Blog Archives for tag pork


Pinoy Sarciado

When I was a foreign student in distant past ,  my foreign classmates were always curious to know about my… Continue reading »


Spicy Sinigang (Tamarind Broth)

  **”May asim ka pa ba?” (Do you still have the peps?) Debating is healthy in maintaining balance in any… Continue reading »


Pork and Tofu Tausi

Filipinos are known  for having close family ties.  In our family for example to keep our bond alive : we… Continue reading »


Tocino (Filipino Pork Pineapple Bacon)

Filipinos love starting their day with a heavy meal in contrast to most europeans who take a rather light breakfast… Continue reading »


Lechon Kawali

Filipino food are always said to be high in calories.  And everytime I think of these sinful dishes I always… Continue reading »



One of the special delicacies Filipinos  love is empanada. It is a popular bread dish in most Latin countries like… Continue reading »

Roast Pork

Roast Pork

This is one of the recipe I always do when I have guests at home.  Requires small time preparation but… Continue reading »



Chinese influence in Filipino cooking is evident considering the popularity of noodle dishes, dimsums and dumplings.  Siomai is one of … Continue reading »

Adobong Ilonggo of Claudine Barretto

Claudine’s Adobong Ilonggo Ingredients: ½ kg chicken ½ kg pork liempo 1 tsp garlic, crushed 2 slices ginger, crushed 1… Continue reading »


Pancit Palabok (Pancit ng Malabon)

“Ang dami mo namang palabok” in other words you have so much blah, blah. Try this favorite dish of my… Continue reading »

Lechon with Apple Sauce

Lechon is undoubtedly a Filipino favorite dish for any special occasion. This recipe is a good alternative for the traditional… Continue reading »


Ginisang Munggo

This is my dad’s secret recipe. In Philippines it is common to eat ginisang munggo and paksiw na bangus on… Continue reading »


Kilawing Puso ng saging (Sautéed Banana Blossom)

Yesterday, on our cafeteria I ordered this dish of sautéed banana blossom it was really amazing.  I chatted with the… Continue reading »

Pork Pochero

Ingredients: 1 kilo of pork cut in serving pieces 1 can of tomato sauce 1 teaspoon of tomato paste half… Continue reading »


Nilagang Baka

Nilaga or Boiled is one of my favorite Sunday dishes my mom regularly cooks.  Sunday is usually considered a special… Continue reading »


Lechon Kawali

Ingredients: 1 to 2 kilos of pork (you can choose the shoulder or the leg part) 2 tablespoons of rock… Continue reading »


Pork Afritada

Resisting to tempation. There are three things I inherited from my dad: his hot-temperedness, his love for corny jokes and… Continue reading »

Sweet and Sour Pork

Ingredients: 1 kilo of pork loin slice them bite size pieces 1 egg half a cup of flour some cooking… Continue reading »


Tokwa’t Baboy

I still remember my last week’s conversation with a foreign friend while dining in a restaurant: “that I consider Filipinos… Continue reading »

Pork Sinigang

Ingredients: 1 kilo of pork cut in chunks (preferably with meat, fatty matters and some bones) 1 big onion quartered… Continue reading »


Pancit Canton

No birthdays or filipino family gathering is complete without a pancit on the table. A sign of longevity and strong… Continue reading »



If Ratatouile is to French Pinakbet is to Philippines. I think this is the all time favorite vegetable dish among… Continue reading »

Pork Barbeque

My friends swear that our neighbor’s Pork BBQ recipe is the best they ever tasted. PORK BARBEQUE 1kilo of pork… Continue reading »