Menudo with Raisins and Green Peas

Menudo with Raisins and Green Peas

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 … [Read more...]

Sinigang na Liempo sa Sampaloc with Gabi

Sinagang na Liempo Sa Sampaloc

Sinigang na Liempo sa Sampaloc with Gabi is a great idea for lunch. I love to have it with a condiment of fish sauce and chili along with a cup of warm steamed white rice -- or 2 cups, perhaps. This recipe uses fresh or fresh-frozen unripe tamarind as the souring agent, which is how it was during … [Read more...]

Easy Afritada

Easy Afritada

Easy Afritada is another version of pork afritada.  This recipe will guide you on how to prepare your favorite pork afritada with ease and confidence. My secret for a good afritada recipe, and for any other meat recipes, is the quality of the meat. I see to it that I use the freshest possible meat … [Read more...]

Pamplina Recipe

Pamplina Soup Recipe

Pamplina is a Spanish soup dish that was embraced by Filipinos. It is usually made from leftover soup dishes such as beef nilaga or pork nilaga, but I decided to prepare this dish from scratch using raw pork pata and a slow cooker. Have you tried eating a slow cooked meat before? The texture is … [Read more...]

Linat-an Recipe

Linat-an

Linat-an is a boiled pork soup dish that resembles Pork Nilaga. Although both dishes might sound the same, there are notable differences that can help us distinguish one from the other. Linat-an makes use of lemongrass (tanglad) and it also requires vegetables that are not present in Nilaga, such … [Read more...]

Inihaw na Pork Chop

Grilled Pinoy Pork Chop

Inihaw na Pork Chop is translated in Filipino as grilled pork chop. Perfectly sliced pork chops with skin and fat on are marinated in soy sauce and lemon juice mixture along with some spices to achieve a delicious flavor that appeals to the Filipino taste buds. I understand that you might have your … [Read more...]

Nilagang Baboy

Pork Nilaga

Nilagang Baboy or Pork Nilaga is translated as boiled pork in Filipino. This is a soup dish commonly served for lunch or dinner on regular days. Nilagang Baboy is eaten with steamed white rice and is best served with patis (fish sauce) and siling labuyo (birds eye chili). If you have been cooking … [Read more...]

Bas-uy Recipe

Bas-Uy

Bas-uy is a soup dish composed of pig liver cooked with ginger, lemongrass, and a variety of vegetables. This popular Ilonggo dish is best enjoyed during breakfast, with warm white rice and fried dried fish. There have been countless versions of Bas-uy around. The difference mostly is the … [Read more...]

Crispy Oven Broiled Liempo

Crispy Oven Broiled Pork Belly

I always try to avoid fatty food, but sometimes I have to give-in to my cravings. As long as I know my limits, that should be ok. I was craving for liempo and I thought that lechon kawali will be a perfect dish to make for lunch, but I ran out of cooking oil. Instead, I prepared Crispy Oven Broiled … [Read more...]

Adobong Bulalo

Adobong Bulalo

Adobong Bulalo is a delicious beef dish that can be considered as a hybrid of pork adobo and bulalo. This can also be referred to as beef shank adobo. This is a perfect dish to serve for lunch during the weekend -- don't forget the warm white rice to make it complete. Adobong Bulalo might look … [Read more...]