Tagged: Offal

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Copycat Alley Restaurant Oxtail Soup

Back from my trip in Hawaii I saw this video Righteous Bites Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives hosted by Guy Fieri and one of the dishes he featured was this Oxtail Soup from the Alley...

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Rabo Encendido

Rabo Encendido is a Cuban dish of oxtails cooked slowly with vegetables like capsicums, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes and onions spiced with allspice, nutmeg and chillies. Other modern versions include cocoa powder, celery, and chipotle...

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Coda alla Vaccinara

The name does not do justice to this dish, for non-Italians like me it sounds like a medicine or something clinical, it is nowhere near that in fact it is the opposite, this dish...

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Gyusuji Nikomi

Gyusuji Nikomi is a Japanese dish made with beef tendons and konnyaku stewed for a long time until it is very tender and melts in your mouth. It’s such an interesting dish in fact...

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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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Dinaldalem

I lived in Baguio from 1991 to 1995 and I easily fell in love with its cuisine, the vegetables and the use of offal is what makes this cuisine unique, nothing is wasted every...

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Kushiyaki

Kushiyaki and Yakitori what’s the difference? Kushiyaki is a word that is used as a generic name for grilled and skewered meats regardless whether it is poultry or not, vegetable or meat. Yakitori on...

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Yum Cha Style Beef Tendons

I honestly don’t know how to make this but gave it a shot, with no recipe at all I will just base it on similar dished I tried. The last time I had this...

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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...