Happy New Year 2017 from my family to yours! I hope that you had fun celebrating New Year’s Eve with your loved ones. May this year bring us more peace, prosperity, and love. Cheers! We prepared six dishes for New Year’s Eve Dinner and two more for dessert. This was a collective effort from all […]
Lechon Manok or spit-roasted chicken is a Filipino favorite. It goes well with my homemade lechon manok sauce and some papaya atchara on the side. I enjoy eating this with freshly cooked white rice. If you are in the Philippines, you can be considered lucky enough because lechon manok is available almost everywhere. Chances are […]
Even the best lechon manok won’t be complete without lechon manok sauce. This is a simple recipe for lechon manok sauce that you can have with your homemade rotisserie chicken. It is simple and has that yummy taste of traditional pinoy lechon sauce. Before we start, you will need a blender or food processor for […]
Pancit Batil Patung is a popular noodle dish in Tuguegarao City, Cagayan. It is composed of two parts: the noodles with toppings, and the sauce which looks like an egg drop soup. Poached egg along with sautéed meats and vegetables are topped over the fresh miki noodles, while a piece of egg is cracked and stirred-in simmering beef […]
Lechon Carajay are crispy slices of pork belly that were boiled with spices and then deep fried until golden brown and crispy. This dish is the same as the popular lechon kawali and it can be served with a spicy vinegar and onion dipping sauce or the rich and tasty lechon sauce. If you want […]
Roasted Pork Belly or Lechon Liempo is one of the dishes that we enjoyed during 2016 New Year’s eve dinner. I have lots of different version that I wanted to share with you, and I thought of starting with this simple foolproof Roasted Pork recipe. This Lechon Pork belly is cooked using the oven; it is […]
Ever thought of making your own lechon at home? If you are one of those people who want to make lechon the easy way, then maybe you can start with this Lechon Pata Recipe. This is an easy lechon recipe that makes use of conventional oven, so you do not need to create a pit […]
Finally, I was able to feature Lechon here in our Filipino Food Blog. I hate to disappoint everyone but this is not a Lechon Recipe that most of you might be expecting (hopefully, I’ll be able to feature that when I visit the Philippines in May this year). This is all about the Lechong Baboy (Roasted Pig) that we had a while ago during the birthday party of our friend’s daughter, Lia.
See the smile in the pig’s face? I think that he or she is not camera shy at all. We had this a few hours back for dinner along with some sumptuous Filipino foods. The last time that I had Lechon was 2 years ago during New Year’s Eve and Panlasang Pinoy was not even born during that time.