Filipino Beef Morcon is a perfect dish that you can cook for Noche Buena. It is fit for the holidays and I am sure that everyone who eats beef will love it. It is also included in my list of Top 10 Filipino Christmas Dishes.When making morcon, make sure that you prepare more than enough so […]
Bistek Silog as a tasty lunch meal combination that I can eat everyday. The combo meal is composed of Bistek tagalog – which is also known as Filipino Beef Steak, Sinangag na kanin or garlic fried rice, and fried eggs. This is not your usual “Silog” meal, so I am throwing this idea out in […]
Oven Baked Pork Chop Silog with Atcahara or pork chop silog is a pork chop meal with garlic fried rice, fried eggs, and pickled papaya. The fried rice is known as “sinangag na kanin” in Filipino, while eggs are called “itlog”. The name Pork Chop Silog pertains to oven baked pork chop that was semi-fried, […]
Tapsilog is a meal composed of Filipino beef jerky, garlic fried rice, and fried egg. The name was derived from the ingredients. The beef jerky is known as “Tapa”, garlic fried rice is called “Sinangag”, and the Filipino term for egg is “Itlog” – thus TapSiLog. Tapsilog is a popular meal in the Philippines. The […]
Tosilog is a popular Filipino breakfast meal. The name tosilog was derived from the different components of the meal which are: Tocino (cured pork), Sinangag (Filipino garlic fried rice), and Sunny-side up egg. Tosilog is best eaten with a spicy vinegar dip. Preparing or cooking tosilog means making each of its components. You can make […]
Daing na Bisugo with Sinangag sounds like a perfect pair for a Filipino breakfast; it will be even better if we add some spicy vinegar dip. This is an amazing treat for breakfast and a cup of brewed coffee or hot chocolate will make your experience more enjoyable. I know that most of you know […]
Sinangag or Garlic Fried Rice has been a favorite part of every Filipino breakfast. Sinangag can go well with many dishes regardless if these are fried dishes or stews. I personally like to have sinangag with fried salted dried fish such as tuyo, daing, and danggit. Of course, sinangag is also best with tapa, tocino, […]
Care for some Longsilog? As much as I would like to share this with you, I already consumed everything this morning for breakfast. Don’t fret; I can still share the recipe of longganisa and sinangag so that you can make your own meal.
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 as Tocino, Longganisa, Beef Tapa, Tuyo, Daing, Danggit. Also, Beef Pares won’t be complete without this.
For people who are not really familiar with rice but want to try this method of cooking, please be sure to use steamed rice (cooked rice). You could buy or purchase raw white rice (such as Jasmine) in your local grocery store (it is usually in the Asian or Mexican isle). Rice cooker is the best kitchen equipment to use for this (specially for newbies). However, if you are well versed in steaming rice using a cooking pot then that would be better. As an additional note, instant or microwavable rice is not recommended for this recipe.
Try this Garlic Fried Rice recipe.