Budget Meal

Ampalaya Guisado (Bittermelon)

Loading… Ampalaya Guisado (Bittermelon) affordable, healthy and budget meal saver for a frugal mom. Ampalaya Guisado Recipe (Bittermelon) Ingredients: * 2 pieces Ampalaya, cut in half, seeded and sliced into 1/4″ crosswise * 2 pieces tomatoes, cut in wedges * 1/4 pound pork, pre-boiled and cubed * 2 pieces whole eggs, scrambled * 2 cloves… Continue reading Ampalaya Guisado (Bittermelon)

Soups

Lomi Recipe

Loading… This Lomi Recipe is a classic version and oh so yummy. Fantastic for the cold, rainy day season! We have prepared 2 language cooking instructions for your perusal (Filipino and English language below). Happy cooking and enjoy! LOMI RECIPE (English Version) Servings: 4 INGREDIENTS: 1 package (400 grams) lomi noodles ½ kilograms boneless, skinless… Continue reading Lomi Recipe

Cakes and No Bake Cakes

Taisan Recipe

Loading… Taisan Cake recipe is a kind of Filipino soft chiffon cake that melts in your mouth. It is so light, buttery and yet not too sweet. Upon serving, it is brushed with melted butter on top, lavishly sprinkled with sugar and grated cheese. Sounds perfect right? But taste perfect too! This Taisan recipe is… Continue reading Taisan Recipe

Desserts · Donuts

French Beignet Recipe

Loading… These French Quarter Beignets is a famous deep fried sweet pillow pastry in France and New Orleans served in Cafè Du Mondè. Try a little something more different and have a relaxing weekend with coffee and beignets. Kids will absolutely want more of these! Let them experience some French snack feels. French Beignet Recipe… Continue reading French Beignet Recipe

Merienda

CORNDOGS

Loading… Corndogs are ideal back to school snacks you can make for kids. A healthy snack pack for school. Good business idea for snack corner near school area. “Cornmeal is a meal (coarse flour) ground from dried maize (corn). It is a common staple food, and is ground to fine, medium, and coarse consistencies, but not… Continue reading CORNDOGS

Filipino Native Food · Sauces

Sinamak Ingredients (Spiced Vinegar)

Sinamak ingredients is a concoction of vinegar (from coconut; fermented in a glass or jar). This is use to add flavor and spice to most dishes. This condiment derived its appealing taste from several spices that were combined and soaked in vinegar for several days to several weeks. Sinamak is a Hiligaynon (Ilonggo language widely… Continue reading Sinamak Ingredients (Spiced Vinegar)

Filipino Native Food · Pancit

PANCIT BATIL PATUNG RECIPE

Pancit Batil-Patung is Tuguegarao’s Pride. “To say that Tuguegarao City panciterias are overwhelming is an understatement. Literally, pancit is everywhere in this City. Tuguegarao, the hottest City in the Philippines (the first city to record the highest temperature in history) has lots of wide range of Pancit. According to old folks, preparing pancit on your birthday… Continue reading PANCIT BATIL PATUNG RECIPE

Filipino Native Food · Pork Recipes

Kilayin ng Kapampangan

Kilayin ng kapampangan is an original and one of the best recipes in Pampanga. Also known as kilawin of kapampangan. Kilayin is a dish made from Pork, lungs, liver, cooked in vinegar, patis and generously seasoned with crushed black pepper. The secret to a ridiculously delicious kilayin is finely chopped pork lungs fried to a… Continue reading Kilayin ng Kapampangan

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Rice

Tamales (Boboto in Kapampangan)

Tamales or Boboto in kapampangan dialect, is made of rice flour, coconut milk, topped with palabok sauce, salted egg or boiled egg, shredded chicken, sprinkled with fried garlic and nuts. It is cooked thru steaming wrapped mixture in banana leaves. The aroma of banana leaves makes the Tamales smells so delicious as it cooks. It… Continue reading Tamales (Boboto in Kapampangan)