Tag: Filipino Recipe
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Paksiw na Lechon

In the Philippines, Paksiw refers to any stew cooked with vinegar and garlic. This dish that I have for you today is made from roast pork which we Filipinos call lechon. Serving lechon during the holidays and on special occasions has become a tradition in many Filipino homes. The whole roast pig is…

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Mocha Cake

Adapted from Goldilocks Bakebook, this Mocha Cake will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth. The mocha flavor for both the cake and the frosting is just awesome! I topped  the cake with Chocolate Truffles for a more fabulous finish and for an added bittersweet taste. I tell you it made…

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Bulalo (Beef Shanks with Bone Marrow Soup)

The province of Batangas where my dad came from is known not only for the  famous Kapeng Barako (Batangas coffee) and its beautiful beaches, but also for this comforting beef dish called Bulalo. For many, Batangas is a favorite spot for swimming or scuba diving, and on the…

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Ensaymada

Ensaymada is one of those delicious baked goodies that we Filipinos got from our Spanish colonizers. Known as Ensaimada in Spanish, it is a pastry that originated in Mallorca, Spain and is made with flour, water, sugar, eggs, and lard. The Filipino version however is made…

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 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…

Nilagang Baka

Nilagang Baka

Nilagang Baka Favorite Sunday lunch menu! I remember my mom used to cook Nilagang Baka every Sunday when we were growing up. This recipe is one of the simplest & effortless yet flavorful dishes you can make & also one of the family’s favorite Sunday dish.…

5 Healthy Benefits From Eating Fern (Paco)

I know that my title seems to be a little controversial as most of us think that ferns are merely plants that grow on the mountains and are usually used for landscapes and flower arrangements. Unknown to most of us, there is this one of a…

Green Mussels Adobo (Adobong Tahong)

We usually cook mussels by boiling it with onion and ginger (mussels soup). Adobong tahong is an alternative way to cook mussels. This recipe was contributed by my wife. She also wanted to make something for this blog that’s why she made this one. Isn’t she…

Steamed Tilapia With Sitsaro

  Steamed Tilapia With Sitsaro (pea shoot) Looking for something light for dinner?This is one of my favorite recipes for dinner because it is light, healthy, delicious & most importantly, it is easy to prepare & cook. So, if you are health conscious & wanted to…

Sweet and Sour Meatballs

Like most kids, my daughters love meatballs! Whether it’s beef, chicken, pork or turkey, they wouldn’t say no to it! Well I love meatballs too… but I’m sure it’s not just a “gene” thing. I guess it’s more of the easy-to-chew goodness that makes meatballs a…