Category: Filipino

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Kinamatisang Salmon

Sometimes you find the best recipes not online but from friends and family, this one is a great example of it when one of our close friends prepared one for dinner. He calls it...

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Nanam Eatery (Auckland, New Zealand)

It’s exciting when you see Filipino restaurants opening in a country apart from the Philippines because our cuisine is not that popular compared to our South East Asian neighbours. So far in there are...

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Taco Pao

Taco Pao is a fusion of three different cuisines Mexican for the taco concept then Chinese and Filipino for the pao, a steamed bun folded like a taco filled with asado style pulled pork,...

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Beef Misono

I dare you to search online and look for any beef misono dishes posted by a Japanese blogger, I bet you will not find one and most of the ones you will see are...

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Paksiw na Pata

Paksiw na pata is a Filipino dish of pork leg and banana blossoms slowly stewed on a sauce made out of soy sauce, vinegar and a bit of sugar. Paksiw for starters is one...

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Ginataang Talong

Ginataan one of the many cooking methods in the Philippine cuisine where ingredients are cooked in coconut milk, popular ones are fish pork chicken and vegetables like squash and string beans. The creamy coconut...

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Honey Lemon Salabat

Salabat is a traditional ginger hot drink in the Philippines, usually served during the rainy season and it believed to have a lot of uses and cures which elaborate further below. Traditionally this drink...

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Bagis

Kampangpangan cuisine is one of the popular cuisines back in the Philippines, it is well regarded as having the best dishes back home. Popular dishes include Kare-Kare, Sisig, Morcon, Menudo, Caldereta, Estofado and Embutido...

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Ginataang Mais

Ginataang Mais is a type of Filipino snack made out of corn kernels, glutinous rice, coconut milk and sugar. Usually served during merienda but others have them for dessert. A close relative to creamed...

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The Endless Varieties of Adobo

What is this Philippine Adobo? Have you even tried it? Well Adobo for starters is the Philippines national dish and it is usually made with pork or chicken stewed in soy sauce and vinegar...