Category: Filipino

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Kinulob na Manok

I am sure the use of ovens was not a traditional Filipino cooking method, I can’t even think of any dishes that uses it apart from pandesal, because of this Filipinos before used a...

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Honey Calamansi Iced Tea

I know it’s so cold here down under while it’s so hot and humid on the opposite side but nothing stopping me to enjoy a bit of sunshine through a drink we used to...

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Longsilog

A lot of my officemates ask me “what do Filipinos eat for breakfast?” and when I answer rice they always have that surprised look on their face. I even tell them we eat rice...

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Picadillo

Picadillo is a dish made with minced meat (pork or beef), tomatoes and other ingredients like onions, corn, carrots, peas, potatoes, beans, raisins and capers. Popular in countries with Spanish influence like Mexico, Cuba,...

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Buko Pandan

Buko Pandan is a type of dessert salad made out of young coconut strips, pandan jelly and sometimes sago pearl and nata de coco on a cream and condensed milk dressing. This desert from the Bohol province...

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Ginataang Puso ng Saging

Back in the Philippines puso ng saging or banana flower bud is considered as a vegetable and cooked in many different ways like in kilawin, kare kare and this dish just to name some....

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Ginataang Tulingan

Ginataang Tulingan is a Filipino curry dish of “Tulingan” or Skipjack Tuna cooked with vegetables like eggplants, bok choy and moringa leaves in a rich creamy sauce infused with a “siling labuyo” or wild...