Beef

Camto Soup

This is not your ordinary nilagang baka, it starts like it but ends up even much better. Camto Soup is a main stay dish on pares joints in the Philippines where its soup is served on the side with pares and it can also be consumed on its own with...

Garlic Braised Short Ribs With Red Wine

Sometimes patience is needed to get good results and this Garlic Braised Short Ribs with Red Wine is one example of it. This dish takes around 4 1/2 hours to cook but preparation time is quite easy, even a beginner home cook can easily master this, the end results will...

Gochujang Noodles

When it comes to Korean noodles, the sweet potato starch noodles grabs a lot of attention and we see it in many of the Korean Noodle dishes like Japchae but have your tried other noodle types that uses mainly Korean ingredients? Well for me, I had but only those instant...

Copycat Jolly Spaghetti

Jolly Spaghetti, this is one pasta that defies all Italian pasta rules, for first timers it will be a shock to their system because what you see is not what it seems. It’s one dish that Filipinos all over the world crave for, this super soft noodles drenched in a...

Beef Lumpia 1

Beef Lumpia

In the Philippines when you are served with lumpia by default it will be made with pork mince, it is very seldom that you see it is made with beef, it makes sense since pork in the Philippines is cheaper than beef and pork tastes better than beef in this type...

Tapa 2

Tapa

What is a Tapa? If you are non-Filipino, the first thing that may come to your mind are those small dishes coming from Spain. No, we are not talking about that, our post today is about that Filipino dish made with beef, mutton, venison or horse meat that is cured...

Smashed Burger 1

Smashed Burger

So what is the difference between a normal burger with a smashed burger? Well it’s the process where your patty is prepared, and this process gives it that amazing flavour you cannot get from a normal burger. Sounds hard to believe but there is a science behind it. Basically smashed...

Filipino Style Beef Curry 1

Filipino Style Beef Curry

Unlike in most of South East Asian countries, Indian Curries are not popular in the Philippines because powdered spices were not a major part of our cuisine, spices like turmeric, cardamom, cumin, fenugreek and coriander. Our cuisine basically is almost a subset of the Spanish and Chinese cuisine where common...

Pinoy Shawarma Rice 2

Pinoy Shawarma Rice

Filipinos love Shawarma, Filipinos also love rice, that’s why the one who created this Pinoy Shawarma Rice is a genius, Is he? Rice and Kebabs are nothing new, in fact in countries where kebabs are commonly sold, they sell it with the warp or rice, trust me I had seen...

Tiyula Itum 1

Tiyula Itum

Its black like dinuguan but it does not contain any blood, so where does this dish take its colour from? Burnt Coconut Meat, it may sound weird and you may get intimidated by the looks, but that burnt coconut adds a nice depth to this dish. Not convinced yet? we’ll...