Tagged: Vegetable

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Sinabawang Talbos ng Kamote

As a non-Filipino you might find it weird that Filipinos pour soup on our rice, like how you pour milk on your cereals, if not all most of the Filipinos do this to moisten...

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Sarciadong Isda, Ampalaya at Tausi

I have been craving for Filipino style vegetables lately, more specifically Ilocano dishes so bear with me if you don’t see a lot of meat dishes but instead more its leafy counterparts. It is...

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Ribollita

Ribollita is a very famous Tuscan soup made with leftover bread and mixed vegetables like cannellini beans, kale, carrots, tomatoes and onion to name some. Then name when translated it means “reboiled” and it...

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Mung Bean, Chickpeas and Bitter Gourd Shoots Soup

If you love the Filipino mung bean soup (Munggo Gisado) then you will love this even more, think of it as a fancy version of that classic soup, infused with fragrant dried shrimps and...

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Boodle Fight Experience at Boracay Garden

It’s my second time here but this time it’s quite special as we are not getting our orders from the menu but as a special request, we are having a boodle fight for my...

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Adobong Puso ng Saging

It was Valentines yesterday so were cooking some hearts, banana hearts 🙂 Belated Happy Valentines guys. Anyways enough with the cheeky intro lets start with the business. A colleague of mine who is also...

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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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Lettuce Garlic Oil

Most of us is so used to having lettuce on salads and eaten raw but in Asia there are dishes where it is cooked like this dish of ours today a simple scalded lettuce...