’t throw it away unless its spoiled…

Ginisang Munggo With Ginger Soup

Cooking Munggo With Ginger Soup Like A Pro

If you have been following and regularly visiting the CookingLikeAPro.Net website, you will notice that lots of its recipes includes munggo, ginger and spinach. Not because it’s the ingredient that is quite easy to get aside from being affordable, but because it’s quite nutritious and delicious…

Cooking Lechon Paksiw Like A Pro step 6 - Filipino Food

Cooking Lechon Paksiw Like A Pro

If you got left over lechon at home, for sure you wanted to cook it into another version. Here in the Philippines. the very common and most popular left over lechon recipe is the lechon paksiw. Lechon Paksiw is a way of cooking lechon (left-over ones)…

- Filipino Food-Kinilaw Na Tanigue Recipe

Making Kinilaw Na Tanigue Like A Pro

Kinilaw (Ceviche) is a way of preparing or cooking seafood (usually fish), in acetic acid. It can be vinegar, lime or calamansi or a combination of those in preparing the dish. There is no heat involved in preparing or cooking such dish. Ingredients: – fresh tanigue…

- Filipino Food-Cooking Batchoy Ni Tatay - CookingLikeAPro.Net

Cooking Batchoy Ni Tatay Like A Pro

Batchoy ni Tatay is not just your typical Batchoy dish. This Batchoy recipe is extremely especial to the chef since this is a specialty taught to her by Tatay Elmo (this is why she called this dish Batchoy Ni Tatay). This Batchoy recipe uses some ingredients…

- Filipino Food-Tomato Brocolli Stir Fried Recipe

Cooking Tomatoes and Broccoli Stir-fried Like A Pro

Here is a quick, easy and low calorie dish or recipe that will surely captivate your taste bud. This tomatoes and broccoli stir-fried recipe can be done as quick as 20 minutes. This is a perfect flavorful dish for those people who are watching their weights since…

Cooking Adobong Spare Ribs

Cooking Adobong Spare Ribs With Chicken Like A Pro

As we all know, adobo is one of the easiest and most popular dish in the Philippines. Adobo do have a lot of varieties and cooked in many ways. The most basic adobo is cooked with just soy sauce and vinegar as ingredients and some are just…

Cooking Lumpiang Togue (Bean Sprout Rolls) Like A Pro

Lumpiang Togue is probably one of the most quickest and easiest bean sprout dish to cook. There are lot of ways to cook lumpiang togue. Some pre-cook the fillings before putting them in the wrapper. Some are using tofu as an added filling. For this recipe,…

Cooking Crab Fried Rice Like A Pro

This recipe is a good one if you wanted to turn your same old, simple looking less tasty fried rice into something great and new. This fried rice recipe will include crab meat (left over crabs or crab meat will do!) along with few basic ingredients…

Cooking Ginisang Munggo with Dried Shrimps Like A Pro

Ginisang Munggo is a common and typical dish in the Philippines. It is one of the simplest and easiest dish to make aside from the very cheap cost of cooking it. Ginisang Munggo plays  a big part at the Filipino culture in terms of foods and…

Cooking Corned Beef With A Twist Like A Pro

Corned beef is one of the quickest dish to make (they comes out as a ready to eat in an easy to open can too). Filipinos do have different way of cooking it and making it much more appealing and delectable for our taste buds. Below…

Cooking Pork Soup a la Hototay Like A Pro

Hototay soup, as we all know, is a traditional Chinese soup. A typical Pork Hototay soup is a mixture of pork, pork liver, vegetables, spices and egg (optional). With this recipe, you don’t have to go to a certain Chinese restaurant to enjoy a full flavored hototay…

Cooking Ginataang Isda With A Twist Like A Pro

Cooking ginatang isda (or ginataang isda) is a very quick fish recipe. It may be done by stewing fish in coconut milk, spices and vinegar (or other sour ingredients). In this recipe however, ginataang isda is cooked with a twist in spicing up this dish. If…

Cooking Pork Caldereta Like A Pro

Caldereta is a popular dish in the Philippines. Caldereta or pork caldereta in general is commonly cooked and served during special events or occasions only since cooking pork Caldereta can take a lot of time, effort and patience to cook. Below is a simple Pork Caldereta recipe that…

Binagoongang Baboy (Pork Cooked With Shrimp Paste)

Binagoongang Baboy is an authentic Filipino dish which is cooked with pork and shrimp paste. Binagoongang Baboy is considered as one Filipino dish to die for. The smell of the bagoong along with the mild salty taste of the pork makes this dish one of its…