Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin · Merienda

Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

Loading… Another native Filipino kakanin from the province with abundant sugar cane plantations. The makers of Panutsa/Panotcha like the provinces of Pangasinan and Ilocos. In other provinces it is also known as Sinakob, Tagapulot, Pulitipot, Panotcha or Sugar Cane Mollases. This dark sugar cane mollases is like a (half sphere) bao in shape and has… Continue reading Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin

Bibingkoy ng Cavite

Loading… Have you tried Bibingkoy of Cavite? It’s an original Caviteño rice treat that taste like tikoy and buchi with ginataan! A glutinous rice cake pillow with green monggo/mung bean paste filling and served with generous creamy coconut milk with glutinous rice balls, jackfruit strips, and sago. Best breakfast you’ll ever taste when in Cavite.… Continue reading Bibingkoy ng Cavite

Filipino Recipe · Soups

CREAM OF MUSHROOM SOUP

Loading… Did you ever think of making your own Filipino Style Cream of Mushroom soup from scratch, because one of the members of the family can’t eat ready made or instant soup. I am sharing this recipe because I needed to cook this from scratch and without msg. It turned out way better than the… Continue reading CREAM OF MUSHROOM SOUP

Chinese Food · Filipino Recipe · Soups

Fishball Noodle Soup

Loading… No meal is simpler than this, Fishball Noodle Soup. In fact, you can even use Lucky Me noodles and discard the msg powder, concoct this recipe into their noodles. Nice idea! This warm soup will definitely delight any cold soul. So if your thinking where to get all the soup broth. The technique is… Continue reading Fishball Noodle Soup

Filipino Recipe · Pork Recipes

Pork Binagoongan with Kamatis

Loading… One of my best loved dishes is Pork Binagoongan, this recipe version is sauteed in tomatoes or with kamatis. Tomatoes will make your binagoongan slightly reddish in hue. Try it, its delicious! Pork Binagoongan with Kamatis INGREDIENTS:1 kilogram Pork belly1/2 cup white vinegar1/4 cup water4 tablespoon Bagoong alamang5 cloves  Garlic (minced)1 Red onion (finely… Continue reading Pork Binagoongan with Kamatis

Filipino Recipe · Holiday Recipes · Pasta · Salads

Filipino Macaroni Salad with Cheese

Loading… Want to know the secret to a delicious Chicken Macaroni Salad? The secret is also in the ingredients. Instead of boiled chicken you may use roasted chicken. The added smokey flavor on your salad makes it extra flavourful. Sounds yummy right, but it taste even better! Also, use the best brand of mayonaise that… Continue reading Filipino Macaroni Salad with Cheese

Beef Recipes · Filipino Recipe

BEEF SALPICAO RECIPE

Loading… This beef salpicao recipe is so quick and easy to cook. Marinate the beef and start sauteeing in high heat. To achieve a super tender salpicao: boil the beef first until it becomes very tender (about 1hr 45min). Drain from water and marinade beef. Double cooking the beef makes it super easy to achieve… Continue reading BEEF SALPICAO RECIPE

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Seafood

GINATAANG KUHOL

Loading… Ginataang Kuhol or Snails in Coconut milk in France more commonly known as Escargot in Coconut Milk. Nutrition Facts: This recipe are basically rich in Protein, Vitamin D, Calcium, Iron and Pottasium as stated in the Nutrition Facts Table below calculated by Very Well Fit. An ideal menu for Lenten Season or in Philippines… Continue reading GINATAANG KUHOL

Adobo Recipes · Filipino Recipe · Seafood

ADOBONG PUSIT DAMPA STYLE

Loading… This Adobong Pusit Dampa Style recipe is super duper delicious! It’s the secret recipe of Dampa restaurants. Simple and quick to cook. It will tell you how to achieve a super tender pusit with a very thick black sauce. Happy cooking! ADOBONG PUSIT DAMPA STYLE INGREDIENTS:1 kilogram pusit (squids), cleaned½ cup toyo½ cup suka5… Continue reading ADOBONG PUSIT DAMPA STYLE

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Merienda · Pancit

Pancit Marilao Recipe

The Origin of Pancit Marilao, Bulacan A Story by Noel Santos:“She met this girl almost seven years ago, a fourth generation and descendant of Japanese diaspora, of whom their relatives were from Malabon and Marilao. And the story was this, sometime in March in 1899, people, men, women and children were shooed, from Malabon and… Continue reading Pancit Marilao Recipe