Category: Filipino

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Puto Bumbong

Puto Bumbong is a type of street food also considered as a delicacy that us traditionally served during the Christmas season, a rice cake made of steamed black glutinous rice (puto) called “pirurutong” cooked...

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Copycat Kanin Club’s Vegetarian Delight

For many months now, I am in continuous search for those lesser known Filipino dishes and in line with that search I am also reading the menus of popular Filipino restaurants just to double...

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Pork Salpicao

I am torn between these two types of salpicao, do I like pork or beef? It’s a hard decision between the two but since I like anything pork then I will have to choose...

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Chorizo Fried Rice

Fried Rice is popular in Asia likewise Chorizo is popular in Spain and Latin America, both can be enjoyed on breakfast that is why in Malaysia you have Nasi Goreng and in Philippines you...

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Hipon sa Aligue

Just stop for a while and imagine this, large juicy prawns swimming in a sauce made with crab fat/roe, creamy coconut, tomatoes, chillies and a splash of lemon. It’s a dish only to be...

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Sinigang na Bangus sa Miso

Like the adobo there are many variations of sinigang where different meats like pork, beef, chicken, fish and shrimps can be used. Tamarind is the most common souring agent used in this dish but...

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Crispy Liempo Strips

Kanin Club! If there is one reason to go back to the Philippines it would be you, the dishes I tried to recreate from your menu never fails me, until now I like them...

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Bohol Adobo

Do you know how many adobo variationsexist? Sorry but I don’t know either, I always learn new things specially in the Philippine cuisine especially now that I had posted most of the common dishes I...

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Ensadalang Inihaw na Talong

If there is a Romeo and Juliet in the culinary world then this Filipino side dish is the Juliet to grilled meats like Inihaw na Baboy, Inihaw na Isda or Pinoy Barbecue. A humble...