Category: Filipino

Batsui

Pampanga indeed is the food capital of the Philippines, this province has some of the most delicious recipes Philippines has to offer. Pampanga is also known for the heavy use of offal in its dishes which all boils down to history. As most of us knows Pampanga is surrounded by...

Jollibee Tsim Sha Tsui (Hong Kong)

Last month we stopped over in Hong Kong when we had our Europe trip, we had at least 8 hours to kill and what we did was food tripping! One of our agenda has to be Jollibee and if you are a Filipino living in a place without it, a...

The Endless Varieties of Kakanin

Ohhh! Kakanin the ultimate Filipino merienda, where anything rice turns into this wonderful snack every Pinoy wants to eat. Kakanin from the word “kanin” is the Tagalog word for rice, while most kakanin are made with them some that are made with cassava or other root crops are also considered...

Pino Plus (North Shore City, New Zealand)

I don’t usually announce things like this and I was not paid in any way on posting this, it’s even Saturday and I am posting, this is just out of the ordinary. I think I am just ecstatic that there now a legit Filipino grocery in town and what’s good...

Pinakufu

If you visited Tuguegarao City then most probably you have tried our rice cake today as it is quite popular with the Ybanags, and if you had tried it you most probably had it with Sinanta, a type of noodle dish popular in the said region. It’s like mami and...

Batangas Lomi

If pizza has meat lovers then Lomi has its own version of meat lovers too, and this is it, the Batangas Lomi. If you think that is too much to handle then let me say that my version is quite toned down compared to others, and I like it that...

Sinanta

Sinanta a humble noodle soup dish from Cagayan Valley that need great attention, Why? To be frank this so far is the best noodle soup dish I tried from the Filipino cuisine. This noodle dish is the surf and turf Filipino style where you see two seafood and two meats...

16 Ways to Cook Bulalo

One of the beloved Filipino beef cuts for is the Bulalo, the leg bone section of a cow that is meaty, fatty and full of collagen, not to mention that buttery marrow that comes with it. Usually these cuts are tough but once cooked right there is no coming back,...

Inampalayahang Manok

Inampalayahang Manok in many ways is like tinola both starts with sautéed garlic, onions and tons of ginger before chicken is slightly browned and cooked in a broth the only big difference is the vegetables used because tinola uses young papaya and chilli leaves while Inampalayahang Manok uses bitter gourd...

Vigan Empanada

If you have been to Vigan then this dish would not be foreign to you. This bright orange tinted fried wonder is a very popular and perhaps the most favourite street food in Vigan, Ilocos Sur, a humble dish of annatto coloured rice flour dough filled with green papaya, Vigan...