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Ginataang Native Chicken

Ginataang manok is ideally made with native chickens (traditionally raised in Filipino backyards). It is first sautéed with garlic, onion, and ginger (or turmeric) until lightly browned. Coconut milk is then added along with vegetables like green papaya (or chayote), leafy vegetables (including pechay, spinach, moringa leaves, etc.), and peppers (usually bell peppers or siling […]

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Easy Step to Make a Crispy Kang-kong(Spinach)

This Crispy Fried Kangkong, also known as Kangkong Crisp, is a beautiful crispy recipe for water spinach leaves. This simple, inexpensive, and incredibly tasty Filipino appetizer or snack is ideal for any gathering or celebration. This recipe is straightforward, yet simple but nutritious. It only requires a small amount of time and effort to produce […]

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Kare – Kare Sauce

Kare Kare is a type of Filipino stew with a rich and thick peanut sauce. It is a popular dish in the Philippines served during special occasions. The traditional recipe is composed of ox tail. There are instances wherein both ox tripe and tail are used. The vegetable components of the dish are string beans, […]

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Tipid Ulam (Menudo Hotdogs)

Menudo is the number one on the list of my comfort foods and it’s hard for me to last a month without trying one – literally. Some would say that I am addicted to this food while others would use the term “obsession”, I just simply look at it as a necessity – a basic […]

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Banana de leche (Negosyo Recipe)

A classic banana split is a combination of sweated banana, crushed ice, evaporated milk and served with leche flan. It was named as such because the banana is split in half and then the ice cream is nestled between the two pieces. You can tweak the original formula according to your tastes, using your favorite […]

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Pinoy Paella Recipes

Pinoy Seafood Paella is easy to prepare seafood dish using saffron-infused rice, chicken, sausage, and shellfish, paella is a hearty, mouthwatering dish that is sure to become a holiday staple. This rice dish with Spanish influences is simple to prepare in one pan and cooks in one pan! Ingredients ¼ kilo mussel (pre-cooked) 1 kilo […]

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Kabayan Pinoy Bread

Kababayan, which literally translates to fellow countryman, is Pinoy sweet muffin known for its golden brown exterior and distinct domed top shape. It got its name due to its resemblance to a salakot, a native straw hat Filipino farmers and townspeople wore when out and about. It’s a popular bakery item and traditionally enjoyed for […]

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