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Easy, Lemony Chicken Inasal

Chicken Inasal is now big in the Philippines. This is a popular chicken grill that originated from Bacolod in Iloilo region. This dish left a good imprint in my food memory for the first time I tried it when I was a kid. I can ...

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Pancit Malabon

Pancit Malabon is a native Filipino noodle dish using tubular rice noodles with shrimp-base thick sauce, just like palabok or luglog, and with generous garnishing of pork crackling and seafood such as shrimp...

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Fried Fish Twist: Sarciado

Fish sarciado is a typical Filipino dish which is directly translated as fish with sauce. The fish is usually fried first and then simmered in sauce that is made of fresh tomatoes and eggs. However, I do mine ...

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Pancit Canton

There are only 3 Filipino noodles dishes that are being rotated every time there is a special occasion in my family back home in Manila; it’s either Filipino-style sweet spaghetti, pancit bihon or pancit...

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Pritong Chicken Adobo

It could be interesting to know how many versions of Filipino adobo exist currently. There are only a few ingredients used in adobo but there are countless twists and turns that you can do ...

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Pinoy-Style Fried Chicken

This is no Jollibee or KFC. But in some hidden corner of my mind, I remember my grandmother putting vinegar to chicken before frying them. I asked some elderly Pinoys as well and they affirmed that this is pretty common. Vinegar ...

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Pork Binagoongan

(Chicago) - This is one hell of a Filipino dish that makes me want to eat 5 cups of rice in one meal. “Binagoongan” is a shrimp paste dish with lots of meat and usually made super spicy. Some people like it with lesser meat but more ...

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Sushi All I Can – Yes I Can

(Chicago) - Give me sushi and sake, I’m in paradise; make it unlimited, I’m in heaven. Most of the all-you-can sushi places here are just mass producing sushi crap, as in very bad. But Shiroi Hana in Wriggleyville in Chicago serves ...

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Bloody Good Dinuguan

Dinuguan is a popular stew dish in the Philippines made up of pork blood, pork meat, some offals (liver, intestines, etc) and vinegar.

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Ube Pandesal

What's for breakfast? Warm ube (purple yam) pandesal with peanut butter.

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