Tagged: Soup

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...

Oyster Mushroom Miso Soup

Oyster Mushroom Miso Soup is a Japanese inspired soup I freestyled last weekend to use any of my unused ingredients from my vegetable bin from last week, basically it is prepared with oyster mushrooms, carrots, leeks, spring onions and celery in a dashi and miso stock base. The only new...

Tinanglarang Manok

There are many ways to skin a cat like there are many ways to make chicken soup, there is a lot, so many even the small variations make it look alike, like our post today which I know you might have guessed it looks like Tinolang Manok, same as Kinamayunggang...

Tinolang Isda

To set things correctly Tinola is a cooking method not a dish, while its used as the generic name for the usual Filipino Chicken soup dish, it is not restricted to that dish that is why the term is also used in dishes like Tinolang Tahong, Tinolang Halaan and this...

Haitian Beef and Pumpkin Soup (Soup Joumou)

Soup Joumou or Haitian Beef and Pumpkin Soup is a famous mildly spicy soup native to Haitian cuisine prepared with beef, rigatoni, pumpkin, potato, plantains and vegetables such as parsley, carrots, green cabbage, celery and onions. What sets this dish apart from other stews is the use of pumpkin where...

Kinamunggayang Manok

For most this will look like Tinolang Manok but for the Visayans this is a totally different dish and it’s called Kinamunggayang Manok which when directly translated means Chicken and Moringa / Malunggay leaves. So, what is the difference between tinola and this dish? The most evident difference us that...

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...

Hot Sliced Fish and Vegetable Soup

Sliced Fish Soup is a common Chinese soup dish, its known for its easy and quick preparation as well as its simple flavours. It is a good dish on its own but like I said the original dish tastes simple, what would you expect with just a mixture of fish,...

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...

Potato Soup

Potato soup is a simple dish of potatoes and milk cooked with some vegetables, bacon and seasoning to create a thick chunky hearty concoction, its creamy and mild, it’s one of the most satisfying dishes you will ever have. It’s one of the oldest recipes on the recipe book, where...