Category: Filipino

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Tonjiru

If you love miso you will love this even better, it’s like a loaded version of miso soup -with thinly sliced pork, tofu, mushrooms and vegetable it has everything sorted for you. Tonjiru (豚汁,とんじる?)...

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Creamy Chopseuy

You may well know Chopsuey by heart as it is the most common vegetable dish in the Philippines but do you know that there is another way to prepare them? And it’s the creamy...

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Crispy Sisig

I already had posted sisig before and that was one of the traditional recipes where it is primarily made with grilled pork ears and some innards chopped into small pieces but for those who...

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Pata con Setas

Who does not love Spanish inspired dishes, the sofrito on tomato based sauce on meat or vegetables is a flavour that is so comforting, the natural sweetness with the tang of tomatoes is such...

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Kinalas

Kinalas is a very popular dish in Naga City, a very hearty delicious noodle soup dish made with either beef or pork meat extracted near the bony parts like face or leg, brains and...

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Linagpang na Bangus

Linagpang na Bangus is a simple dish of char-grilled fish then boiled on a simple soup of onions and tomatoes. It might sound so bland but the grilling process gives it a good flavour...

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Ginisang Talong with Bagoong

What’s good with the usual plebeian dishes back home is that all of them are very economical, easy to prepare and cook but without sacrificing the flavours thanks to flavour boosters common back home...

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Sinabawang Talbos ng Kamote

As a non-Filipino you might find it weird that Filipinos pour soup on our rice, like how you pour milk on your cereals, if not all most of the Filipinos do this to moisten...

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Crispy Pork, Mango and Eggplant Binagoongan

I made Crispy Pork Binagoongan before and this dish of ours today is quite different from that, the common Crispy Pork Binagoongan is usually made just with Fatty pork rendered then cooked till its...