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Choco Butternut Munchkins

Loading… [kkstarratings] Choco Butternut Munchkins, if you love Dunkin Donuts munchkins..then this recipe will make you crave for this childhood classic mini donuts we grew up with. Choco Butternut munchkins. I’m starting to crave too. Common and lets bake some. Happy cooking and enjoy! Ingredients: For the Chocolate Doughnuts: ¾ cup Flour ½ cup Sugar… Continue reading Choco Butternut Munchkins

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Pork Spareribs Caldereta with Cheese

Loading… Pork Spare Ribs Caldereta with Cheese is another sumptuous tomato sauce base dish that all Filipinos love through decades. It is originally adapted from Spanish cuisine and was adapted by our Filipino ancestor back in the Spanish colonization. In Philippines, when you say Caldereta Recipe the first thing in mind is the goat meat.… Continue reading Pork Spareribs Caldereta with Cheese

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Blueberry Cheese Cake Bars

Ingredients: 6 tablespoons butter, melted 2 cups graham cracker crumbs 2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese, softened 3⁄4 cup sugar 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 (8 ounce) jar blueberry jam (or preserves) 1 cup fresh blueberries Instructions:Preheat oven to 350°F Combine butter and graham cracker crumbs and press firmly and evenly onto bottom… Continue reading Blueberry Cheese Cake Bars

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Ginataang Labong or Tambo with Hipon

Bamboo shoots stewed in Coconut Milk recipe. Creamy aromatic ginataang gulay ng tambo. This is so delicious when paired with lots of steamed hot rice. You just can’t resist it. Best to go with inihaw na isda like Bangus or  Grilled Milk Fish. Ginataang Labong or Tambo with Hipon Ingredients: 1 can bamboo shoots 1 can… Continue reading Ginataang Labong or Tambo with Hipon

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Sinugba/Inihaw na Maya Maya

Grilled Red Snapper Ilonggo Style, Sinugba style ng mga Ilonggo, how to make delicious grilled red snapper and how Illongo’s make it so special in recipe. Learn more! Sinugba/Inihaw na Maya Maya Ingredients: 1 large Maya-Maya (Red Snapper) 1 bundle lemongrass (Tanglad), thin slice Salt Pepper ¼ cup Sesame oil Instructions: Heat grill to medium high… Continue reading Sinugba/Inihaw na Maya Maya

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Sinaing na Bilong bilong  (Moon Fish cooked in sour broth)

Ingredients: Bilong bilong Fish (Hiwas or Chabita, Sapatiro in other native language) salt dried kamyas Tamarind roots, or Sinigang mix Pork fat & skin Instructions: Prepare your fish first, make sure the fish is cleaned well and salted. For the tulingan, you have to slice the bottom of the fish in order to flatten the… Continue reading Sinaing na Bilong bilong  (Moon Fish cooked in sour broth)

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K.B.L. (Kadios, Baboy, Langka) 

A Native Ilonggo Dish. The KBL – short for Kadios, Baboy and Langka is one of the popular must-try “to crave for” dishes from Iloilo. KBL is a simple dish, packed with taste. The key to cook this is to use the freshest ingredients available. Kadios Beans (pigeon peas) are a popular ingredient in Ilonggo… Continue reading K.B.L. (Kadios, Baboy, Langka) 

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Special Tiyula Itum – Tausug Dish

Tiyula itum is tausug special dish black soup in burned coconut. It’s a beef or goat soup-stew of Tausug origin from Sulu (Jolo) in the Southern Philippines which is always served at weddings, often also at any other celebration, and not uncommonly after Ramadan. It’s most salient characteristic is that it is black – greenish… Continue reading Special Tiyula Itum – Tausug Dish

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Ginataang Puso ng Saging (Banana Blossoms in Coconut milk)

An indigenous Filipino dish made from banana blossoms, sautéed in garlic and onion and boiled in a rich and creamy coconut milk, seasoned with salt and pepper for finale. You can also add pork or any meat if you want. Ingredients: 2 whole puso ng saging or banana blossoms 1/2 kilo pork cut into small… Continue reading Ginataang Puso ng Saging (Banana Blossoms in Coconut milk)

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How to make Salvaro (Cassava Crisp)

A mindanao delicacy made from pounder,sun dried and fried cassava. A native and childhood delicacy of many mindanaoan’s. Ingredients: Ground cassava Cooking oil Caramelized coconut cream Instructions:Get the ground cassava and form it like a compact disc. Pound it with clean kitchen hammer to form thin cassava disc.Cook it through brewed water.Display the cassava discs… Continue reading How to make Salvaro (Cassava Crisp)