Tagged: Stew

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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...

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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...

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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...

Chinese-Style Beef, Sweet Potato, and Bok Choy Stew 1 1

Chinese-Style Beef, Sweet Potato, and Bok Choy Stew

I know most of you who visit my blog live in the Northern Hemisphere and I guess at this time it will be cold, on the other hand in the place where I live it’s the other way around, it is warm. But even though it is warm here there...

Pocherong Tinomas 1 2

Pocherong Tinomas

From Kanin Clubs menu it was described as “Beef ribs stewed until tender, flavoured with Hamon ni Tomas”, so what does Hamon ni Tomas means? I really don’t have any idea. I then searched online and read blogs who reviewed this place and I saw one blog called Blips Network...

Caldereta Nueva 1 2

Caldereta Nueva

Like Adobo, Caldereta can be prepared in many ways depending on where you are in the Philippines, the ingredients adjust from province to province where these subtle changes make a big difference in the final outcome of the dish. Today we will be making a different variation of this dish...

Spanish Chicken, Chorizo and Potato Stew 1 6

Spanish Chicken, Chorizo and Potato Stew

I would easily choose chorizo over bacon when using as an ingredient to flavour or spice things up, this Spanish sausage just gives a ton of complex flavours comparing to the basic smokey bacon flavour. Since I started using this before I can stop giving reasons to myself in creating...

Paksiw na Pata Batangas Style 1 0

Paksiw na Pata Batangas Style

Paksiw na Pata Batangas Style is a type of paksiw where pork leg and knuckles are cooked in a simple mixture of vinegar, garlic and onions. We all know the other version which uses soy sauce and a bit of sugar, this one is its bare bones version made by...

Japanese Cream Stew 1 1

Japanese Cream Stew

Cream stew is a popular Japanese dish usually found in family style restaurants, in fact it was so popular I seen this a lot of times when we had our vacation in Japan early this year. It is a type of “yoshoku” dish which is made with either chicken, pork...

Rabo Encendido 1 2

Rabo Encendido

Rabo Encendido is a Cuban dish of oxtails cooked slowly with vegetables like capsicums, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes and onions spiced with allspice, nutmeg and chillies. Other modern versions include cocoa powder, celery, and chipotle but in its most traditional style these ingredients were never used. Old recipes were quite hot...