Tagged: Pork

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Honey Lime Glazed Pork Scotch

During one of my most recent posts I disclosed where I got some of the special meat cuts I use on my posts, now I found another one that is not usually sold in the Pak n Save where I usually buy my groceries. The meat cut that I hoard...

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Ginataang Talong at Baboy

Ginataang Talong at Baboy is a simple dish of pork belly and eggplants cooked slowly cooked in coconut milk infused with chillies, garlic and onions. Dishes like this are one of those dishes you are so tempted just to eat bare hands on banana leaf with rice, add some fried...

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Chorizo, Pork Belly and Chickpea Casserole

Our dish for today was quite an impromptu one as it was Friday and our pantry was running low, we usually go for grocery on Saturdays. Luckily, I have some ingredients that I know can make a really good dish and most of it was mostly common pantry items, a...

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Italian Wedding Soup

Italian Wedding Soup may sound like a kind of dish that is served during Italian Weddings well it’s not, the term came from the Italian words “minestra maritata” which means “married soup”, a term used to reference the flavour this soup gives by combining or marrying greens and meat into...

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Sancocho

I still can’t believe that Anthony Bourdain is not with us anymore, he was one of my favourite Celebrity Chefs / TV Host and I learned a lot of new dishes from his two shows “No Reservations” and “Parts Unknown“, which I religiously follow. I was so shocked when I...

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Sinantomas

A close cousin to Kaldereta this dish that originated in Quezon province is prepared with Pork spareribs slowly cooked in tomato sauce, pineapple juice, soy sauce and a touch of cheese. I never came across this dish when I was in the Philippines but my dire search for unknown and...

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Saucy Pancit Canton

Saucy Pancit Canton is a type of stir fried noodle dish served with prawns, pork and vegetables on a bed of thick sauce. It lies somewhere between a normal Pancit Canton and Lomi where it’s not that soup nor it’s not that dry, it contains enough sauce just to bring...

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Nasing Marangle

Nasing Marangle is a beautiful concoction of bagoong fried rice, pinakbet and lechon kawali, a dish created by a Kapampangan restaurant called Apag Marangle. It’s an all in one meal where you have your rice, vegetables and meat, very nutritious and delicious. I saw this dish on Instagram and thought...

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Sinuglaw

Sinugba and Kinilaw is what Sinuglaw is, a marriage of two totally opposite dishes, both delicious in its own ways. Sinugba and Kinilaw are both types of food preparation methods popular in Visayas and Mindanao, sinugba means grilled and kinilaw which means soaked in cone citric acid or vinegar.  Sinugba...

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Sinigang sa Ube

If taro is used in sinigang why not other tubers like ube? In fact, after writing that statement it opened a whole lot of possibilities on my imagination, like using cassava, sweet potatoes or other yam varieties, they all are from the same family with just a minor change on...