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Leche flan (creme caramel) always evoke memories of town fiestas. Although the ingredients are just eggs, milk and sugar, it is always part of the array of special fiesta fare. I don't really know if you can make just one leche flan as the recipe alway
Recipe Ground Pork in Tomato Sauce and a Bunch of Awards

Ground Pork in Tomato Sauce and a Bunch of Awards

My pollen allergy is acting up and I'm still not feeling well, but the bunch of awards I received today from Manu of Manu's Menu is enough reason to do a Monday post and share this recipe with you. :) It's called Ground Pork in Tomato Sauce
Recipe Adobong Sitaw with Tofu

Adobong Sitaw with Tofu

When it comes to Filipino cuisine, I can say that adobo is the most versatile dish. You can cook adobo with almost anything...from seafood, poultry, pork and even vegetables. Adobong Sitaw ( String Beans Adobo ) is the most common veg
Recipe Rellenong Tahong (Stuffed Mussels)

Rellenong Tahong (Stuffed Mussels)

When I was blog hopping last week, my attention was caught by a recipe that I found on one of the blogs I recently discovered, Jenn Valmonte's " I Live To Eat ". Jenn is also a Filipina Foodie who shares her food trips and other related food articles o
Recipe Adobong Pusit (Sauteed Squid or Squid Adobo)

Adobong Pusit (Sauteed Squid or Squid Adobo)

As I have already stated here, Filipino ?adobo? with its countless variants and derivatives encompassing major meat commodities such as beef, pork and goat or mutton; poultry such as chicken, duck, geese and turkey; vegetables such as ?kangkong? or water
Recipe Chicken Afritada (Tomato Base Braised Chicken)

Chicken Afritada (Tomato Base Braised Chicken)

If there s one Filipino food I love that is tomato based, it s chicken afritada. It s a simple, comforting dish cooked by stewing chicken in a tomato based sauce. I absolutely love it. It has a nice savoury taste to it a bit sour, sweet and salty. Th
Recipe Spanish Style Sardines

Spanish Style Sardines

Spanish Style Sardines Spanish Style Sardines is a different variant of cooking sardines where fish is pressure cooked in oil, other methods known is cooking in brine or tomato sauce. This food item is known for its preserved or canned versions which
Recipe Cassava Cake

Cassava Cake

Cassava cake is another all-time favorite dessert in the Philippines. It is made from grated cassava which Filipinos call kamoteng kahoy or balanghoy . Desserts made from cassava are very popular because cassava is easily grown anywhere in the coun


My husband's birthday is between the 28th of February and the 1st of March this year. He is one of those unfortunately born on the 29th day of February, so his birthday is not an annual thing. He is not big on celebrations and would probably just forget h
Recipe Almond & Pandan Sapin-Sapin

Almond & Pandan Sapin-Sapin

I recently joined Food Frenzy , a community for foodies?and it is holding a St. Patrick?s Day contest. It?s so easy to join! If you are a registered member, you just have to post your favorite St. Patrick?s Day food on Food Frenzy website and you?re al
Recipe Ensaladang Labanos sa Alamang (White Radish & Tomato Salad in Shrimp Paste)

Ensaladang Labanos sa Alamang (White Radish & Tomato Salad in Shrimp Paste)

Simplicity brings out the best in anything. It is said to be the first step towards attaining great things. Quite startling still, simplicity sometimes provides us with the grandest form of excellence ??? of perfection ??? of sophistication. Indeed, there


Although the word fritada means fried or fry up in Spanish, the word afritada in the Philippine vernacular usually refers to a dish with a tomato based sauce. The meat or fish is fried before being added to the sauce. I made this dish for the Kulinarya Co


I was stumped by the Kulinarya Cooking Club's theme for this month. I am supposed to make something that I would like to have on my birthday. A seemingly simple task that should actually be easy as it can be anything. The problem is, I don't cook on my bi
Recipe Ginataang Manok (Chicken Cooked in Coconut Milk or ?Gata?)

Ginataang Manok (Chicken Cooked in Coconut Milk or ?Gata?)

There are culinary properties of chicken and coconut cream which when combined together in cookery will result to a rich, flavorful, sometimes oily, but nonetheless truly satisfying dish. This is so true in the case of ?ginataang manok? or chicken braised
Recipe Sinigang (Pork Stew in Tamarind)

Sinigang (Pork Stew in Tamarind)

I may not like ?sinigang? as much as my friends and colleagues do but since it is among the favorite foods of the majority in our group and part of the every day meal being served to us, I have already developed a moderate liking to the popular Filipino s
Recipe Bopis Garlic Fried Rice (Sinangag)

Bopis Garlic Fried Rice (Sinangag)

In the same passion of cooking adobo garlic fried rice , I have experimented with many other variations using different leftover meat; basically whatever is available in our kitchen. My latest trial is using some excess ?bopis? and it came out quite fi
Recipe Turon or Turron or Sagimis (Banana Fritters or Banana Spring Rolls)

Turon or Turron or Sagimis (Banana Fritters or Banana Spring Rolls)

The Philippine cuisine, in my opinion, is now an amalgamation of various international cuisines that were either introduced by early colonizers, liberators, traders and merchants, developed in response to the demand generated by tourism and international
Recipe Tortang Talong (Eggplant Omelet or Fritata)

Tortang Talong (Eggplant Omelet or Fritata)

Like the ?tortang alimasag? , another simple yet satisfying Filipino dish using egg and eggplant is ?tortang talong? or eggplant omelet or more appropriate, eggplant frittata. It is a very common course, usually for breakfast but goes very well as side d

Chicken Pancit (Filipino Noodles)

There are just those days where we don t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen to prepare dinner. And in fact, sometimes we re so lazy we don t even want to cook! So contrary to popular belief, just because we have this food blog doesn t mean we re c

Stir Fry Glass Noodle (Sotanghon)

I just love Asian style noodles. Whether it's chow mein, stir fried, crispy, noodles in soup, yakisoba, pancit, or in this case sotanghon, I can eat them anytime, any day. Sotanghon is a Filipino dish whose name originated from the Chinese word " tanghoon