Tagged: Stew

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Pocherong Tinomas

From Kanin Clubs menu it was described as “Beef ribs stewed until tender, flavoured with Hamon ni Tomas”, so what does Hamon ni Tomas means? I really don’t have any idea. I then searched...

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Caldereta Nueva

Like Adobo, Caldereta can be prepared in many ways depending on where you are in the Philippines, the ingredients adjust from province to province where these subtle changes make a big difference in the...

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Spanish Chicken, Chorizo and Potato Stew

I would easily choose chorizo over bacon when using as an ingredient to flavour or spice things up, this Spanish sausage just gives a ton of complex flavours comparing to the basic smokey bacon...

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Paksiw na Pata Batangas Style

Paksiw na Pata Batangas Style is a type of paksiw where pork leg and knuckles are cooked in a simple mixture of vinegar, garlic and onions. We all know the other version which uses...

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Japanese Cream Stew

Cream stew is a popular Japanese dish usually found in family style restaurants, in fact it was so popular I seen this a lot of times when we had our vacation in Japan early...

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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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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...