Talaba (Steamed Oysters)

Talaba or Oysters have a soft flesh that can taste sweet, salty or even melon-like, depending on where they are harvested. These expensive treats can be eaten in various ways:

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Ginataang Munggo (Mung Bean Soup)

ethod #1 Ingredients: 2 tablespoons munggo, toasted in a skillet 1 cup coco cream 1 cup malagkit (glutinous rice) 5 cups coconut milk 1 cup sugar Procedure: Parch the munggo;

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Ginataang Tambo (Bamboo Shoot in Coconut Milk)

Tambo is the Ilonggo term for bamboo shoots while labong is the tagalog term. Sometimes the term tambo refers to the dish itself because tambo is the signature ingredient of this classic

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Sinabawan na Isda (Fish Soup)

his is like a Nilaga but with a different twist. This recipe is so easy to make. Ingredients and cooking procedure after the jump. Ingredients: * 1 kilo of Pork

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Kadios, Baboy, Lanka – KBL (Beans, pork, jackfruit)

he “Kadios” are black beans. If you’re not from Iloilo or the Visayas, you may not recognize this.  The “Langka” is jackfruit, raw and green, for the purpose of this

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Chicken Inasal (Chicken BBQ)

Preparation & marinating: 6 hours to overnight Estimated cooking time: 40 minutes Chicken Inasal Ingredients: 2 Chickens (free range if available) 3/4 cup Filipino vinegar 1/4 cup Garlic finely minced

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Adobo Ilonggo (Chicken and Pork Adobo)

Ilonggo Adobo is so very popular in the Philippines that every home has the mastery of cooking such a dish. Adobo makes everyone eat so much rice. It is a

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Guinamos Hipon (Shrimp Paste)

What is Ginamos? Ginamos or otherwise known as Bagoong or alamang is a fermented condiment made of minute shrimp or krill. These small crustaceans are cleaned in a brine solution

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Adobong Kambing (Goat Meat Adobo)

Adobong Kambing Recipe (Goat Adobo) is another way of cooking goat’s meat if you are bored with Kalderetang Kambing which requires a lot of spices and ingredients. Estimated cooking time:

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Balut (Broiled Duck Egg)

One of the many well-known Filipino food delicacies that can be found here only in the Philippines is called “balut”. A balut is a fertilized duck (or chicken) egg with

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