This Simple Recipe for Chicken Noodle Soup is simple and quick. In fact, it takes less than 30 minutes to prepare. What makes this soup dish convenient to make and very flavorful has something to do with the chicken. I am using rotisserie chicken for this recipe — roasted chicken can also be used. Rotisserie […]
Tinola is a ginger and onion based soup with chicken as the usual main ingredient. Chicken tinola is an authentic Filipino main dish and best complimented with green papaya wedges (an alternative is chayote) and chili pepper leaves. As a traditional dish, the chicken is usually cooked in low heat for quite some time to […]
Chicken Macaroni Sopas is a rich chicken noodle soup dish that I really enjoy having during cold weather, or even on an ordinary day — usually in the mid afternoon. I have had chicken macaroni sopas ever since I was a kid. This soup has been my favorite; I remember having this every afternoon as […]
Are you looking for a delicious Filipino Soup that you can quickly prepare? This Chicken and Miswa Soup Recipe is a good idea. I like Chicken and Miswa Soup because this is something that even a beginner can prepare and it is also budget friendly. I prepared this Chicken and Miswa soup by first boiling […]
Asian Chicken Soup is similar to chicken sotanghon soup, but this recipe has some features that makes it unique. This can be served as a soup appetizer, a main dish (there are times when I eat noodle soup with rice), and meryenda (snack). Soups, rice porridge, and rice cakes (kakanin) are common Filipino meryenda food. […]
Chicken Soup is not only delicious and comforting; it also has healing and soothing properties. This easy recipe will guide you in preparing your own chicken soup in no time. For most of us, our parents often serve chicken soup when we are not feeling well. I remember always having this wonder soup when I […]
Chicken and Corn soup is a simple yet nutritious soup recipe that requires boneless chicken and shredded corn kernels.
This is an easy to follow budget friendly recipe that you will surely love. I like this soup because the main ingredients are readily available anywhere — no matter which part of the world you are in. Aside from that, I think that the flavor and consistency of this soup is fantastic.
I used boneless chicken breasts for this recipe. However, you can always use bone-in chicken. All you need to do is boil the chicken for 20 minutes, and then manually separate the meat from the bones. Use the remaining liquid as chicken stock.
Sinampalukang Manok is a sour soup dish composed of chicken , vegetables, and tamarind leaves. This chicken soup recipe is similar to Sinigang. The only difference is the use of tamarind leaves.
Some people say that Sinampalukang Manok is just another sinigang recipe. I agree in a way. However, I think that there are still some noticeable differences that gives both dishes their own identities.
Sinampalukang Manok is best eaten with warm steamed rice. I usually eat this with a dip composed of fish sauce and crushed bird’s eye chili. I personally think that Sinampalukang Manok makes me feel better. Every time I catch cold or feel weak, a bowl of Sinampalukang Manok is all I needed to get back on track.
Chicken Binakol is a delicious chicken soup dish. It is similar to Chicken Tinola, although the use of of coconut meat and coconut water makes this dish unique.
Traditional methods of cooking Chicken Binakol requires native chicken simmered for several hours. The meat of native chicken is tougher than regular dressed chicken, but it has more flavor. Simmering native chicken longer makes the meat tender and releases all the flavors.
Chicken Pochero is a type of stew composed of chicken, sausage, vegetables, plantains, and tomatoes. The harmonious collaboration of different flavors makes this dish extra special.
I love to have this stew during cold seasons. Sipping the hot soup makes me feel warm and comfortable, while the indulging tastes makes my day complete.
This recipe is not very different from the Beef Pochero that we previously featured. Instead of using Chorizo de Bilbao, I opted for Chinese sausage. I also used plantains, instead of “Saging na Saba”.
Try this Chicken Pochero Recipe and let me know what you think.
Our well-loved Sopas and it may not be in a restaurant menu, but at home, this tops in soup requests. It is super pinoy soup and yumm!
Pinatisang Manok or chicken cooked in fish sauce is a simple chicken dish that resembles Chicken Tinola in some way. This is one of the traditional Filipino dishes that our grand parents enjoy during their time.
Since this is a very simple recipe, they say that this dish is can be enjoyed more if fresh native chicken is used. I believe that this is true because native chicken is much tastier than the usual chicken sold in the grocery; although you need to add more cooking time to tenderize the meat.
Have you cooked this dish before? To tell you the truth, this is just my fifth time making this dish (as far as I can remember). I usually cook Pinatisang Manok whenever I want to day dream about the countryside and the simple life that it has to offer. Isn’t it better to enjoy a simple life free from stress?
Try this Pinatisang Manok recipe and let me know what you think.