BARBECUE CHICKEN

Well, this is the last of my anniversary blog series on comfort foods but definitely not my last blog. Who is not a fan of the Barbecue Chicken? It is an all time favorite here!  I remember enjoying Aristocrat’s barbecue chicken with java rice and the place would be full of people waiting to seated. I still order it every […]

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PORK STIR FRY

This pork stir fry is so easy to prepare. I got the recipe from Panlasang Pinoy, but adjusted the measurements based on how much meat I used. Make sure to use pork tenderloin that is cut really thin so that it will be tender even if just stir fried. Sometimes, I add some water if the pork is kind of […]

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CRISPY FRIED CHICKEN

Here is a good recipe for Crispy Fried Chicken that you and your family will love. CRISPY FRIED CHICKEN 8 pieces chicken drumstick (or any chicken part you prefer) Flour 2 Eggs, beaten Japanese Breadcrumbs Salt and Pepper Canola Oil for frying Season the chicken well with salt and pepper. Put the flour, breadcrumbs in separate plates, and the beaten […]

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GINATAANG MAIS (COOKING VIDEO)

GINATAANG MAIS (Cooking Video) * Click on Ginataang Mais to view the cooking video 2 1/2 cups coconut milk (or 2 1/2 cans) 1 can whole corn kernels 3/4 cup glutnious rice (malagkit rice) 3-4 Tbsp Sugar or to taste Put the coconut milk in a pot, add the glutinous rice and let boil over medium heat, stirring occassionally. Let the rice cook until […]

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Bacalao ala Vizcaina (Cooking Bacalao Video)

I am reposting the recipe of the Bacalao ala Vizcaina, but this time through a video.  My daughter helped me put this video together, complete with music!  🙂 For the exact measurements of the Bacalao ala Vizcaina ingredients, please refer to the posted blog on said dish. Please click on this youtube link to watch the Cooking Bacalao video.  

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TURON (BANANA LUMPIA)

Turon (banana lumpia)  has always been a favorite Pinoy merienda (snack) treat. Not only is Turon healthy, it is quite affordable and easy to prepare and cook. In fact, it is a regular street food and in eateries and canteens near schools and even offices, the Turon (banana lumpia) is a main stay in their menus. Everybody loves Turon! I […]

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GINISANG MONGGO (Monggo Guisado)

It’s the Lenten season and fish and vegetables are recommended especially on Good Friday. Ginisang Monggo goes very well with fried fish. When we were kids, my Mom would boil some monggo for the Ginisang Monggo and reserve some plain boiled monggo for us to eat with sugar and milk. That was sooo good. I think I loved that monggo-milk […]

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PAKSIW NA BABOY

Paksiw na Baboy or Paksiw na Pata reminds me so much of childhood. I have always loved this dish because of the bulaklak ng puso ng saging (banana blossoms) and the sweet and sour taste of the sauce. Paksiw na baboy or pata with the bulaklak ng puso ng saging (banana blossoms) is more similar to the Adobong Baboy. Some […]

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