Tag: Vegetable
- 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…

Beef Pochero

If you like red meat and vegetables, then you will love Beef Pochero (Beef and Sausage Stew.) But make sure you have time, because the beef takes a long time to stew, a good hour to 90 minutes. I say start the beef and vegetables, and…

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.…

Filipino Food Fridays: Guisadong Chayote

Guisadong Chayote is an easy vegetable dish to make, if you’re good at peeling and deveining shrimp, which is the most complicated part of the recipe. But don’t let that discourage you. Chayote has lots of vitamins and minerals, like Vitamin C, Manganese and Zinc. I…

Filipino Food Fridays: Pinakbet

I used to go to lunch with the Filipino group at work–my parents retired to the Philippines and I don’t get Filipino home cooking anymore–and because my coworkers are organized, and because I just show up to eat and socialize, I don’t normally remember what we…

Rellenong Talong

While some will contend that this is more of an omelette than a stuffed vegetable I believe it’s the latter as the definition of relleno in Spanish is “stuffed”. The omelette version of this dish is called Tortang Talong where it does not contain meat on…

Potato Pudding Dessert Recipe

Potatoes. They are one of the most sought vegetables in Philippines, because of the mash, chewy and ube-like texture, it’s well loved not just by adults, but kids as well. These are use in wide variety of cooking here in the Philippines. Whenever my mom cooks nilaga,…

Kare-kare, Vegan

Kare-kare is a Filipino stew with ox tail, tripe, and vegetables in thick peanut sauce. It’s usually served during special occasions perhaps because the procedure is painstakingly delicate. With the help of my mom, we both re-invented Kare-Kare to a vegan dish full of soulful flavor…

Kare Kare

For today we will be posting a dish is called Kare-kare, a popular stew in Philippines that is served on special occasions like Feast Days (fiesta), Birthdays and family gatherings. The dish’s defining ingredient is its peanut sauce which is made out of peanut butter, ground toasted rice…

Pancit Bihon

Pancit Bihon is a classic Filipino noodle dish. It’s pronounced pan-seet bee-hon.  Bihon is a kind of rice noodle. It cooks fast so be sure not to leave it under the boiling water for too long. In fact, making Pancit Bihon is quick and delicious. All you…

Guisadong Ampalaya

I am not sure if bitter gourd be considered a vegetable or a fruit but in Philippines we consider this as a vegetable and of all the vegetables this is the one I really don’t like until recently, who would not like the bitter taste of it? in…