Tag: Black pepper
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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…

Tortang Talong

Tortang Talong or Eggplant Omelette is a Filipino dish made out of eggs and eggplant. A very popular breakfast item served together with sinangag (garlic fried rice) and catsup, it’s easy to make and it’s cheap. There are two ways of making this simple meal one…

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…

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.…

Spaghetti in Spicy Pomodoro with Black Olives

Spaghetti In Spicy Pomodoro with Black Olives This recipe is one of my favorites. Everytime I eat in this particular restaurant, I make sure that I order their version of pomodoro, which is a bit spicy. The aroma of olives & spiciness of jalapeños makes me…

Arroz ala Cubana

Arroz a la Cubana is a Philippine dish that consists of sautéed minced beef, white rice, fried egg and fried cardaba (saba) banana. A dish that originated from the Spanish arroz a la cubana which is nearly similar but instead of the sautéed beef it is…

Bulanglang

Bulanglang and Pinakbet what is the difference between the two? Though the ingredients might be the same the way it is cooked and flavoured is different, as a start we can safely say that Bulanglang is the recipe of the Tagalog’s and Pinakbet is for the Ilocano’s. Another difference is…

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…

Sariling Giniling

Ingredients: 1/4 kg. ground beef 2 medium sized potatoes (diced) 1 cup frozen mixed vegetables (corn, carrots, and peas) 6 cloves of garlic (minced) 4 tbsps. black pepper 2 tbsps. salt 1/4 cup sesame oil 2 tbsps. chinese soy sauce 2 tbsps. oyster sauce Preparation: 1.…

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…

Adobong Sitaw

Adobong sitaw is the vegetable variation of the famous Filipino dish Adobo, but instead of just using big chunks of pork and chicken, we use long beans or some call it string beans cooked with some pork pieces.  It is another popular dish in the Philippines, and…

Chilli con Carne

Chili con carne is a Spanish word for “Chili with meat”.  During the early days this recipe is made out of dried beef, a type of beef fat called suet, dried chilli and salt which are then pounded together and dried on bricks which make its…

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…

Tokneneng

Tokneneng is made by deep-frying an orange battered egg chicken or duck eggs usually served with spiced vinegar based dip.  A very popular street food where you see in almost bus or jeepney stops where hungry workers heading home can enjoy a piece or two.  Usually…

Mussel Fritters

  Fritters, frytors or frytos can be sweet (fruit & nuts) or savoury (cheese, fish, vegetables) and history suggests that it existed and consumed during the Ancient Roman period. The Romans introduced it to Europe during their conquest that’s why the Spanish have frittatas and the…