Fiesta Menudo is a special version of pork menudo that is worthy to be in the dining table during holidays and special occasions. This festive dish is appetizing and looks really nice and colorful. This is the exact recipe that I follow when I need to cook menudo for a special event. I called this […]
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If you love our Pork Menudo recipe, you will definitely like Menudo with Raisins and Green Peas. This recipe is similar to our pork menudo recipe, but made better by adding green peas and raisins. These additional ingredients enhances the flavor of this menudo dish. Pork Menudo is not complete without liver. However, there are […]
Pork Menudo is the number one on the list of my comfort foods and it’s hard for me to last a month without trying one…literally. Some would say that I am addicted to this food while others would use the term “obsession”, I just simply look at it as a necessity – a basic necessity that I cannot live without.
Pork giniling hardinera is a version of the popular Lucban fiesta favorite hardinera, except that this dish is made from pork giniling. The traditional hardinera makes use of cubed pork similar to menudo. This is categorized as a meatloaf and I must say that this is the second best Filipino meatloaf that I had next to embutido. […]
Sausage, Liver, and Pork Stew is perfect for all occasions; it can also be served during regular days when you feel like preparing something nice and special. This dish is similar to pork menudo and can be enjoyed anytime of the day. I used Kielbasa sausage for this recipe because there is a nice flavor to it that […]
It is fair to say that sweet peas are a favorite in homes around the globe. In fact there are lots of benefits of sweet peas. Their sweet, plump taste and texture make them easy to combine with many other ingredients to create delicious dishes. They are often confused with snap peas and other varieties […]
To me, Filipino Chicken Macaroni Salad makes a good appetizer and snack. I also love to have this as a main dish (for some reason) especially if I am having stews such as kaldereta or menudo. This dish is typically served during Filipino fiestas and also during family outings and picnic. I remember having this […]
There is nothing more exciting than eating together as a family – sharing a meal that everyone loves – enjoying every little conversation.
Family means everything for Filipinos. It is the center of everyone’s life. The best way to value the relationship is to have constant communication, do activities together, and share the blessings by enjoying our favorite meals – all Filipino Recipes.
Pork Guisantes is a tomato base pork stew. This recipe is similar to Pork Menudo and Pork Afritada, but some ingredients vary.
I use tomato sauce to make this dish back in the days. I only started having canned diced tomatoes a few years ago – when I ran out of tomato sauce. I was in the middle of the cooking process when I realized that I already consumed the last can of tomato sauce for the Pinoy Spaghetti that I made a day before. It was a good thing that I was able to find a can of diced tomatoes sitting in the pantry. The Pork Guisantes dish that I made that day had a fresher flavor. That discovery made me use canned diced tomatoes (or fresh diced tomatoes) ever since.
This is a typical everyday dish fit for lunch or dinner. It is best served with hot steamed rice.
We Filipinos are known for our positive values, hospitality, being hard-working, and our ability to face whatever challenges that life brings – with a smile in our face. On top of that, we are also known to have a great passion for food – to the point of considering eating as a hobby.
Of course, the last statement does not apply to all; although it covers the majority.
Let’s talk about food, our favorite Filipino Foods.
What are your comfort foods? What are the foods that you find irresistible?
By the way, we are also known for being shy and quiet. I think that I should start the conversation by posting my food list first as an ice breaker, then you’ll follow by sending-in your comments.
How does that sound? Alright, here it goes…