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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 the… 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 the… 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 similar… 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 are… 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 of… 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. Although… 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 Bulalo… 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 cured…. 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 long… 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 Saba… Read More »