Tagged: Stew

Aji de Gallina

Actually, I haven’t tried this dish in real life and what I posted here is just based on research after I got interested on it when Jodie Sta Maria posted a video of this dish when she travelled to Peru and highly recommended it.  While Peru is on my wish list...

Beef and Irish Stout Stew

Have you ever used beer in cooking? How about stout like Guinness? If not give it a try as it gives a really unique deep rich flavour that can’t be achieved with just a normal beef stock.  To make it even more interesting with my recipe today I used a special...

Beef Rib and Meatball Stew (T’fina Pkaila)

In Tunisia this dish T’fina Pkaila, also known by the name of T’fina d’epianrds is served during Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. The name night sound Arabic but this is a fully Jewish dish, Judeo-Tunisian Arabic to be precise, and this is where the dish originated, from the Tunisian...

Asado de Carajay

This is not the asado that you might think off, usually we all know asado is made with pork, soy sauce, Chinese spices and is sweet this one is totally different, made with beef and tomatoes plus it’s not sweet at all. Then name of this dish originates from Spanish...

Menudo Sulipena

Menudo Sulipeña is a type of menudo but instead of pork pieces this one uses oxtails. Menudo means “little stew” which refers to a dish of slowly chopped pieces of meats and vegetables. Sulipena on the other hand I guess comes from the word Sulipan a town in Pampanga which...

Larang

Linarang or nilarang is a Cebuano verb that means “to stew with coconut milk and spices”. So basically, it is ginataan Cebuano style. A dish prepared commonly with Parrotfish (Molmol), Stingrays (Pagi), Marlin (Malasugui), Snakehead (Tasik), Puffer fish (Tagontongan) and Spanish Mackerel (Tanguigue) cooked in a spicy coconut milk spiced...

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...

Estofadong Pata

Estofadong Pata is a Filipino dish of pork leg, trotters, banana blossoms, saba bananas stewed in sugar, soy sauce and vinegar mixture, so what’s the difference between Patatim and Paksiw na Pata? Well basically this is the dish is a cross of the two, Paksiw na Pata is cooked in...

Locro

Locro is a winter stew dish of corn, beans, potato, pumpkin and beef, considered as one of the national dishes of South American countries that Andes Ranges spans into like Argentina, Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador. This is one of those dishes that is very hard to recreate out of South...

Chicken and Okra Stew

We barely see these two ingredients together specially in the Filipino cuisine as we always associate okra with other vegetables such as pinakbet and other soupy dishes like sinigang, chicken and okra together are just unheard of. Today we will change that because I had a very interesting discovery when...