Tagged: Paleo

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Frango com Quiabo

If I can remember correctly I first saw this dish in one of the shows of Anthony Bourdain called Parts Unknown when he visited Brazil, most of the dishes served on that episode looked...

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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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Grilled Squid Salad with Argula and Melon

Grilled Squid Salad with Mixed Greens and Melon as the name suggest is a salad made with Mixed Greens topped with seasoned grilled squid and rock melon then dressed with salsa verde. I love...

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Sinigang sa Pakwan

Sinigang is a Filipino sour soup dish prepared with tamarind then with meats like pork, beef, chicken, fish and prawns, they also prepared with different vegetables like kangkong, taro, radish, string beans, okra, green...

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Grilled Pork with Peach Salsa

Last days of summer here New Zealand and we are just making the most of it, there are many ways to enjoy these last days like going to the beach, drinking ice cold beer...

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Stir-Fried Cauliflower with Tomato Sauce

Stir-fried cauliflower with tomato sauce is a simple dish of cauliflower stir fried with tomatoes and garlic, a really nice side dish with a really good flavour. Picking the right tomatoes is the key...

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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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Tinolang Shell Fish

There no seafood that can represent the flavour or the ocean than this two shellfish., the clams and mussels. This two seafood are a key ingredient in any seafood dishes like soups and stews...

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Pinatisang Manok

Like you I think I am also confused on what’s the difference between Tinola, Pinatisan and Nilaga, as you can see they all look alike so what’s the difference? Well I will clarify this...