Simple and easy to prepare recipes
Bicol express is one of the favorites not only in Bicol but all over the Philippines. This is their classic dish that Bicolanos are well known for. Bicol express is a mixture of pork meat and shrimp paste (bagoong) cooked in coconut cream, of course.
Dinuguan is a favorite of Filipinos because it goes well with a hot steaming white rice or Philippine rice cake known as Puto
Kare-Kare or Philippine stew is one of the favorites from the long list of Filipino foods. It is usually prepared with peanut sauce with many vegetables, oxtail, offal and beef.
Squid is a popular food around the world. In various languages around the Mediterranean sea, squid are usually termed related to the Italian “calamari” (singular for “calamaro”)
The refrigerator cake is a very popular dessert. It’s quick, it’s easy, and doesn’t require the use of an oven.
Halang-halang, derived from the word meaning “spicy hot”, is a sought-after dish in the Visayas and Mindanao. It uses different types of chilies, such as siling espada or finger chili and siling labuyo or bird’s eye chili, as main ingredients. It is a great dish that you can serve at home on a regular basis with no muss, no fuss.
This taste might be peculiar to some but this distinct taste makes it unique and the new flavor makes it very Filipino.
A true “chocoholic” is always guilt-free. Often even before the pleasant experience has started, it is already ruined by the mentally counting of calories and converting it into miles on the treadmill or days of eating salads. Whoever started the idea that chocolate is profane totally ruined it for the rest of us. Chocolate is supposed to make people happy
Bangus (Milkfish) cooked in vinegar with vegetables, this is a dish that can keep well. Make ahead and serve with any meal.
Chicken Lollipop is one of the most famous dishes enjoyed by many. It is believed to be an appetizer dish. As a matter of fact not everybody knows that this delicious chicken dish is made from chicken wings.