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Pork Tocino Recipe

Pork Tocino

Tocino is a cured meat product native to the Philippines. It is usually made out of pork and is similar to ham and bacon although beef is also used. It is often reddish in color and has a sweetish taste. Its name is derived from the Spanish word tocino, which is used to describe bacon or cured … [Read more...]

Filipino Pork Fried Rice Recipe

Filipino Pork Fried Rice

Filipino Pork Fried Rice is another Fried Rice Recipe that I love having for breakfast. This recipe is almost like garlic fried rice, except that this particular one has pork in it. The good thing about Pork Fried Rice is that you can eat this as it is. You don’t need to add fried eggs, … [Read more...]

Chicken Fried Rice Recipe

Chicken Fried Rice

Chicken Fried Rice is a quick and easy Fried Rice Recipe that you can prepare anytime. This recipe uses boneless chicken breast which is low in fat and high in protein. I make fried rice when there are left over white rice. This Chicken Fried Rice is no exception. The texture of leftover rice is … [Read more...]

Star Anise and Cider Brined Roast Turkey

Cider and Star Anise Brined Roast Turkey

Brined turkey is more tender and tastier than the usual. There are many ways to brine a turkey. You can do plain ice water and salt or use other types of liquid that can influence the taste of the turkey. We will be using apple cider and star anise for our version of Brined Roast Turkey. Apple … [Read more...]

Ham and Egg Fried Rice

Ham and Egg Fried Rice

Starting your day with a big and heavy breakfast is always a good idea. It makes you more focus and ready for the challenges ahead, both physically and mentally. One of the best meals that I had for breakfast has been always the ones with Ham and Egg Fried Rice. It fills me up instantly and gives me … [Read more...]

The Dangsilog Effect

dangsilog

Danggit (dried rabbit fish), sinangag (garlic fried rice), and itlog (fried egg) make up a meal that is popularly known as Dangsilog. It is quite ordinary for Filipinos to combine the first or last few letters of all the components of a meal to come-up with a single name to associate the meal with. … [Read more...]

A Simple Filipino Breakfast

Filipino Breakfast

This is my simple Filipino breakfast: Pandesal with tender juicy red hotdogs, and fried eggs. The one that I missed among the three was the tender juicy red hotdogs. Even if red hotdogs are available in some Filipino stores (most of which are imitated), nothing beats the authentic red hotdogs that … [Read more...]

Quick Guide

Panlasang Pinoy started out last May 2009 and a lot of readers have been constantly following ever since. For those of you who are entirely new to Panlasang Pinoy, I prepared a quick guide that you may use to navigate within the site . You might want to check some of your favorite Filipino Food / … [Read more...]

Atchara (Papaya)

Atchara Papaya

Atchara or Atcharang Papaya is an appetizer made from pickled green papaya. Julienned or grated green papaya are placed in airtight containers and soaked for a week in cooked vinegar and sugar mixture with onions, garlic, ginger, pepper corn, and red bell pepper. This is probably the most famous … [Read more...]

Garlic Fried Rice

Garlic Fried Rice or Sinangag is steamed rice fried with lots of garlic. This is a favorite side in the Philippines and most of Asia since rice is considered as the staple food. Usually considered as a breakfast food for Filipinos, this way of cooking rice goes well with several fried foods such … [Read more...]