Category: Filipino

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Minanok

I have a childhood friend where he has four siblings of which all of them were allergic to chicken and dishwashing liquid, he was the only male and imagine what he has to undergo at their household, no fried chicken and he has to do the dishwashing always. I still...

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Kalderetang Batangas

Like Sinigang and Adobo our dish today can be prepared in many different ways and ingredients depends on which region the dish is prepared in the Philippines. Kaldereta, a very popular beef stew the is spicy hot and usually simmered in tomato sauce but in Batangas they do it quite...

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City Deluxe (Dagupan City, Philippines)

If you are looking for an extensive selection of Filipino home cooked style dishes then look no further as City Deluxe will definitely have it. We eat here a lot during the days, I love their selection and how home cooked style the dishes were, no need to impress by...

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Higadillo

Have you ever tried Higadillo? If not, you need to specially if you love Lechon Paksiw, Adobo and Igado, it’s a wonderful concoction of these three dishes where all of its best qualities are represented. Pork and liver are slowly simmered on vinegar, lechon sauce and soy sauce with lots...

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Kaninan ni Mang Peping (Dagupan City, Pangasinan)

We passed this establishment many times during our visit to Pangasinan and I was so intrigued at this place as it was quite huge compared to most restaurants in Dagupan plus there are a lot of bahay kubo style dining areas and a statue of Moana and her dad outside,...

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Los Pedritos Premium (Dagupan City, Philippines)

Wow 15 years is quite a long time before Pedritos was just located in Dagupan-Binmaley Road as a simple restaurant and bakeshop but now they have a Premium premise right in the town centre at AB Fernandez Ave, I am not sure how old this is but it was all...

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Mang Inasal Metroplaza (Dagupan City, Pangasinan)

After 14 years! Yes, I have a chance to have a short trip (1 week) to the Philippines, not for a holiday but to attend a funeral, not an ideal way to spend the time back to my home country but it has to be done. This happened a couple...

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Law-Uy

Law-uy is a vegetable soup dish popular in Mindanao, at first sight it looks like dinengdeng or laswa but this dish is totally different and from what I noticed it uses a lot of slimy vegetables and root crop. Jute leaves (Saluyot), Okra, Loofah (Patola) and Taro are the main...

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Lechon Sisig

Next time you will have a lechon before you start serving it to your guests, set aside the head and the legs as this is the best part to use on our recipe today, anyways very few people get these parts on parties as it makes a lot of mess...

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Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon sa Pinya

Sinigang na Ulo is one of my favourite dishes, it is definitely on my top 10. Back in the Philippines there was this restaurant I always dine in where their specialty are fish head sinigang offered in different fishes, like tuna, grouper and snapper. The flavours and texture are amazing,...