March 2010

Adobo 2

Adobo

Adobo is a Spanish word for seasoning or marinade, Spaniards during the 15th century encountered an indigenous cooking process which involved stewing meat with vinegar and salt so that it can be preserved longer as there was no fridge during that time. Adobo is  a Spanish word for seasoning or...

Chicken Afritada

One of most common dish in the Philippines and we can understand why, its easy, its delicious and very affrodable to prepare. Afritada, also known as Apritadang Manok, is a Spanish inspired dish which can be cooked with pork, beef or chicken slowly simmered in tomato sauce and potato. This...

Sinigang (Pork Stew in Tamarind Broth) 2

Sinigang (Pork Stew in Tamarind Broth)

Sinigang na Baboy is probably Philippines most famous soup and second most famous dish after Adobo, a lot consider this as a comfort meal and this goes easily to the top favourite dishes of every Filipino, for me it is my top 1 and I can’t live a fortnight without...

Beef and Mushroom Gravy Stew

Beefy chunks & earthy ‘shrooms simmered in rich gravy – Kiwi comfort in a bowl. Craving cozy vibes? This mystery dish from Kiwi takeouts hit the spot! Steaming, savory, & oh-so-satisfying. What is it? #FoodAdventurer #NZFoodieFinds Ever walk into a Kiwi Chinese takeaway and find yourself drawn to the unassuming...