Tagged: Pork

Inasal na Liempo

Inasal is a type of dish usually using chicken marinated in a mixture of calamansi, ginger, garlic, lemon grass, and coconut vinegar. After the marinating process this is then grilled over hot charcoal while continuously basted in a butter, lemon and annatto which gives it a distinct red orange colour....

Copycat Chubby’s Mexican Hamburger

The first time I saw this was on the TV show called “The Grill Dads, I told myself right after watching it is that either I have to go to Denver to try this one out or make it at home, I chose the latter since going to Denver while...

Spicy Apricot-Glazed Barbecue Pork Ribs

How to make barbecue pork rib better? Add more spice and fruits on it, which gives it a fruity sweet savoury flavour with a kick. All Barbecues are not created equal, some are good and some are just better, it’s the combination of flavours and texture that what makes it...

Croque Madame

There are many dishes to whip up with that left-over Christmas Ham, most of you already have a stock standard recipe that you prepare on a yearly basis like soup, pasta and quiche to name some but have you tried making Croque Madame or Croque Monsieur? Croque Madame or Croque...

Nilagang Pasko

It’s sad to see recipes like Nilagang Pasko starting to die because of ingredient availability, commodity prices and for the sake of convenience. Nowadays there are very few Filipino who prepare this dish for Christmas because of the following reasons I mentioned above. A dish prepared by slowly boiling whole...

Special Laing

I did made laing before but it was nowhere near my mom’s version, my laing was the version for the lazy, a quick and easy way to make one, my mom’s version is for the patient as it takes more time than my one but that extra time is worth...

Pinoy Style Glazed Ham

In Philippines the Christmas tradition is we celebrate the eve of Christmas basically having a feast after the Christmas Eve Mass and serve whatever money can buy at that midnight. Usually most family members gather together and have this feast called “Noche Buena” where dishes like our post today the...

Cha Gio (Vietnamese Spring Rolls)

Cha Gio is a type Vietnamese Spring Rolls that are either consumed fresh or fried, usually filled with meats and vegetables then wrapped in a rehydrated rice paper. Similar to the Chinese spring rolls where you can fill it with whatever you want but instead of the usual wrapper made...

Bagbet

Two of the most popular and delicious Ilocano dish combined into one will definitely be a dish to be reckoned with. Pinakbet and Bagnet already is an amazing dish on their own but what if you combined them into one? Will it still be great? Definitely yes! And I love...

Chinese Cabbage with Pork Belly and Tofu in Pork Stock

I love soups, I so love it for me a meal is not complete without it. Like vegetable dishes I am in constant find for new recipes with soups and every time I get hold of a Chinese restaurant menu, I take note of the soups they offer and that’s...