Ginisang Sardinas sa Upo (Sauteed Sardines with Bottle Gourd) is so simple and easy to make.
Chicken Sopas is a popular Filipino dish that is a comfort food for many families. It is a hearty soup made with shredded chicken, elbow macaroni, and vegetables in a creamy broth. This dish is typically served for breakfast or lunch and is a staple in Filipino households. The creamy broth of Chicken Sopas is …
How to make Ginisang Pusit using tomatoes and lemon juice.
The ultimate street food chicken feet prepared as Adobo.
Sinampalukang Manok is one of the sought-after Filipino chicken dishes that never gets old.
This savoury Filipino corn soup recipe is a delicious and healthy meal perfect for the cold weather to warm your heart.
Ginisang Ampalaya is a dish that has great health benefits, inexpensive and very simple to make.
Mackerel is a rich source of fatty acid omega 3 which is good for the heart. Adding coconut milk to the common Paksiw dish is an explosion of taste combined with this nutritious source of goodness.
Quick and easy homemade Ginisang Tokwa or Stir-Fried Vegetable with Tofu. It’s super easy to make and good for your health.
Ginisang – Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon is loaded with vegetables and tasty goodness. This will teach you how to make it.
This mussel dish will definitely not require flexing your muscles because it’s simple, quick and most importantly delicious. The steaming hot soup is perfect for the cold weather.
Can you handle the heat of this Spicy Hot Chicken Bicol Express recipe?
Jollibee-style Spaghetti is one of the all-time Filipino favourites. Learn how to make this sweet and cheesy delicious goodness.
Adding a Filipino twist on an Indian classic makes it super delicious. Ginataang Manok is an all-time favourite chicken recipe combined with the unique blend of spices and coconut milk.
The steamy, sour tamarind soup base makes sinigang the perfect dish when it’s cold outside or just feeling under the weather.
This recipe will teach you how to make Ginisang Sitaw at Giniling na Beef – Sautéed Green Beans and Ground Beef.
What’s the secret to a super crispy Crispy Pata?
Pinangat na Butterfish sa Kamatis or Butterfish cooked in broth and tomato is super simple to make yet so tasty and delicious.
Paksiw na Mackarel sa Gata is definitely one of my favourite mackarel dishes. Any dish with coconut milk is a winner to my tastebuds.
Ginisang Spanish-style Sardines with Spinach is a quick and easy to prepare dish.
Sinantomas is a pork stew slowly cooked in sauce until the meat falls off the bones.
This Giniling na Beef Menudo has richer and delicious flavour that will surely be a hit than a typical pork Menudo.
How can anyone resist this flavourful, spicy hot dish? Bicol Express, that is.
Sinigang na Buto Buto or Pork Bones Sinigang is enjoyed for its flavourful broth, paired with steamed rice for the ultimate rainy day comfort meal.
Spanish-style Gourmet Mackerel is a healthy dish, perfect for your healthy lifestyle.
Fish Escabeche using tilapia is one of my favourite Filipino fish dishes. It’s flavourful and delicious.
Using available ingredients, this Dinakdakan version tastes almost like its authentic counterpart.
Gising-Gising is super simple to make, healthy and affordable.
Pork Humba is the Visayan version of the traditional Filipino Adobo.
Serve it over steamed rice with a side of fish sauce, I guarantee you cannot resist this tasty and flavourful dish.
Kansi is a very popular Ilonggo dish that is comparable to sinigang. It’s very unique in a way that it uses jackfruit and its method of cooking allows the ingredients to release their full flavour that gives this dish a very unique character.
Spicy Adobo Squid is one of my favourite squid recipes. The sweet, sour-tangy taste will surely make you drool when you taste it.
Traditionally considered as a side dish for beer, Sisig has evolved into something that everyone loves. This version will super easy to make and will definitely be a hit.
Kare-Kare is one of my favourite Filipino dishes. This recipe will teach you how to make the crispy version of the well-loved traditional Kare-Kare.
Tofu Sisig is the “healthier” alternative to its traditional counterpart. It has less fat content because of the tofu. This Sisig variation is never to be missed.
Ampalaya or bitter melon has its bitter reputation, hence the name. Bitterness aside, this super food is packed with lots of nutrients. Ginisa or sauteed is just one of the many ways to prepare it that I’m sure you’ll love.
Popular as “beer food”, Tofu Dinakdakan is also the healthier version of its pork counterpart.
One of my favourite Filipino vegetable dishes, Ginataang Kalabasa at Sitaw with Hipon will never disappoint.