Tagged: Vegetable

Batso nga Tabungao

Batso nga Tabungao is an Ilocano vegetable dish made with sliced bottle ground and small shrimps sautéed together with garlic, onions, tomato and annatto, a dish almost similar to Ginisang upo but instead of using pork this dish usually uses small shrimps and with a bit of help from annatto...

Ginataang Kangkong

We prepared several simple dishes during the last couple of weeks and I wish to continue that trend, especially now its Lenten season, it’s the best time to abstain from meat, a time for Catholics and various Christian denominations to show acts of penance and sacrifice which exercises their freedom...

Ginisang Okra at Dilis

Majority of the Filipino dishes are created more for sustenance and necessity more than anything else hence almost all of the daily dishes served on households are quite simple and nutritious unlike other cuisines that are quite elaborate and flavoured with tons of herbs and spices. Most of these simple...

Okra with Garlic and Green Onion

This dish is quite new to me, I first tried this dish less than a year ago when we dined in at Wong’s Kitchen in Albany, it was one of their board specials and we gave it a shot, since then it became a favourite since its simple, healthy and...

Asparagus, Prawn and Mushroom Stir Fry

I love the textures and flavour of this dish, sweet asparagus, earthy mushrooms and savoury prawns is a combo like no other. Texture on the other hand is also amazing, meaty, crispy, soft, slimy is what you get in one bite. What’s good with this is this complex combination is...

Sesame Broccoli

As a child I hated broccoli, I guess everyone does when they are young, these green tree like vegetable is bitter to the undeveloped taste buds of the young ones but as you grow older you try to appreciate it and some start loving it like me. Honestly this is...

Crispy Tofu and Choy Sum

What a simple yet delicious dish this is, not just that the texture of this dish is so playful, with the super crispy deep-fried tofu soaking all that savoury sweet goodness of the sauce then the soft slimy yet crunchy choy sum is a pleasure to your palate. With just...

Hinanggup

Hinanggup is a Hiligaynon word which means “Soaked in salt and water” and this is what exactly this dish is, a Karay-a dish of flaked broiled fish and/or fried dried anchovies, sliced onions, spring onions, tomatoes, and salt simply cooked in boiling water, usually served with sinangag or kalo-kalo. It...

Hulatang

One of the vloggers that I follow is “The Food Ranger“, I like this guy and had followed him since he had started. His adventures on food is really nice to watch and the way he presents it is priceless. Some of the dishes he vlogs are quite unknown to...

Linapwahan

I guess most of us had a massive intake of meat during the Christmas and New Year’s celebrations so to give your digestive track some rest and eat vegetables and there is no better dish to have than this vegetable soup dish, it’s not just healthy and delicious but it...