Tagged: Vegetable

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...

Special Laing

I did made laing before but it was nowhere near my mom’s version, my laing was the version for the lazy, a quick and easy way to make one, my mom’s version is for the patient as it takes more time than my one but that extra time is worth...

Prawn, Vegetable and Sweet Potato Stir Fry

Have you used sweet potato on stir fries? Well I think for me this is the first time and I got this idea from the Chinese stir fries that uses potatoes like the Di San Xian (Fried Potato, Eggplant and Pepper in Garlic Sauce 地三鲜) or Shredded Potato (Qiang Chao...

Bagbet

Two of the most popular and delicious Ilocano dish combined into one will definitely be a dish to be reckoned with. Pinakbet and Bagnet already is an amazing dish on their own but what if you combined them into one? Will it still be great? Definitely yes! And I love...

Chinese Cabbage with Pork Belly and Tofu in Pork Stock

I love soups, I so love it for me a meal is not complete without it. Like vegetable dishes I am in constant find for new recipes with soups and every time I get hold of a Chinese restaurant menu, I take note of the soups they offer and that’s...

Di San Xian (Fried Potato, Eggplant and Pepper in Garlic Sauce 地三鲜)

Di San Xian is a very popular Shandong dish prepared with of stir-fried eggplant, potatoes, and peppers. The name 地三鲜 roughly translates to “Three Earthly Bounties” which is its main ingredients. The first time I had this was just recently at this restaurant in Corinthian Drive called Lotus Garden, ordered...

Kakiage

The Japanese and Filipino cuisine have some things in common, this is because of the Japanese occupation of the Philippines that occurred between 1942 and 1945. While it’s not a great amount of time compared to the Spanish and American regime, it did mark its existence within our culture. In...

Cabbage Vegetable Soup

During the 1980’s this soup was a fad, popular dish for those who want to undergo radical weight loss by consuming this dish heavily for seven days. It was said that if you follow this diet regime is that you will lose 10 pounds of weight within a 7-day period,...