Category Archives: FOOD&DRINKS

Dinakdakan – Ilocano dish made of grilled and boiled pork

Dinakdakan is an Ilocano dish that is made of grilled and boiled pig parts-it works as a delicious and tasty appetizer, too! The pig’s head, ears, and brains are some

Chicken Pochero – Chicken Chunks Stewed with Saba Bananas or Plantains

In Filipino cuisine, puchero refers to a dish composed of beef, pork or chicken chunks stewed with saba bananas (or plantains). The dish may also include potatoes or sweet potatoes,

Buchi rice cake made from sweet rice flour that is molded into shape with a sweet bean paste filling

Buchi or Butsi is a rice cake made from sweet rice flour that is molded into shape with a sweet bean paste filling and sesame seed coating. This delectable treat

Experience Delicious “Humba” Filipino Dish

Is Humba Filipino food delicious? Humba or Dongpo is a sweet pork dish that resembles the famous pork adobo in terms of appearance. This is popular in the southern parts

Lumpiang Sariwa appetizer consisting heart of palm with various meat and vegetables in a thin egg crêpe

It is commonly served fresh (as lumpiang sariwa), but it can also be deep-fried. It originates from the city of Silay in Negros Occidental where an original variant, lumpiang Silay,

Cassava Cake from grated cassava, coconut milk, and condensed milk with a custard layer

Cassava cake is made from grated cassava mixed with gata (coconut milk), condensed milk, and egg whites. Some recipes also add butter (or margarine), vanilla, evaporated milk, and additional sugar.

Biko is a Filipino rice cake made from sticky rice

Biko is a sweet rice cake from the Philippines. It is made of coconut milk, brown sugar, and glutinous rice. It is usually topped with latik (either or both the

Kare Kare Stew Complemented With a Thick Savory Peanut Sauce

Kare kare is a Philippine stew complemented with a thick savory peanut sauce. It is made from a variation base of stewed oxtail, pork hocks, calves feet, pig feet, beef

Igado Ilocano Filipino Dish

Igado is an Ilocano dish (Northern province in Philippines), it is nearly similar to Menudo but it’s done the Ilocano way. Usually cooked with pigs internal organs such as kidneys,

Nilagang Baka Filipino style boiled soup with fork-tender beef shanks with vegetables

Nilagang Baka is the ultimate comfort food! This Filipino-style boiled soup with fork-tender beef shanks, tendon, and vegetables is hearty and tasty.

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