Tagged: Pork

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...

Asparagus and Minced Pork Stir Fry

There is nothing better than leaving office at 4:30 PM , arriving home at 5:00 PM, prepare dinner and eat around 5:30PM then at 6:00 PM you’re done, all you need is to enjoy the summer days until the sun sets at 8:30 PM. I love this lifestyle, loving it...

Ginisang Pechay with Ground Pork and Shrimp

Ginisang Pechay is almost a staple in Filipino household due to its affordability, nutritional value and ease of preparation.  Preparation wise there are many ways to cook this some with cubed pork, minced pork, shrimps, chicken, tofu, tuna, fried fish, Chinese sausage and many more.  Preparation is mostly the same where it...

Hamon Bulakenya

Pasko na naman (Its Christmas time once again) and ham is quite a popular item to serve during this festive season. Having said that demand increases together with its price so why not make one at home and I have a recipe for you, Hamon Bulakenya. While it’s not the...

Lechon sa Hurno

There are many types of lechon, obviously the most popular one which is a whole pig roasted in charcoal.  What makes this different from most lechon is that this dish has a unique crispy shiny skin which is hard to achieve in other cooking methods like deep frying in the case...

Filipino Cocido

Cocido in Spanish is the past participle of the verb cocer (“to cook”), so it literally means “cooked something”, that something can be anything like meats (pork, beef, chicken, mutton) and vegetables (cabbage, turnips, parsnips, potatoes, carrots and chickpeas).  Cocido on its own is a complete meal, high energy and very...

Pork Tausi

Tausi or fermented black beans is one of those Chinese influence to the Philippine cuisine, this salty savoury beans filled with umami gives tons of flavours to any dish hence it is used on several dishes like fish, tofu, beef and vegetables.  Though I haven’t seen this used on soups it...

Malaysian Pork & Cauliflower Curry

I know Malaysian dishes are not synonymous to pork as their cuisine is predominantly Muslim inspired but in Kuala Lumpur there are a lot of Chinese Malaysians that introduces a hybrid between the Chinese and Muslim cuisine, our dish is one of them.  If you visit some Chinese food stalls in...

Crispy Adobo Flakes

If you have some leftover adobo, hopefully there is, then to give it a new life is by preparing this dish, Crispy Adobo Flakes. The first time I made this after discovering it on Instagram Posts #crispyadoboflakes, at first, I thought it was corned beef but after reading them it...

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...