Tag: foodipino

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…

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…

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5 Healthy And Unique Filipino Burger Patties For A Yummy Treat

Burger pattiesare common fillings for hamburgers in most Western countries, and it has been observed that most of them love to eat homemade burgers rather than the ones that are bought in fast food. These Americans believe that home-cooked dishes are healthier than to those that…

Ube Macapuno Inipit

A lot of Filipino food are unpoetically named with a simple one word description. The name may be simple, but the taste may be surprisingly delicious. Inipit is usually a sponge cake bar with a custard filling. I used an ube buttercream as filling for a yellow sponge cake…

Creamy Mushroom Pasta ala Lucban

YIELDS 4 SERVINGS INGREDIENTS: 4 clove garlic, minced 1 medium onion, chopped 1 beef franks cut into cubes 12 Lucban Longganisa, removed from casing 2 (305g) cans of Cream of Mushroom 1 cup Tomato sauce 1/2 cup packed thinly sliced basil (chiffonade) 2 Tbsp cooking oil…

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…

LECHON MANOK

My husband is not a Filipino but a pure Chinese from Malaysia. When he first visited the Philippines, he immediately fell in love with the cuisine. Among his favourites were Crispy Pata (crisp fried pork shank), Bulalo (bone marrow soup), Kari-kari (a stew with peanut gravy), grilled…

Halo-halo, Vegan!

I ran out of ice cream in the fridge, and I found myself craving for something cold and sweet to beat the weather. “What else can I make?” I wondered. “Oh, of course, Halo-halo!” (pronounced ha-loh ha-loh and NOT halo like angel halo). Growing up in…

Dinakdakan

“The grass is greener on the other side of the fence.” This is what this image seems to say to me when I walked to the park today.  My friend Rowena commented that it is human nature to always think that way. We should change this…

Crispy Pata 2

The love for pork is universal. How many countries revel on pork and munch on crispy pork skin like popcorn? Pork is the most preferred meat of the Filipinos. The number one pork dish is the whole roast pig called Lechon. Yes, speared in a bamboo stick,…

What’s For Breakfast? Tapsilog!

I was literally stuck.  I was staring at my laptop, not knowing what to write for my next post. Until I saw this post on the page of The Breakfast Store. For the child in all of us… “When you wake up in the morning, (Winnie…