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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Dinuguan with Puto (Pork dark soup with rice cake)

One Friday evening my friends and I decided to have dinner at Jologs at the Lucky Plaza. I find it to be a clean, cozy restaurant that serves food for

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Bopis (Diced Pork Lungs and Heart)

Bopis is originally a spicy Spanish dish adapted by Filipinos. Its main ingredients include pork lungs and heart sauteed in herbs and spices. Cooking time is around fifteen minutes so

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Spicy Garlic Ginger Shrimp

A delicious spicy stir-fry. If you like it hotter, stir in some sambal oelek (chile paste) to your dish at the end. Goes great with rice or noodles. SERVES 4

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Beef Salpicao (Stir-fried Garlic Beef)

This is a Filipino recipe and whenever I bring this for lunch at work, my officemates can’t help but try it. The beef is tender and juicy with a buttery

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Crispy Pata (Crispy Pork Leg)

It’s just deep-fried pork leg, how can that be so hard to cook? Nothing difficult about cooking crispy pata. But one can have good crispy pata or terrible crispy pata.

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Kinilaw na Isda(Spicy Tuna Salad)

The key to a superb kinilaw, in my opinion having a fresh fish, good native coconut vinegar, tomatoes, onions, ginger, salt, coconut milk (if using), chillies and a citrus source

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Sizzling Sisig (Sizzling Spicy Pork)

Sisig is a Kapampangan term that means “to snack on something sour”. It usually refers to fruits, often unripe or half-ripe, sometimes dipped in salt and vinegar. It also refers

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