Tagged: Chicken

Sweet Potato and Chicken Curry 1

Sweet Potato and Chicken Curry

Freestyling again today so nothing much to say with this dish, basically like most of my freestyle dishes ingredients are made with what I randomly see in our fridge and pantry from leftovers I had from past dishes I prepared. So what we are preparing today is a chicken curry...

Bringhe 1

Bringhe

Bringhe is a quintessential Kapampangan dish, a Kampampangan party is not complete without this. So, what is Bringhe? Bringhe is a rice dish usually served on special occasions, it is commonly prepared with glutinous rice, chicken, chorizo, peppers, raisins, peas, turmeric and coconut milk. It was inspired by the Spanish...

Aji de Gallina 1

Aji de Gallina

Actually, I haven’t tried this dish in real life and what I posted here is just based on research after I got interested on it when Jodie Sta Maria posted a video of this dish when she travelled to Peru and highly recommended it.  While Peru is on my wish list...

Chicken Hamonado 1

Chicken Hamonado

Everyone knows that sweet and salty goes really well, and you know what? Our dish today epitomizes that, with pineapples, pineapple juice and soy sauce, it’s a glorious explosion of those two contrasting flavours plus more.  Chicken Hamonado is a Filipino dish of Chicken pieces and pineapples cooked in pineapple juice...

Tinanglarang Manok 2

Tinanglarang Manok

There are many ways to skin a cat like there are many ways to make chicken soup, there is a lot, so many even the small variations make it look alike, like our post today which I know you might have guessed it looks like Tinolang Manok, same as Kinamayunggang...

Kinamunggayang Manok 2

Kinamunggayang Manok

For most this will look like Tinolang Manok but for the Visayans this is a totally different dish and it’s called Kinamunggayang Manok which when directly translated means Chicken and Moringa / Malunggay leaves. So, what is the difference between tinola and this dish? The most evident difference us that...

Inampalayahang Manok 1

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...

Piaparan 1

Piaparan

Piaparan also called pipaparan or piarun is a Maranao style of cooking where meats like chicken and seafood is cooked in a coconut milk-based broth with garlic, onions, ginger, turmeric, spring onions, birds eye chillies, shredded coconut, vegetables and spiced with palapa. Piaparan also means “shredded coconut” in Maranao and...

Crispy Parmesan Crusted Chicken 1

Crispy Parmesan Crusted Chicken

Crispy Parmesan Crusted Chicken is a type of breaded cutlet prepared with chicken breasts, don’t get it confused with Chicken Parmesan as that’s a totally different dish. While both consists of breaded chicken, Chicken Parmesan is just breaded and cheeses are just added together with the sauce unlike Crispy Parmesan...

Adobong Atay and Puso ng Manok 1

Adobong Atay and Puso ng Manok

I am not sure if this still happens in the Philippines but I remember when I was young when my mom buys a whole dressed chicken there is a small plastic pouch on the chicken cavity that is filled with the offal meat like gizzard, liver and heart. I always...