Category: Filipino

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Bulalo Pares

Bulalo and Pares are both popular street food in the Philippines, both are known to be a hangover cure hence they are both usually are popular during late night, midnight to the wee hours...

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Copycat Jollibee Garlic Pepper Beef

Filipinos like gravy, in fact if we can drink them we will! In the Philippines if you see fried chicken, steaks or even burger patty served on rice automatically they are served with a...

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Pianono

Pianono or pionono is a type of sponge cake rolled into a cylinder similar to jelly roll cake, what sets it apart from other roll cakes is that pianono are smaller in size and...

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Bas-Uy

Philippines consist of 7,600+ islands and each island is quite different to each other with 175 dialects at least 183 Ethnic Groups, I think this is one of the most diverse countries in the...

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Ube Mamon

Ube Mamon is a type of mini sponge cake made eggs and ube, a combination of two Filipino merienda favourites, the ube and mamon. Ube for those who does not know, is a type...

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Lechon Macau

Crispy pork anyone? I guess most Asians consider this one of the best ways you can make with pork, tender savoury meat topped with a crispy skin and melting fat what more could you...

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Ginisang Sayote, Hipon at Giniling

Sayote, Choko, Chayote, Vegetable Pear or Mango Squash it’s one of those vegetables that we seldom have because its popular here in New Zealand and it is seasonal, luckily, we have friends that have...

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Porbidang Kangkong

Porbidang Kangkong is a popular dish in Bacolod made with kangkong leaves cooked in chillies and coconut milk. Think of it as a cleaner on the palate version of the laing, its similarly spicy...

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How to make the Best Sweet Spicy Sawsawan

If the Malaysians/Indonesians have the Sambal Oelek, the Thai have the Nam Pra Prik, the Vietnamese have the Nước chấm then the Filipinos have the sawsawan. Sawsawan is a generic term in the Philippines...

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Paksing Demonyu

Paksing Demonyu or Devil’s stew is a Kapampangan dish made with vegetables stewed in vinegar. Now you might be asking why it is named like such? Well there is an old story that this...