Currently Browsing: One Pot Wonder 12 articles

Humba- foodwithmae (3 of 3)

Leyte Humba

Oozing with savoury, sweet flavours and melt in your mouth pork bites, here’s my Braised Pork Belly in soy sauce and vinegar with salted black beans, palm sugar and star anise.  What is Humba? Let’s get this completely clear, Humba is NOT Adobo!  They both are braised with soy sauce and vinegar. Both have bay […]

Sopas - Baon London - anddine - delivery (2 of 4)

Sopas

Creamy Chicken Macaroni Soup A comforting one pot wonder that fills you up and cuddle you from the inside.. It’s creamy, filling and soupy just perfect for those cold days and or rainy days. I asked the my daughters what they would like to eat for dinner. It’s been a rainy autumn we are having […]

SinigangNaButongBaboySaSampalok-foodwithmae (17 of 17)

Pork Ribs Sour Soup with Tamarind

Sinigang na Buto ng Baboy sa Sampalok Rain or Shine this dish does not disappoint. I remember my papa would tell me that “a good soup should make you sweat”. He would make some sinigang and as soon as he takes off the heat we would eat it straight away and I love putting so […]

Kinulob na Manok-FoodwithMae (6 of 15) small

Kinulob na Manok

One Pot Braised Chicken A whole chicken braised with chorizo, bacon and spices. Kinulob na Manok is a whole chicken traditionally cooked in a large clay pot called ‘Palayok’ and cooked over wood on low heat for a few hours. Banana leaves are used to line the chicken and on top to keep the heat […]

One Pot Braised Pork

Easy Visayan Humba Make sure you cook plenty of rice for this dish because you’re going to need it! Humba is popular in Visaya, Central – Southern Philippines. It’s sometimes mistaken for Patatim because of a few similar ingredients but the main difference is that Patatim does not have any star anise or fermented black […]

Kaldereta - FoodwithMae-4

Kaldereta

A Hearty Beef & Liver Stew with Olives and Tomatoes *RECIPE UPDATED What is Kaldereta or Caldereta Kaldereta’s also known as Caldereta name is derived from the Spanish word caldera meaning cauldron. This dish is one of those dishes that was brought to the Philippines during the Spanish colonisation. The origin is not confirmed but […]

Bicol Express - FoodwithMae-1x1

Bicol Express

Spicy and Creamy Stewed pork in Coconut Milk What is Bicol Express According to Wikipedia, The dish was named by Laguna resident, Cely Kalaw, during a cooking competition in the 1970s in Malate, Manila. The name of the dish was inspired by the Bicol Express railway train (Philippine National Railways) that operated from Tutuban, Manila […]

Adobong Manok-Pressure Cooker - Food with Mae-16

Adobo

Pressure Cooker Series Episode 3: Adobo – Chicken Cooked with Soy Sauce and Vinegar What is Adobo The word ‘Adobo’ is a borrowed Spanish word ‘Adobar’ meaning to marinade. When Spaniards came to the Philippines, according to the book Memories of Philippine kitchens by Amy Besa and Romy Dorotan, a dish braised with soy sauce […]

Pochero - Food with Mae-6

Pochero

Tomato based Pork Stew with Plantain and Vegetables What is Pochero Pochero is a stew dish, tomato based, cooked with meat and vegetables. It’s inspired from the Andalucian dish ‘Puchero’. The Philippine’s history and cuisine go hand in hand together. Spain left so much mark in the Philippines after 300+ of colonisation. The influence of […]

Bicol Express-Pressure Cooker - Food with Mae-13

Bicol Express

Pressure Cooker Series Episode 2: Pork Belly Cooked in Coconut Milk (mildly spiced) What is Bicol Express According to Wikipedia, The dish was named by Laguna resident, Cely Kalaw, during a cooking competition in the 1970s in Malate, Manila. The name of the dish was inspired by the Bicol Express railway train (Philippine National Railways) […]

Filipino Recipes & More
Close Cookmode