Category: Filipino

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Sinigang na Sinangag

When I first heard this Sinigang na Sinangag I was quite sceptical on whether the combination of Sinigang and Sinangag will work as they are two totally different dish where one is a soup...

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Kaldereta with Peanut Butter

I never tried adding peanut butter with my Kaldereta, it never even crossed my mind until one of my Filipino colleage asked me if I put peanut butter when I prepare one. That question...

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Copycat KC Turon

Honestly when I go to Philippines for a vacation Kanin Club is one of the first places that I will try, they brighten and give a new life to the traditional dishes I grew...

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Binukadkad na Isda

Binukadkad na Isda is a Filipino dish prepared with butterflied fish fried to a very crispy state. I know frying is quite easy but frying fish like this is a different ball game on...

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Tinapa Flakes, Salted Duck Egg and Tomato

Tinapa Flakes, Salted Duck Egg and Tomato is a type of side salad dish most probably of Filipino origin. I said most probably as I haven’t tried or seen this back home and just...

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Yema Cake

Yema cake is not a traditional Filipino cake but rather a new creation that most probably have been created less than 20 years ago. I never seen this cake when I was a young...

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Arroz ala Valenciana

Arroz ala Valenciana is one of the dishes back in the Philippines with a Spanish origin, it resembles a Paella but it’s not from the paella but from a similarly named dish. The Spanish and...

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Crispy Dinuguan

I always get excited when I meet someone who just freshly arrived from the Philippines, why? Because I haven’t been back since 2003 and I don’t know what Philippines do look right now compared...

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Paklay

In Philippines there are no animal innards left uneaten from heart, lungs, stomach and even blood there are many ways to cook them. I know they sound gross but if you eat processed meats...