Pork Binagoongan is probably one of the most popular pinoy recipe for pork. We know for a fact that pork is high in cholesterol but who cares? Most Filipino food tends to be high in fat and calories. But Yes! It’s a great tasting food even if it’s not exactly healthy. While reading the September edition of Yummy Magazine a couple of days ago, I saw this recipe and decided to cook it for lunch.:)
Pinoys Favorite Binagoongan
Pork Binagoongan sa Gata Recipe : Continue reading Pork Binagoongan sa Gata Recipe (Pork with Shrimp Paste and Coconut Milk)
Just like any Asian cuisine, Filipino light snacks and desserts are mostly rice based. Among all popular pinoy snacks, I especially love Palitaw where boiled flat rice cake is dipped in grated coconut served with refined sugar and toasted sesame seeds. Hmmm Yummy!
Ready to Serve Palitaw
Palitaw is made from “bigas na malagkit” (sticky rice) washed, soaked, and then ground. Palitaw is a tagalog term which means to float. Scoops of the batter are dropped into boiling water where they float to the surface as flat discs – an indication that they’re done.
Do you want to try making your own Palitaw? Heres How: Continue reading Palitaw Recipe
I saw this recipe in Food Magazine September 2008 edition and i found the instructions simple and the ingredients are easy to prepare too. If you are watching your calorie intake, this recipe may not be for you but hey! It’s good to indulge on this occasionally.
Tocino del Cielo
If you were not able to get a copy of the magazine, heres how you can make these tiny but sweet delights.
Serving Size : 6 Continue reading Tocino del Cielo Recipe
Kebab (also transliterated as kabab, kabob, kibob, kebhav, kephav) refers to a variety of meat dishes in Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, African, Central Asian, and South Asian cuisines, consisting of grilled or broiled meats on a skewer or stick. The most common kebabs include lamb and beef, although others use goat, chicken, fish, or shellfish.
Healthy Seafood Kebab
This seafood kebab recipe is perfect for beginners. It only requires very few and easy to find ingredients, but is bursting with flavor. Seafood kebabs are very easy to prepare and cook, but the taste will make your guests think you have working all day!
Ready to Grill
Grilled Seafood Kebabs Ingredients Continue reading Grilled Seafood Kebab with Cherry Tomatoes Recipe
Tahong is one of Bacoor’s major produce and one of the major sources of income for the town constituents. I first got the chance to taste it last week when we were invited to cover the first Bacood Festival in Bacoor Cavite.
Crispy Tahong Chips
I’ve never been a big fan of Tahong (mussels) but after tasting the tahong chips I guess I’m now converted. The popular crispy tahong chips are made of fresh mussels, flour, spices and salt. Tahong Chips taste like real tahong in crunchy chip form and is usually consumed as “pulutan”, snacks, and an excellent alternative for junk foods which kids may enjoy.
After fixing a huge serving of Digman Original Halo-Halo, we visited the Ocean Fresh Tahong Chips factory to checkout how these chips are made and, of course, to submit to another gustatory experience. Continue reading Ocean Fresh Tahong Chips : A delightful Snack
Last Friday, after covering the media launch of Bacood Festival in Bacoor Cavite, the organizer brought us in the Original Digman Halo Halo in Cavite which is blocks from the Bacoor Municipal Hall.
Original Digman Halo-Halo
Digman is actually a small baranggay in Bacoor that owes it’s popularity to its delicious halo halo. There are several restaurants who serve halo halo along the streets of Digman but we tried the Original Digman halo halo who surprisingly has made Digman Halo Halo a patented product since almost all of the restaurants serving Halo Halo in Digman are claiming to be THE original.
Halo Halo Ingredients
Halo-Halo is a famous Filipino dessert composed of shaved ice, evaporated or condensed milk and generally mixed with boiled red mung beans (black mongo), kidney beans, garbanzos, sugar palm fruit (kaong), coconut sport (macapuno), and plantains caramelized in sugar. Continue reading Sandosenang Halo at Digman Original Halo-Halo
Last weekend I was invited together with a group of Bloggers for a familiarization tour in a seaside residential property called Kawayan Cove. We were able to enjoy our visit at the Kawayan Cove dispite the rainy weather in Nasugbu. Although I was not able to take much landscape photos which is really my intention for joining the tour, I was not really that disappointed. Wanna Guess what made me happy? I think the answer is pretty much a give away!
Kawayan Cove Owners prepared a hearty Pinoy lunch for us right in front of the secluded Bamboo Beach. When I saw a lot of uncooked fresh sea foods in front of the beach house upon our arrival, I just told myself… the rain is perfect. Perfect time to pig-out specially with this kind of weather:)
Aside from freshly grilled tilapia, steamed crabs, grilled squid and shrimp kebab, they also served several authentic pinoy side dishes like sliced green mango with bagoong, ginisang kangkong, atsara (pickled green papaya) and salted egg with sliced tomato. Continue reading Delicious Pinoy Foods at Kawayan Cove