Offal

Pulutok 1

Pulutok

Pulutok is the Kapampangan version of Bopis, while both dishes may look similar there are many key differences.  Pulutok mostly focuses on its main ingredient, pork lungs and it is usually cooked until its dry.  Bopis on the other hand can be intricate and basically use different pork innards such as pork...

Kaleskes 1

Kaleskes

If you had tried Pigar-Pigar right in the centre of Dagupan’s night street food scene in Galvan street then most probably you had been introduced to Kaleskes already. If not then let me introduce you to this dish, Kaleskes. Kaleskes is a Pangasinense term for intestine, as the name suggests...

Pungko Pungko 2

Pungko Pungko

If you are not from Visayas then possibly you would not know what Pungko Pungko is?  Basically Pungko Pungko are street food stalls popular in Cebu that sells a random assortment of fried food, it is a term that is associated with the food these stalls sells.  The term “pungko”...

Sup Ekor 1

Sup Ekor

Sup Ekor in Malaysian or Sop Buntut in Indonesian is a popular comfort food in Malaysia and Indonesia, basically it’s a soup dish prepared with oxtails and vegetables like carrots, potatoes and tomatoes seasoned with shallot, garlic and spices like cumin, coriander, cinnamon, cardamom and star anise. Usually this dish...

Taghilaw 1

Taghilaw

If you love innards or offal then this dish is definitely for you, liver, kidneys, spleen, stomach, intestines even brains you name it, it will be in this dish, Taghilaw. Basically its similar to a dry version of dinuguan but without the blood or paksiw but dry, a specialty in...

Oxtail Udon 1

Oxtail Udon

Ohhh Oxtails, I can’t get enough of you, one of the most underrated meat cut that deserves everyone’s attention. Its meaty, its tasty, its collagen rich, its everything you want a meat to be and that’s what we are using today in our udon noodle soup. This is not your...

Beef and Tendon Curry 1

Beef and Tendon Curry

In search for making the best curry at home landed me in creating this Ang Sarap Original recipe, the best curry I made to date and its more than phenomenal! Just imagine Fork tender fatty beef brisket and gelatinous melt in your mouth beef tendons on a creamy spicy coconut...

Yusi 1

Yusi

Ilocano is one of the most adventurous cuisines I ever tried, and I love it. From pinikpikan, dinengdeng, dinakdakan and pinapaitan, they might all look like it came from a horror movie due to the excessive use of innards and offal but ohhh boy they all taste so good. Ilocano...

Warek Warek 2

Warek Warek

One of my favourite Filipino provincial cuisine from the Ilocanos, the extensive use of weird unknown vegetables and offal cuts might not appease everyone, but this cuisine just know how to make them really delicious. One of those dishes is this Warek Warek, made with pork ears and fatty pork...

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...