Tag: Chicken
- Filipino Food-

Asadong Manok

If you’re looking for an easy chicken dish to prepare for you and your loved ones, then look no further! Asadong Manok (Tangy Chicken Stew) is so easy that not even a novice like myself can ruin it! It’s chicken with some vinegar and paprika and…

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Rellenong Manok

Rellenong Manok is a festive Filipino festive dish which is basically a roasted stuffed chicken but something is special here, it is boneless. Yes you’ve read it right it is boneless but only in the cavity, wings and legs still have its bones in tact. Now…

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…

Fritong Manok (Fried Chicken)

For the longest time, I was under the impression that a lot of Filipino food is fried. It wasn’t until I started my Filipino Food Fridays weekly cooking segment on YouTube that I started cooking, and that’s when I learned that just because most things start…

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…

Adobong Manok sa Gata

Adobo is a term to define food items in the Philippines where meat or vegetables are stewed in a mixture of vinegar, soy sauce, spices and lots of garlic. Several dishes are cooked in this manner like the Pork Adobo, Chicken Adobo, Adobong Sitaw and Adobong Kangkong  to name some. Most…

Filipino Food Fridays: Arroz Caldo at Manok

A couple of YouTube users–drlilibeth and J.C.–asked me to make Arroz Caldo for my weekly Filipino Food Fridays YouTube cooking segment, so I did! I don’t know why I waited so long, especially since I learned I enjoy rice dishes, like Arroz a la Valenciana, that I…

Pinaupong Manok

Pinaupong manok is a chicken dish dry cooked in a palayok (earthenware pot) set on a sitting position placed on a bed of rock salt lined with banana leaf.  This process makes the pot acts like and oven and cooks the chicken using its own juices, the salt…

Korean Fried Chicken

If there’s one food I’ll eat for the rest of my life, that would be fried chicken. When I was a kid, I would always had to have the drumstick. Now, I’m in love with chicken wings. By origin, this recipe is definitely NOT Filipino. But…

Manok Adobo sa Gata (Chicken Adobo in Coconut Cream)

Ito ang pinakapaborito ko sa lahat ng luto.  Bata pa lamang ako ay nakagisnan ko na ang lutuing ito ng tatay ko.  Tuwing mayroong may birthday sa pamilya, mayroon bisita at lalong-lalo na pagkatapos dumaan ang malakas na bagyo. Masarap ang “native na manok” sa lutuing…

Sinigang Na Manok Sa Miso

  Madalas kapag paulit-ulit na lang ang ulam na nakahain sa hapag kainan, ‘di ba nakasasawa rin? Ganun din naman sa canteen, kapag iyon lagi ang nakikita mo, parang ayaw mo nang pumila para bumili.  Nakauumay ‘di ba? Inisip ko, ano kaya ang luto na puwede…

Comida Tsina: Chicken with Sausage Rice

I enjoy watching the Asian Food Channel, including the shows that go to hawker stalls and out-of-the-way food stalls. Even if I don’t understand the language and get by with the english subtitles. There were times when I could  imagine how the dishes taste like! There…

Laksa (Singaporean Noodle Dish)

My home made version of the famous Singaporean and Malaysian street food. Curry Laksa is a spicy and filling coconut milk based noodle dish with a curry soup base  mixed with deboned chicken meat and fried tofu. I substitute Laksa leaves to wansoy. CREAMY CURRY LAKSA…

Chicken Sopas

Before, I had already posted a dish called Beef Sopas. And now will be making the more popular version of this soup which is the Chicken Sopas. Sopas as I had mentioned is a Tagalog word for soup and it had originated from the Western Chicken…