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Taho

Sweet Tofu Pudding TAHOOOO! The distinctive shout that the street vendor calls while making his round. You immediately grab your money and run outside making sure you don’t miss him. Pssst! You call the vendor, he comes over and starting assembling your taho. He first take a cup (you provide a cup too), he then […]

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Leche Flan Cake

What is Leche Flan Cake Leche Flan Cake also known as Custard Cake and it’s is probably the most decadent Filipino dessert I have ever tried! Not only that you get to eat a delicious cake at the end but the process of making this cake is so magical to me. How the cake batter […]

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Satti de Zamboanga

Beef BBQ with Spicy Gravy It’s summer in London now we are all gearing up for more Barbecue foods and chilling under the sun. I’m going to show you how to make this popular dish from Zamboanga, Mindanao, Southern part of the Philippines called Satti de Zamboanga.  It’s Beef or chicken barbecue sticks served with […]

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Flash Tapa +Silog

Quick Stir Fried Beef Strips with Garlic Rice and Fried Egg *Updated 16 March 2023* What is Tapa? Tapa is cooked with beef, mutton, horsemeat, carabao meat, or goat meat that is dried or cured. In the Philippines, it generally means beef that is smoked. The word tapa is a Spanish word that means to […]

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Beef Empanadas

What is Filipino Beef Empanada Filipino Empanadas were influenced by Spain when they colonised the country. It’s similar to South American and Cuban empanadas. Each Spanish colony adapted the recipe to their own using ingredients available to them. Making each country’s empanada unique to them. I only know 2 variations on empanadas in the Philippines. […]

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Iskrambol

Milky Slushy with Purple Yam If I say school snacks what’s the first food comes to mind? I grew up in the Philippines and what I remember during school recess or break is this cold, sweet and colourful dessert. The vendor usually seen outside of schools and parks waiting for the students and young children […]

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Pinoy Fruit Salad

Fruity…check! Creamy…check! Sweet…check! If you have attended a Filipino gathering before, you know that you are in for a feast! When we say, come over, we are having a small gathering for a celebration don’t expect 2-3 people or sandwiches on the table. Small gathering ends up being a living room and kitchen full of […]

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Malutong Na Pata

Pork Hock, Twice cooked and Fried to Perfection This dish is popurlay known as Crispy Pata, it literally means crispy pork hock. It’s twice cooked, first it’s boiled and deep fried until it nice and crispy.

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Kaldereta

Pressure Cooker Series Episode 1: A Tomato Based Hearty Beef & Liver Stew 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 […]

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Inasal na Manok

A Fragrant Spatchcock Chicken Barbecue with Annatto and Butter Baste. Inasal has the perfect smokey, peppery and citrus balance. Served with a lovely steamy hot ric, a garlicy soy & vinegar dip and Atchara (Filipino Pickles). W What is Inasal This chicken barbecue is a regional recipe from Bacolod region, Western Visayas Philippines. The Ilonggo […]

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