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Charred Aubergine Omelette

Tortang Talong A quick, very easy and simple dish to make! Perfect meal anytime of the day, eaten either with salad or some jasmine rice. Aubergine and eggplant are the same but different species. When I was growing up in the Philippines this was one of the dishes that I learnt to make that my […]

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Kwek Kwek

Deep Fried Quails Eggs in Beer Batter This dish is probably the most underrated Filipino street food in the Philippines. The original recipe doesn’t have any beer with it, my version is taken from England’s fish & chips batter super charged it with beer or sparkling water. It creates bubbles and makes the batter airy […]

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Ensaladang Kulawo

Smokey Aubergine with Coconut Dressing Ensaladang Kulawo is two dishes combined into one. It’s grilled aubergine, tomatoes, red onions and garlic with coconut cream & lemon dressing. This is great as a side dish or salad and it’s vegan too! What is Ensaladang Kulawo? Let’s start with Ensalada, this dish is made up of grilled […]

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Pinakbet na Purong Gulay

Vegan Pinakbet – A vegetable medley cooked with salted black beans. Pinakbet is a regional dish from Ilocos, north of Philippines. What is Pinakbet? Pinakbet or Pakbet is a dish from Ilocos and Its name came from the Ilocano word pinakebbet which means “shriveled”, in reference to the vegetables being sweated in the pot over […]

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Ginisang Itlog na Maalat at Sigarilyas

Stir fried salted eggs and winged beans with tomatoes. A delicious and quick meatless dish that you can make in 30 minutes!

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Crispy Mushrooms and Salted Egg

Twice fried Oyster Mushrooms, season with Salted Egg and served with Alamang Mayo.

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Ginataan na Gulay

Vegan Vegetables Medly in Coconut Milk Ginataan is a type of stewed or braised Filipino dish cooked with coconut milk. There are many varieties to this dish but the common ingredients are coconut and pumpkin or squash. The word “ginataan” (also spelled as guinataan) is a Filipino cooking method that involves coconut meat or coconut […]

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Kare Kare Tofu

Fried Tofu with Peanut Sauce What is Kare Kare Kare kare is traditionally cooked with oxtail or beef as a stew with ground peanuts and thickened with rice flour. Peanut butter is a modern way of cooking Kare kare today for ease. This dish is a popular choice and is usually seen at special celebrations […]

Vegan Ginisang Monggo

Vegan Ginisang Monggo

No Meat Braised Mung Beans Ginisang Monggo is usually eaten on a friday and according to Yummy.ph “this custom stems from the Philippines’ predominantly Catholic population, which refrains from eating meat during Friday every Lenten season. Catholics typically abstain from meat as a form of sacrifice, and monggo was a favorite substitute.” They also said […]

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Salmon Steaks Escabeche

Salmon Steaks with Sweet & Tangy Sauce What is Escabeche  The Origin story is nicely written by guampedia.com. I was so fascinated by this information. The origin of the word “escabeche” is Persian. The Arabs brought the word “escabeche” to Spain in the 8th Century. The word is derived from “Al-sikbaj,” a popular meat dish […]

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