Stew

Salmon Belly Paksiw sa Gata

Salmon Belly Paksiw sa Gata is a Filipino dish of seasoned salmon belly that has been grilled then served in a sauce made with vinegar and coconut milk infused with sauté aromatics. Sour, creamy, savoury, spicy, mildly sweet, oily and full of umami. This dish has all of your flavours...

Birria Tacos

Birria Tacos is a type of Mexican tacos where Mexican beef, lamb or goat meat stewed on sweet, sour, spicy and savory broth is pulled apart and used as a filling on corn tortillas together with quesillo, coriander, lime and onions. This social media sensation is one of the best...

Pata and Binatog

Yes, binatog is not just a breakfast item or a snack, it can also be a great ingredient you can add to your stews! Pata at Binatog is an original creation here at Ang Sarap where pork leg is slowly simmered in a tomato-based sauce where it cooked together with...

Caldo de Pata

Caldo de Pata is a hearty Ecuadorian soup is prepared by simmering cow’s feet and tripe for a long period of time until soft and tender accompanied with other ingredients like cassava, hominy and peanuts. Bulalo, Kamoteng Kahoy and Binatog, the only thing common on those three ingredients are they...

Ginisang Monggo with Pork Pata

Ginisang Monggo with Pork Pata is a Filipino soup/stew dish prepared with dried green mung beans and pork leg hocks slowly braised with lots of garlic. Cooked until pork leg falls of the bone and is fork tender which makes the fat melt in your mouth. Ginisang Munggo or Ginisang...

Kareng Ingles

Kareng Ingles is a Filipino dish prepared with chicken and tropical vegetables such as snake beans, okra and bok choy in coconut milk. Let me present you another lesser known Filipino dish called Kareng Ingles, a local dish in Laguna where chicken or other proteins like pork and shrimps together...

Rabo de Toro

Rabo de Toro or Spanish Oxtail Stew is a Spanish dish that is traditionally made after the bullfights, made with bull’s tail where it is slowly simmered in tomatoes and red wine with spices and aromatics until fork tender. During the old days there were no television or radio hence...

Manyaman Beef Asado

Manyaman Beef Asado is a type of Filipino Beef Stew from Pampanga where beef is cooked in tomato-based sauce mixed with Chinese style asado ingredients like star anise and brown sugar What is manyaman? Why do I see it on some Filipino dishes, specially from the Kapampangan cuisine? Well Manyaman...

Habichuelas

Habichuelas is a Filipino dish of Spanish origins prepared with white beans slowly cooked with tomatoes, pork, and Chorizo de Bilbao. When I was young, one of the easy go to meals my grandmother prepares was this dish, the Habichuelas. I totally understand why, it’s easy to make, it’s quite...

Slow Cooker Neck Bones and Potatoes

Slow Cooker Neck Bones and Potatoes is a simple dish of meaty fall of the bone pork and potatoes cooked in gravy over slow cooker. I had seen this recipe over the telly, but I can’t remember which show, what I do remember is I had saved the cooking procedure...