I was very proud of myself for having made Paksiw na Isda for the first time. It’s one […]
A delicious beef steak dish that doesn’t require a lot of ingredients, and with very little preparation, as well.
Kicking off the last day of summer vacation in high gear with this no-nonsense pork belly chili recipe.
My rule for any traditional recipe is to keep it simple and stick with the classic!
Afritada is one of many popular everyday entrée dishes in the Philippines.
Picadillo (Spanish pronunciation: [pikaˈðiʎo], “mince”) is a traditional dish in many Latin American countries and the Philippines (where it is known as giniling, and also arroz a la Cubana) that is similar to hash.
A specialty noodle dish in the Philippines smothered with a thick, golden shrimp sauce or other flavored sauce, and topped with: Shrimp, (the size and shell-on or shell-off depending on preference) Crushed or ground pork rind, chicharron, tinapa flakes, scallions, and fried garlic.
This classic comfort food is an easy way to learn how to cook a staple *Filipino cuisine. It has minimal ingredients that you may readily have available in your fridge and pantry.
For this recipe, I made smaller versions in reminiscence of the pandesal I had in the Philippines.
At first glance this recipe may look intense, but it really isn’t. Don’t be intimidated by how it reads. The only caveat it does require is a few hours of your time.So apparently I had three hours to spare 😆.
So I’ve never made this before, but its been on my list of to do’s. While I didn’t quite have all the right ingredients, I managed to pull it off going by memories from childhood. Sopas is a staple comfort food—macaroni chicken soup, in the Philippines. Made of the simplest ingredients in less than an hour time.
This is how I like my BBQ…easy peasy, no frills straight up all-protein version! Make approximately 15 pieces […]
In Spain, escabeche is fried fish marinated in vinegar or citrus. The dish, along with the name arrived […]
Well…here I am! Back in the cooking game after our 6th move in August. I will not go into much details …but, I am pretty sure this is THE ONE!
Of course, in my new little kitchen, the first meal I made (by request from our teen) was Pork Sinigang (Filipino sour soup or stew). A staple in any Filipino home, and quite the favorite for many–young and old. Thus, on the topic of Filipino food, comes the wondrous Pork Adobo…
Tocino is bacon in Spanish, typically made from the pork belly and often formed into cubes in Spain. […]