Tagged: Stew

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...

Afripaya

Afripaya, yes, it’s a version of afritada but instead of the usual ingredients like potato, carrots and chicken this Cavinti uses a unique ingredient that will be hard for some to recreate, especially those outside the Philippines, it is made with carabao meat and papaya. Apart from the ingredient usually...

Kare Kareng Bulalo

Have you been in a situation where you can only have one choice but you like both? I hard right but you can fix that by joining the two together as one but that can be possible in some certain situation like our post today. I can’t decide whether I...

Chicken and Plantain Stew

Plantain in dishes are common in Latin American cuisine like Columbia, Cuba and Puerto Rico, it’s such an abundant crop they use it a lot in different dishes as well as desserts. Some examples are the Columbian Sopa de Patacón, the Ecuadorian Caldo de Bolas de Verde and the Dominican...

Sinantomas

A close cousin to Kaldereta this dish that originated in Quezon province is prepared with Pork spareribs slowly cooked in tomato sauce, pineapple juice, soy sauce and a touch of cheese. I never came across this dish when I was in the Philippines but my dire search for unknown and...

Inun-unan

Inun unan is a Filipino dish where fish and vegetables like okra, bitter gourd, eggplant and/or string beans are stewed on vinegar and spices. Similar to paksiw this Visayan version difference Inun unan is spiced primarily with ginger and only fish can be used, paksiw can be cooked with other...

Kalderetang Batangas

Like Sinigang and Adobo our dish today can be prepared in many different ways and ingredients depends on which region the dish is prepared in the Philippines. Kaldereta, a very popular beef stew the is spicy hot and usually simmered in tomato sauce but in Batangas they do it quite...

Spiced Chicken, Spinach & Sweet Potato

You barely see this combination of ingredients in a stew, luckily, I had spare ones on my vegetable bin otherwise I will not discover this wonderful concoction. Sweet potatoes, tomatoes, spinach, chillies and chicken are barely seen together but it shouts to be discovered as they combine really well, slowly...

New Orleans Backbone Stew

I think I have been watching a lot of old series of Anthony Bourdains No Reservations, I listed a lot of dishes in there that I soon would either try or cook, the list is growing now but I manage to made some of it already. His love for pork...