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Spatchcock Inihaw

BBQ Whole Chicken with Lemongrass The word ‘Inihaw’ literally means to barbecue something. This is a very popular street food in the Philippines. You will see many barbecue stands on the side of the road each with their own inihaw recipe. You can see the smoke from the barbecue from a distance and the amazing […]

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Pancit Bihon

Easily one of the most popular Filipino noodle dish. It’s cooked rice noodles, chicken and vegetables. Topped with spring onions and drizzled with kalamansi or lemon on top. What is Pancit Bihon Pancit or Pansit is noodles in Filipino language. Noodles were brought to the Philippines by Chinese immigrants and merchants. From baon (packed food) […]

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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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Manok at Baboy na Adobo. As Seen on BuzzFeed UK Video

Braised Chicken and Pork in Soy Sauce & Vinegar What is Adobo The word ‘Adobo’ is a borrowed Spanish word ‘Adobar’ meaning to marinade. When the 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 and vinegar already existed […]

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Pancit Molo

Pork and Prawns Noodle Dumpling Soup. A Filipino version of Wonton Soup Okay okay…let’s get the most asked question about this dish out of the way. Why is it called Pancit (noodle) but it doesn’t have noodles? Well the answer is really simple and staring you right in the face! The wrappers are the noodles! […]

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Astig na Pritong Pakpak

Filipino Fried Chicken with Banana Ketchup My family loves good fried chicken. I definitely love the crispy chicken wings and I watch asmr videos of people eating crispy fried chicken. The crispy sounds of fried chicken and the crunch is like music to my ears.  The word ‘astig’ is a slang Filipino word for awesome […]

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Garlic Fried Chicken

Crispy-li-cious! Period! I am totally obsessed with fried chicken!! I love watching ASMR videos of people eating fried chicken. There’s something about the sound of that crunch on each bite that I’m obsessed with! Leaves me drooling over my phone while watching. I made a couple of recipes with fried chicken already and I’m happy […]

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Manuk na Piaparan

Chicken Cooked in Coconut Milk with Palapa Paste Served with Soup on the Side. Also known as Piyaparan What is Manuk na Piaparan? It’s a Chicken dish from the Maranao tribe. They are a community of Muslim people in Mindanao, Philippines and are also known as “people of the lake.” There is an ancient lake called Lake Lanao, it’s […]

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Inasal Na Manok Sticks

Boneless Thigh Chicken Barbeque marinated in a mixture of vinegar and numerous spices such as lemongrass, garlic, and ginger. Basted with annatto and butter infused oil. What is Inasal This chicken barbecue is a regional recipe from Bacolod region, Western Visayas Philippines. The Ilonggo word ‘Inasal’ literally means char-grilled or roasted meat. Inasal is traditionally […]

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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 […]

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