Pork Adobo is probably the most popular Pinoy Dish and it comes with different preparations. The most common way of cooking Adobo is by simply boiling the pork with soy sauce and vinegar and other ingredients until the fat comes out and the pork is tender.
Pasta Al Adobo Recipe from Chef Gen Capati
Pork Adobo is best paired with Rice or Pasta, YES Pasta!!! Checkout Chef Gen Capati’s recipe of Pasta Al Adobo.. Here it is:) (more…)
Dive into an entire buffet spread of ocean treasures prepared just the way you like it as Marriott Café brings Ocean’s Surf. Combining the finest of seafood and meat choices, it will surely stimulate another exciting weekend of gastronomic dinner with the whole family for only Php1750nett.
Hibachi river prawns with Thai herbs and red chili sauce
Loaded with irresistible line up of fresh starters on ice such as rock lobster, oysters, clams, shrimps, and seafood salad, it is bound to be a thrilling weekend feast. Gorge everything fresh or with exciting twist from the chefs to kick off the experience. Move on to the hot section and explore the finest seafood selections in all forms and sizes, blanched in sumptuous shell fish broth complemented with delectable dips and sauces. For pasta lovers, let the expert chefs whip up a tasty seafood pasta dish or satiate the palate with certified pasta recipes such as the stuffed ravioli with shrimps or homemade tortellini with tuna mousse. (more…)
Menudo has been a mainstay in any Filipino dinner table. This rich dish of cubed pork, liver, potatoes, with a tomato base comes in as many variations as there are ingredients available to the adventurous cook.
Well-known chef and culinary specialist, Chef Jill Sandique shares with us her two exceptional versions of Menudo, made more delicious with Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce, the world’s number one for over 165 years. Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce makes meat taste meatier. It has that unique flavor with the perfect tangy, sweet, spicy and sour combination. Just a tablespoon or so of Lea & Perrins makes the flavor of any meat dish come alive.
Everyday Menudo Recipe By Jill F. Sandique
500 grams pork kasim or pigue, washed and drained
250 grams pork liver, washed and drained
1½ teaspoons Lea and Perrins Worcestershire Sauce (more…)
Every Pinoy loves stewed pork just like how we love Adobo in our dinner table. Yesterday, Chef Jill Sandique shared her personal favorite Pork Spareribs with Paprika Tomato Sauce recipe at The Maya Kitchen cooking demo.
Pork Spareribs with Paprika Tomato Sauce Recipe
Chef Jill learned this recipe from their family cook, Carmen “Menchie” Sanchez during her teenage years. Menchie said that it her Lola Luisa’s daughter Clotilde or “Tita Tilding” recipe. This recipe, however, is a variation from the original, which uses pork chops. (more…)
My visits to Davao are not complete without a meal at the famous Lachi’s and as always, I always enjoy a slice of their famous Sans Rival. Two months ago in Davao, We got the chance to visit the restaurant during the DFAT 2010 event with fellow bloggers.
Breaded Tofu in Teriyaki Sauce
During that night, they prepared a dessert bar showcasing all the desserts that they have in the store. Aside from Sans rival, they also serve cheesecakes in different varieties like Cherry and Blueberry New York Style Cheesecake and Choco vanilla and sour cream but the Durian Cheesecake is definitely my favorite. If the scent of the actual Durian fruit is unpleasant for you then you have to try it in the cheesecake form. You will definitely love it!!! (more…)
Wanna try Lemon Chicken Boracay Style? Try eating Lemon Chicken at Ariels House – a restaurant located only few meters from the famous White Beach.
Best Lemon Chicken in the Island
One of the things I love about White Beach is the fact that you can find so much incredible food there. No matter what you are looking for, you can probably find it. Of course, if you know where to look you will find food that will nourish your body and give you the fondest memories of your trip. One of my newest discovery and now one of my favorite spots to grab a bite to eat is Ariel’s House located in Boracay Beach Club. (more…)
Beef Rendang is beef based dish which originated from Indonesia. It is now commonly eaten across various parts of the globe to welcome guests and is commonly available dish in Asian Restaurants.
Spicy Beef Rendang
Rendang is slowly cooked in coconut milk and spices for several hours in order to thicken the paste. This allows the meat to absorb spices in a uniform manner on the go. After boiling the meat is fried and the liquid is evaporated. Other garnishing is added to the dish in order to serve to the guests. (more…)