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Fried Rice with Molo Fillings- Fridge Find Friday- foodwithmae - (5 of 5)

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Fried Rice with Molo Fillings I cook most of the day during the week for my instagram content or for the family and often I have plenty of left overs. I keep them in the fridge or feezer to preserve them and not to waste them. As a mama of two, I sometimes don’t want […]

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Inasal Na Manok

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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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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Sinigang na Buto ng Baboy sa Sampalok

Easy Sour Soup Pork Ribs braised in Tamarind paste Sinigang is a popular Filipino sour soup dish and one of my favorite foods when it’s gloomy and raining or cold in London Town. There are many variations to this dish just like Adobo. It can vary from the protein you use, either meat or fish […]

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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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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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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 […]

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Adobong Baboy

Classic Braised Pork in Soy and Vinegar, cooked until tender with a rich savoury sauce. The word ‘Adobo’ is a borrowed Spanish word ‘Adobar’ meaning to marinade. When Spainards 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 […]

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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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Popcorn Chicken Adobo

A modern take on the traditional Chicken Adobo. Adobo Popcorn chicken is a crispy fried chicken bites covered in Adobo sauce. Traditionally, Adobo is marinated then braised until the meat is tender and the sauce is reduced. It’s eaten with some boiled jasmine rice or fried rice. I was inspired by the Taiwanese popcorn chicken […]

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