Sweet and Sour Chicken

In Poultry Recipes On October 19, 2012 1 Comment

  Here’s another dish that uses sweet and sour sauce, Sweet and Sour Chicken takes its influence from the Chinese, it’s a perfect blend between the sourness of… Read More »

Tochong Bangus Recipe

In Seafood Recipes On October 7, 2012 0 Comments

  Tochong Bangus is a popular fish dish that make use of milkfish as its main ingredient. The fish is cooked with fermented tofu (soy cake) which gives… Read More »

Sinanglay na Tilapia Recipe

In Seafood Recipes On October 5, 2012 0 Comments

  Sinanglay na Tilapia is a traditional Bicolano dish where the fish is wrapped in Taro (or Pechay) leaves and cooked with coconut milk. The dish is almost… Read More »

Homemade Banana Chips Recipe

In Desserts On October 1, 2012 0 Comments

  There are several ways of preparing Banana Chips, some prepare baking it in a oven but Pinoys want it crisp and sweet. For most Filipinos, Banana chips… Read More »

Ginataang Totong Recipe

In Rice Recipes On September 29, 2012 0 Comments

  This is one of my favorite merienda when I was a little boy, Nanay would cook Ginataang Totong in a large cauldron and sell it in front… Read More »

Tokwa’t Baboy Recipe

In Pork Recipes On September 22, 2012 0 Comments

  Tokwa’t Baboy is a Filipino dish composed of Tokwa (firm tofu) and pork (combination of pig’s ear and pork belly) served with sweet, sour & spicy sauce…. Read More »

Kansi Recipe

In Beef Recipes On September 20, 2012 0 Comments

  Kansi is a steaming bowl of bone marrow soup famous in the city of Bacolod (and the whole Western Visayas Region). The dish is a cross between… Read More »

Vigan Empanada Recipe

In Pork Recipes On September 15, 2012 1 Comment

  Vigan Empanada differs in most of the empanadas that I’ve tasted in many ways, for one, it uses the local longganisa (sausage), that were perfectly seasoned and… Read More »

Pata Tim Recipe

In Pork Recipes On September 12, 2012 4 Comments

  Pata Tim is a Chinese inspired braised pork legs (pata) dish that is somewhat similar to pork adobo. The recipe uses pork legs, and cooked for a… Read More »

Maruya Recipe

In Desserts On September 8, 2012 0 Comments

  Maruya (Maruyang Saging) is the Filipino version of banana fritters, it’s one of the favorite afternoon snack for Pinoys. The snack is made out of Saging na… Read More »