Pork Sisig is a very popular Filipino dish that originated from the province of Pampanga, the culinary capital of the Philippines. It was invented by a Filipina named Lucia Cunanan and eventually called Aling Lucia as “sisig queen” in her hometown. The dish typically served as pulutan to an ice cold beer by most Filipinos. But today, the pork sisig is also best Read more
If you’re staying in the Philippines, you can’t afford to miss their native specialty Pork Skin Chicharon or Cracklings which is much known in the country. Filipinos tend to love this food because aside from its delicious taste, the crispiness of chicharon baboy/pork will surely delights your mouth Read more
Maja Blanca is a white color pudding which coconut milk serves as the primary ingredient. This is perfect for any occasions Read more
Filipinos are very vibrant in creating a unique blend of aromatic spices that will surely make the ordinary dish into special. Best example is the Calamares or commonly they called it a Fried Squid Recipe. This dish is well-loved by most Filipino households because of its mouth-watering taste and very easy to prepare. It has also rich in vitamins and minerals that keep your body and mind healthy.
Now, I am going to share you a much simpler but yet tasteful recipe of Calamares/Fried Squid which made in a Filipino style of course! Read more
There are plenty of affordable eateries or carenderias that can be found in the town sidewalks of Cebu which is mostly a favorite destination for those people searching for a food journey or food trip.
One of the town native dishes is called balbacua. This is a well-loved by the most Cebuanos Read more
Most Filipinos love to eat chicken dishes especially the curry. The chicken curry is very popular dish during birthdays, wedding receptions, town fiestas, and other special occasions. But why would’ve wait for these occasions to happen instead we can serve this special dish anytime we want to. The cooking procedure of chicken curry is very much simple and their ingredients are also less expensive.
The Filipino-style chicken curry recipe is almost the same to any curries in the world. It’s their spices/seasonings probably made this curry more tasty and special to Read more
This dish is very typical to Filipino families because of its mouth-watering taste and lots of nutrients too which is very good to the body. They usually called it a Bistek Tagalog, or known as the Filipino version of Beef Steak. The cooking procedure of this recipe is not really so complicated and made easy to prepare. All you have to do Read more
Leche Flan considers one of the favorite desserts in the Philippines. It is a classic Filipino dessert that has many variants but the classic recipe only composes of egg yolk, sugar,milk, and vanilla extract. Most Pinoys tend to love this because of its natural sweetness and cream caramel enrich. Throughout the year, Leche Flan is always Read more
Ginataang Alimasag or also known as Crab in Coconut Milk is a very special dish for most Filipinos. The uniqueness of this dish has been already savored to everyone’s meal, once you’ve taste it; you cannot resist anymore the fineness of its favor. Aside from its mouth-watering taste, Ginataang Alimasag is also rich in iodine and other minerals that make it a very nutritious dish. It helps keep your family stay healthy but just be sure they have no any allergies reacting on it.
Sinigang na hipon or commonly known as Sour Shrimp Soup is a very famous dish in the Philippines. It has a very tempting taste that everyone must enjoy to eat. Tamarind or sampaloc is the main ingredient of this dish that gives its sour and unique taste. In traditional way, you still have to boil the tamarind in the water to get the sour taste but today, there are already several brands of instant tamarind mixes that will make sinigang easier and faster.