Tagged: Pork

Pork Roast and Crackling Sandwich with Apple Sauce

I was inspired making this dish after my business trip in Melbourne when we got served this same dish in one of our events held at Bobby McGee’s, it was on one of the stations and I went back multiple times for this. It’s such a simple dish if you...

Bacon Potato Corn Chowder

If you are looking to make a very simple comfort meal, then look no further as this Bacon Potato Corn Chowder might be your answer. A simple soup that start with a sauté of garlic and shallot then cooked with fresh corn kernels and potatoes on a broth infused with...

Batangas Lomi

If pizza has meat lovers then Lomi has its own version of meat lovers too, and this is it, the Batangas Lomi. If you think that is too much to handle then let me say that my version is quite toned down compared to others, and I like it that...

Gochujang Eggplant and Pork

Another freestyle recipe this time its inspired by many East Asian cuisines. Several weeks ago, we bought this Gochujang as my daughter was craving for some Tteokbokki, and like many of our ingredients in the pantry they tend to be one off use hence we have this freestyle series so...

Sinanta

Sinanta a humble noodle soup dish from Cagayan Valley that need great attention, Why? To be frank this so far is the best noodle soup dish I tried from the Filipino cuisine. This noodle dish is the surf and turf Filipino style where you see two seafood and two meats...

Pork Leg, Lentil, Peas and Bean Stew

I don’t know why for Asians slowly cooked pork leg and trotters sounds so delicious, the mere thought of it may make us drool, it’s like the same effect for Westerners when they think about rib eye. It must be the texture we grew up with, melting fat and very...

Vigan Empanada

If you have been to Vigan then this dish would not be foreign to you. This bright orange tinted fried wonder is a very popular and perhaps the most favourite street food in Vigan, Ilocos Sur, a humble dish of annatto coloured rice flour dough filled with green papaya, Vigan...

Black Sweet Vinegar Pork Trotter

This Chinese dish like most was created for some reason, traditionally it is prepared as a confinement food specially for women who just gave birth to boost their immunity but now it is a common dish in fact you can see it in most Chinese restaurants specially the ones that...

Banana Meat

Bananas and meat are such a good combination and we had seen these two together in numerous occasions specially in Latin and South American dishes which are served sometimes with rice and beans, we also see this combination in stews but have you tried them as fried? together? If not...

Abistsuelas Guisado

The rest of the World call it green beans but, in the Philippines, we call it Baguio Beans why? Because this vegetable is mostly grown in Baguio where the climate is cooler than most of the country. When I was young, I thought this vegetable was indigenous in Baguio due...