Mitsado is a braised beef dish originating from the Philippines inspired by culinary methods of Spain, which it was a former colony of. Soy sauce and calamondin fruits are key ingredients to the braising liquid.
Bistek or bistec is a Spanish loan word derived from the English words "beef steak" abbreviated
Kaldereta or caldereta is a goat meat stew from the Philippines. Variations of the dish use beef, chicken or pork. Commonly the goat meat is stewed with vegetables and a liver paste. Vegetables may include tomatoes, potatoes, olives, bell peppers and hot peppers; kaldereta sometimes includes tomato sauce
Afritada is a Filipino dish consisting of chicken, beef, or pork braised in tomato sauce with carrots, potatoes, and red and green bell peppers. It is served on white rice and is a common everyday Filipino meal. It can also be used to cook seafood
Chicken inasal, commonly known simply as inasal, is a Filipino variant of lechon manok, marinated in a mixture of calamansi, pepper, coconut vinegar and annatto, then grilled over hot coals while basted with the marinade. It is served with rice, calamansi, soy sauce, chicken oil and vinegar.
Piccata refers to the noodles in a dish served in the “piccata” style, particularly chicken, where the noodles, typically spaghetti or angel hair, are served in a sauce containing lemon juice, butter, and capers
Hamonado is a Filipino dish consisting of meat marinated and cooked in a sweet pineapple sauce. It is a popular dish during Christmas in Philippine regions where pineapples are commonly grown. Hamonado is also a general term for savory dishes marinated or cooked with pineapple in the Philippines
Pork Humba is a delicious Visayan version of adobo with pork belly, pineapples, black beans, and dried banana blossoms. It's so easy to make and is sure to be a family favorite
Puchero is a type of stew originally from Spain, prepared in Yucatán, Mexico, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Perú, south of Brazil, the Philippines, and Spain, specifically the autonomous communities of Andalusia and the Canary Islands. The name comes from the Spanish word "puchero" which means "stewpot".
Filipino Pork Barbecue made of pork slices marinated in a sweet BBQ sauce and skewered in bamboo sticks. Sweet, salty, and slightly spicy, these Filipino-style kebabs are seriously addictive!
Sopas is a Filipino macaroni soup made with elbow macaroni, various vegetables, and meat, in a creamy broth with evaporated milk. It is regarded as a comfort food in the Philippines and is typically eaten during breakfast, cold weather, or served to sick people.
Comforting bowl of milkfish (bangus) soup is a local favorite! This popular Filipino soup recipe will surely satisfy your hunger. Plus, this soup dish is packed with nutrients from its main ingredients.
Pancit Molo or Filipino pork dumpling soup is a type of soup using wonton wrappers which originated from Molo district in Iloilo City. It consists of a mixture of ground pork wrapped in molo or wonton wrapper, shredded chicken meat, and also shrimps
This meatball-and-noodle soup is a comforting Filipino soup dish. Made with misua (fine rice noodles), pork meatballs, and vegetables, this dish has many variations: some add grated carrots to the soup for texture and garnish it with leeks.
Binakol, also spelled binakoe, is a Filipino chicken soup made from chicken cooked in coconut water with grated coconut, green papaya, leafy vegetables, garlic, onion, ginger, lemongrass, and patis. It can also be spiced with chilis. Binakol can also be cooked with other kinds of meat or seafood
A Waldorf salad is a fruit and nut salad generally made of fresh celery, apples, walnuts, and grapes, dressed in mayonnaise, and traditionally served on a bed of lettuce as an appetizer or a light meal. The apples, celery, and grapes can all be green, which harmonizes the color palette of the dish
Ambrosia is an American variety of fruit salad. Most ambrosia recipes contain: canned or fresh pineapple, canned mandarin orange slices or fresh orange sections, miniature marshmallows, and coconut
Pancit Luglog is Filipino noodle dish similar to that of Pancit Palabok. The main difference is the type of noodles used and the Pancit Luglog is the more saucy dish between the two. Pancit Lulog uses thick rice noodles and is typically served with sliced pork on top to give a meatier flavor to the dish.
Rice vermicelli are a thin form of rice noodles. They are sometimes referred to as rice noodles or rice sticks, but they should not be confused with cellophane noodles, a different Asian type of vermicelli made from mung bean starch or rice starch rather than rice grains itself.
Pancit Canton loaded with meat, seafood, and vegetables is perfect for family dinners or special occasions. This Filipino-style stir-fried noodle dish is hearty, tasty and sure to be a crowd favorite!
Penne alla vodka is a pasta dish made with vodka and penne pasta, usually made with heavy cream, crushed tomatoes, onions, and sometimes sausage, pancetta or peas. The recipe became very popular in Italy and in the United States around the 1980s, when it was also offered to discotheque customers.
This lasagna bolognese is the ultimate comfort food. Meaty sauce, whole wheat lasagna noodles, creamy bechamel and grated cheese come together to create the most perfect slice of lasagna heaven!
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