Soup

Camto Soup 1

Camto Soup

Camto Soup is a type of Filipino beef soup primarily prepared with “camto” or flank steak and is usually served popularly on noodles on Pares eateries This is not your ordinary nilagang baka, it starts like it but ends up even much better. Camto Soup is a main stay dish...

Shrimp and Cheese Ramen 1

Shrimp and Cheese Ramen

Shrimp and Cheese Ramen is a Japanese noodle dish prepared ramen noodles, prawns and cheese served on a slowly simmered chicken and dashi stock. Cheese in ramen? Yes there is such a thing and for me it was weird the first time I heard of it, until I tried it....

Maki Mi 2

Maki Mi

Maki Mi is a Filipino thick pork tenderloin noodle soup made from pork pounded with a mallet, marinated in soy sauce, garlic, black pepper, rice wine and onions then covered with starch, it is then cooked in tapioca starch thickened stock which is serve over wheat noodles. In the Philippines,...

Pospas de Gallina 1

Pospas de Gallina

Pospas de Gallina is a type of Filipino congee prepared with whole chicken sections cooked with rice, garlic, ginger and onions. Goto, Arrozcaldo, Lugaw and Pospas de Gallina what are the differences between these Filipino style congee? Many of us use at least the first three names interchangeably with this...

Kinamatisang Buto Buto 1

Kinamatisang Buto Buto

Kinamatisang Buto Buto is a Filipino soup prepared with pork bones and daikon radish cooked with tomatoes, garlic and onions. It’s not sinigang, it’s not afritada and definitely not nilaga, it is something in between. It’s not a plain soup and it’s not sour either, the flavours are just right....

Hinalang 1

Hinalang

Hinalang is a Filipino dish from the province of Visayas prepared by boiling beef or carabao meat with ginger, spring onions, onions and chillies Hinalang, just the name alone sounds hot and spicy because it is. “Halang” in Visayan means Hot or Spicy and this is what this dish is...

Inaslum 1

Inaslum

Inaslum is a Filipino vegetable soup dish from Romblon prepared with any available fresh vegetables in the region in season, common vegetables used are bottle gourd, okra, snake beans and water spinach. If the Ilocanos have the Dinengdeng, Mindanaoans have Law-uy, Visayans have the Utan then in Romblon they have...

Kaleskes 1

Kaleskes

Kaleskes is a dish from Dagupan Pangasinan prepared with carabao or cows’ intestine, pancreas, tripe and other internal organs cooked in a soup form seasoned with vinegar and other spices. If you had tried Pigar-Pigar right in the centre of Dagupan’s night street food scene in Galvan street then most...

Tempura Udon 1

Tempura Udon

Tempura Udon is a Japanese dish of thick wheat chewy udon noodles served in a savoury hot broth topped with crispy tempura vegetables and shrimp. A simple udon soup once done right is incredible on its own, just the noodles alone is something to drool for! chewy, fat, slippery delicious....

Sopas ala Pobre 1

Sopas ala Pobre

Sopas ala Pobre is a Filipino soup dish made with Bulalo Broth, Misua noodles, turmeric and moringa leaves. Poor man style soup, that’s what the name Sopas ala Pobre means, why? Because in Philippines all of the ingredients of this dish are either free or very cheap.  Beef leg bones...