Sisig Taco by Senor Sisig

Senor Sisig Fusion Street Food Hosted by Guy Fieri Senor Sisig food truck impresses Guy with Filipino-Latin fusion flavors. Read more at: Food Network Ingredients: 1 kilo chicken fillet (Can be

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Adobo Buffalo Wings by Senor Sisig

Adobo-Glazed Buffalo Wings (03:43) Hosted by Guy Fieri An adobo glaze makes these buffalo wings a popular draw for Senor Sisig’s. Read more at: Food Network Ingredients Marinade: 3/4 cup

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Kogi Taco

Korean Style Tacos with Kogi BBQ Sauce Recipe This is a great way to use your leftover pulled pork or roasted chicken. The BBQ Sauce from Kogi BBQ was created

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Binagoongang Baboy – Pork Sauteed in Shrimp Paste

The idea of adding shrimp paste to a dish was brought to locals of the island of the Philippines by migrants and traders from the peninsulas in Southeast Asia –

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Chicharon – Fried Pork Rinds

In the Philippines, people eat fatty and salty food. There’s no other food that can be fatty and salty than the mystical Chicharon. Chicharon is now an acceptable variant term,

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Salmon Kilawin

Kilawin is a Filipino dish where the seafood is marinated in vinegar, a citrus fruit (calamansi in the Philippines), chili, onions, garlic, and like ceviche, is served without cooking since

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Roasted Turkey with Lemon Grass Stuffing

This is an Asian style of cooking the turkey Serving size: Serves 4 Cooking time: More than 2 hours INGREDIENTS Brine 250g sea salt 200g sugar 6 bay leaves 1

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Thanksgiving Roasted Turkey

Ingredients * 1 (14 to 16 pound) frozen young turkey For the brine: * 1 cup kosher salt* 1/2 cup light brown sugar* 1-gallon vegetable stock* 1 tablespoon black peppercorns*

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Sisi (Small Oysters)

Sisi is a small oyster and it is very rich in flavor compared to the bigger oysters. Although it’s hard to open these little shells, it’s worth the effort in

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Kasag (Steamed Blue Crabs)

STEAMED CRABS water 2 1/2 tablespoons OLD BAY seasoning cider vinegar 3 tablespoons salt The pot should have a raised rack, minimum 2″ high. Add equal quantities of water and

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