Inihaw na Panga ng Tuna is best served with a spicy Ponzu dip. I made it simply by combining lime and soy sauce. Calamansi is also perfect for the dip. The grilled tuna and spicy Ponzu is a match made in heaven. It is good to be very early when shopping for groceries. It is […]
Grilled Stuffed Tilapia is like your typical grilled whole fish except that it is stuffed with delicious veggies inside. It is simple, easy-to-cook, delicious, and totally Filipino. I enjoyed having it with a dip of spicy toyomansi (ponzu). So, how easy is it to make your own grilled stuffed tilapia? Let me tell you. I […]
Grilled Pork Belly is a simple dish that you can make with pork. As the name of the dish suggest, pork belly is recommended for this recipe because it is perfect for grilling and it has a good enough fat content that keeps the meat moist and flavorful. I will not talk anything about being […]
Grilled Pompano is a delicious dish that anyone can prepare. Aside from tasting fresh and delicious, I like grilled pompano because it does not require a lot of ingredients and it is simple to prepare. I used black pompano for this recipe. Since pompano is quite fatty, it is a good candidate for grilling. I […]
Inihaw na Tilapia or Grilled Tilapia is one of my favorite summer time dishes. There are many ways to prepare inihaw na Tilapia, this recipe will guide you on how to make grilled or inihaw na Tilapia in the simplest way – rubbed with salt and pepper and cooked directly over the grill. Fish such […]
It is summer time again (here in North America). Time to clean the grill and get it running again. Steak, hot dogs, burger and bratwurst are some of the favorite foods to grill in this part of the world. However, we are not limited to these selections.
I chose to follow my cravings by grilling barbecue. I miss the grilled pork barbecue in the Philippines. Back in the days, I buy barbecue at least three times a week from a stall situated beside the entrance gate of our village. Aside from the barbecue, I also love the dipping sauce. The sauce is a mixture of vinegar, whole peppercorn, red onions, and “siling labuyo” (birds eye chili). The sauce is placed in tall cylindrical glass jars (these are recycled coffee jars: Nescafe or Great Taste, probably). I soak the barbecue in the sauce for a good 5 minutes to absorb the flavor. Since the sauce jar is shared by everyone, I make sure to get my barbecue right after the stall opens. That way, I am confident that the sauce is still fresh.
Inihaw na Liempo or Grilled Pork Belly needs no introduction at all. The name of the dish already defines itself. This is one good food that I really like because of its simple preparation and magnificent taste.
I love eating liempo the “kamayan” way. I just make sure that my hands are all clean and that the suka (vinegar) and ensalada (salad) is within my reach.
Try this simple Inihaw na Liempo recipe.