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Chippy Chicken Tenders

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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). What is Inasal What is Inasal This chicken barbecue is a regional recipe from Bacolod region, Western Visayas Philippines. […]

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Filipino Sweet Spaghetti

Filipino spaghetti is a Filipino adaptation of the Italian spaghetti with Bolognese sauce. It has a distinctively sweet sauce, usually made from tomato sauce sweetened with brown sugar or banana ketchup. It is typically topped with sliced hotdogs or smoked longganisa sausages, giniling, and grated cheese. This dish is a must have at Filipino parties, […]

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Tocino

Everyone loves bacon, Tocino is a Filipino style of caramelized, sweet cured bacon. This dish is popular with +Silog breakfasts or brunch and typically served with garlic rice, salad and fried egg on the side. It’s a must have in our home! What is Tocino Tocino is a Spanish word for bacon. The Philippines love […]

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Kare Kare

Oxtail Peanut Stew with Peanut Butter Kare kare is oxtail stew cooked with roasted & grounded peanuts, unsweetened Peanut Butter and vegetables served with white rice. A very comforting, delicious and comforting dish that Filipinos LOVE! What is Kare kare? [ka-ri-kari]  Kare Kare has a colourful history, pretty much the same as the Philippines history. […]

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Ginisang Monggo na May Manok

Sautéed Mung Beans and Chicken with Spinach What is Ginisang Monggo 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 […]

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Embutido

Steamed Meatloaf What is Embutido Embutido has evolved over the years, what was once a sausage dish turned into a meatloaf linked to Philippine history. As one of the colonies of Spain, we naturally inherited some of their food, language and culture. If you have visited the Philippines that would be the first thing you […]

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Black Pudding Stew with Steamed Rice Cake

Dinuguan at Puto sa Bigas What is Dinuguan It is a stew of offal and meat, simmered in a rich gravy of pig’s blood, garlic, chili and vinegar. Dinuguan is also known as Chocolate stew, nicknamed to trick children and unknowing adults to eat it!. Which is probably not the best way to encourage people to try […]

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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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Classic Filipino Pork Barbecue

Inihaw Baboy A Filipino favourite, it’s sweet and tangy barbecue that the whole family would like! What is a classic Filipino BBQ? I’m sure there are many barbecue recipes out there, this recipe however it’s probably unique to Filipinos. It has an unusual ingredient added to make it extra yummy! Filipinos add cola or soda […]

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