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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Tinolang Tugac Recipe

A lot of people are afraid of frogs because of the way it looks and its slimy texture. However, frog's meat is cooked and eaten by a lot of people in the Philippines. When you take a look at its meat, it is quite yellowish and looks just like chicken. More than that, the meat is also quite delicious and contains lots of nutrients that can provide a wide array of benefits to your health.

Frog's meat is usually cooked as fried, adobo, sinampalukan or as betute. Given the fact that this type of meat is very much like chicken meat, Filipinos have discovered newer ways on how to cook this meat. In this article, you will be able to know how to cook frog's legs the Filipino way -- as a tinola or ginger stew.

Tinolang Tugac In A Bowl

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Pancit Batil Patong: The North's Finest

Pancit Batil Patong Recipe

There are different varieties of pancit or noodle dish all over the Philippines. If Japan has their Ramen, then the Philippines have their pancit. If you have not yet been in Tuguegarao (Northern Luzon), then you may not yet heard of their famous noodle dish called the Pancit Batil Patong.

This pancit is made up of miki bihon (freshly made), some beef slices and eggs on top. It is eaten with a drop egg soup that anyone will surely love. This meal is quite filling and can certainly help you feel full for a long period of time. If you wish to have a taste of the north, here is a simple recipe to try.

Pancit Batil Patong Recipe


Thursday, October 2, 2014

Kangkong Pasta With Meatballs Recipe

Here's another recipe of celebrity Chef Boy Logro that you may find interesting. This recipe includes kangkong or water spinach as the main ingredient.

It might sound and look odd to add kangkong or water spinach at your pasta but trust me, the result (taste of the food) is awesomely delicious. Try it today!

Kangkong Pasta With Meatballs Recipe By Chef Boy Logro

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Garlic Longganisa Recipe

Here's a recipe that every Filipino will surely love. A longganisa recipe with a twist. Perfect for breakfast paired with fried or garlic rice and hot coffee. Very easy to make.

See Also Skinless Longganisa Recipe

Garlic Longganisa Filipino Food

Monday, September 29, 2014

Delicious Binangol (Binagol) Recipe

The Philippines is rich in native delicacies that both tourists and locals alike will surely like. Filipinos love to eat something sweet and filling for merienda (snacks time) or as panghimagas (desserts). One type of delicacy that is highly recommended is binagol or also usually called binangol. This delicacy originated from Visayas and is is made from either taro tubers or grated gabi mixed with condensed milk . Afterwards, it is cooked inside coconut shells then serves wrapped in banana leaves (wrapping the Filipino way!). Before, this delicacy can be found are usually made only in Leyte, Tacloban. However, this is now sold in various malls in the Visayan region.

Binangol (Binagol) Recipe

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Healthful Sweet And Sour Fish Recipe

Here's a dish called Piña-Level Up Sweet N' Sour Fish that you can easily cook at home. This is originally posted at delmonteph.com and I decided to share it here because it's really delicious plus truly healthful. This  sweet and sour recipe uses more pineapple tidbits that adds taste and flavor. According to their website, it has 7 times more fiber than your usual fried fish.

If you wanted to try and cook something new, this recipe is truly right for you!

Healthful Sweet and Sour Fish On A Plate


Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Quick And Easy Sinaing na Tulingan sa Mangga (Mackerel Tuna Cooked With Green Mango) Recipe

Here's a quick and easy fish recipe from celebrity chef Boy Logro. This recipe will only take 3 easy steps to complete. So if you are in a hurry or you wanted to cook something good in quick easy steps, this is definitely the recipe for you!