Asian Food · Korean Food · Soups

Budae Jjigae (Korean Army Stew)

Loading… Budae Jjigae or army stew is a very popular dish in Korea! It’s tasty, affordable and easy to cook. According to Korea Travel, It was invented after the Korean war when the American army was stationed at Uijeongbu. Because of food scarcity in South Korea after Korean war, the American army provided the food… Continue reading Budae Jjigae (Korean Army Stew)

Beef Recipes · Lutong Bahay (Daily Menu) · Soups

Bulalong Batangas

Loading… Bulalong Batangas, simple lamang lutuin pero ang sarap. Tara at magluto ng bulalo ng mga taga Batangas. Ala e! BULALONG BATANGAS Sangkap: 1.5 kilo beef bulalo, cut into segments with the marrow secured with butcher’s twine2 pcs red onion½ cup onion leeks, choppedsalt and pepper corns1.5 liters water½  pechay Baguio3 fresh young corn, chopped3… Continue reading Bulalong Batangas

Lutong Bahay (Daily Menu) · Soups

Misua, Tomato and Corn Soup

Loading… A very hearty soup for the cold weather! Super yummy and the corn smells so good as it cooks. Make sure to use fresh sweet corn to make a very delicious soup! Simple, easy and budget-friendly meal for the whole family. Happy cooking! Misua, Tomato and Corn Soup INGREDIENTS: 200g misua (chinese vermicelli)2 cups… Continue reading Misua, Tomato and Corn Soup

American Dish · Holiday Recipes · Soups

Cheesy Cauliflower Soup

Loading… This coming Christmas, why not prepare something that can warm the heart and something healthy for the family. This Cheesy Cauliflower Soup is best to serve hot with your favorite toppings, like a dollop of cream on top, chopped bacon and some spring onions or any fresh herbs you like for some added aroma… Continue reading Cheesy Cauliflower Soup

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Merienda · Pancit · Soups

PANCIT VIGAN

This Pancit Vigan recipe is also known as Pancit Musiko in Vigan Ilocos Norte. A traditional snack for Music Bands (mga musikero) in Vigan fiestas. Why not try this delectable recipe today, it’s super delicious even for breakfast. Servings: 2 PANCIT VIGAN INGREDIENTS: ½ cup chicken breast (boiled and shredded) ½ cup pork shoulder or… Continue reading PANCIT VIGAN

Asian Food · International Recipe · Japanese Food · Soups

JAPANESE STYLE CREAM STEW

This Japanese Style Cream Stew is colorful and pretty a nice soup for a cold weather or a rainy day. Try it for breakfast paired with your favorite toasted bread or slices of french bread. If you want more ingredients, you may add chop celery rib and some slices of mushrooms. That’s more yummy! JAPANESE… Continue reading JAPANESE STYLE CREAM STEW

Budget Meal · Filipino Recipe · Lutong Bahay (Daily Menu) · Soups

MISUA PATOLA WITH SARDINES

This misua patola with sardines recipe is classic recipe way back our childhood days. Specially on rainy days. Simple and favorite Filipino soup that our Nanay or Lola will cook everytime there’s a typhoon (malakas na bagyo). They couldn’t go to the market so they prepare this soup that doesn’t require a lot of ingredients.… Continue reading MISUA PATOLA WITH SARDINES

Asian Food · Chinese Food · Soups

Tomato Egg Drop Noodle Soup

After eating some heavy kind of food, this tomato egg drop noodle soup is for the win! It is a light and yummy soup with noodles. Kids will definitely love it. Tomato Egg Drop Noodle Soup INGREDIENTS: 250g Misua2 tbsp Vegetable oil1 tsp minced garlic1 white onion, chopped1 inch ginger, julienned3 Large tomatoes, sliced into… Continue reading Tomato Egg Drop Noodle Soup

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Soups

HINALANG NA BAKA

Hinalang na Baka or Beef Halang-halang. Super Spicy Beef and Innard Soup. Best soup for any hangover problems. This spicy soup is very high in Uric acid because of the beef innards. People with gout should avoid eating this kind of soup recipe. HINALANG NA BAKA INGREDIENTS: 3 cups beef and beef innards (liver, intestine… Continue reading HINALANG NA BAKA

Filipino Recipe · Japanese Food · Lutong Bahay (Daily Menu) · Soups

Japanese Shoyu Ramen Style

This is a simple style of a Japanese Shoyu Ramen and inspired from the original. Because most of us may not have an easy access to Japanese ingredients. This recipe is simplified to what most Filipinos can afford or what is commonly available in our groceries. You may find some of these ingredients available in… Continue reading Japanese Shoyu Ramen Style

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Other Meats · Soups

Gotong Batangas Recipe

How to make Gotong Batangas Gotong Batangas was originally called Gotong Lipa according to some. Nevertheless, this hot soup is best for rainy days. It is a well known comfort food of Batangeños. But before you start cooking let me give you some quick preparation guide for your tripe: A quick  guide to buying beef… Continue reading Gotong Batangas Recipe

International Recipe · Soups

CALDO DE PATA (COW FEET SOUP)

Caldo de Pata or Cow Feet soup is originally from El Salvador in Central America. It is a hearty gelatinous soup well loved in the Caribbean with very tender cow feet meat and fats, cassava, achuete, hominy corns (binatog corn we all know), fresh herbs and spices that makes it more sumptuous. Happy cooking! CALDO… Continue reading CALDO DE PATA (COW FEET SOUP)

Filipino Recipe · Lutong Bahay (Daily Menu) · Soups

SHABU SHABU (PINOY STYLE)

Shabu Shabu (Pinoy Style) is easy to make because the ingredients are easily found in our local market. It’s affordable and delicious! SHABU SHABU (PINOY STYLE) INGREDIENTS: 4 pack Pork Ribs Instant Noodles (any brand) 1 pack bacon (200 grams)  1 pack squid balls (or crab sticks) 1 pack shrimp siomai 1 sweet corn, sliced… Continue reading SHABU SHABU (PINOY STYLE)