Philippine Cuisine, Filipino Cuisine, Filipino Food Recipes
Sisig is a Kapampangan term which means “to snack with something sour.” Through the years, it evolved to what it is today, but back in the old days, it was a salad which includes green fruits with salt, pepper, garlic, and vinegar. Then, it progressed into “Sisig Matua” or “kilawin baboy” of the Tagalogs. - visit www.philippinecuisine.net for more.
"CHICKEN BISTEK" - 3 pounds chicken (legs, thighs or whole) cut up into serving parts - 1 medium onion, peeled and sliced - 4 to 5 cloves garlic, peeled and minced - 3 to 4 peppercorns, cracked - juice of 2 lemons - ¼ cup soy sauce - 1 tablespoon oil - 1 cup water - 2 tablespoons liver spread - salt to taste visit www.philippinecuisine.net for more.
The meat is marinated in lemongrass, calamansi, salt, pepper and garlic and brushed with achuete (annatto seeds) oil. Every part of the chicken is grilled here from the paa (drumstick), pecho (breast), baticulon (gizzard), atay (liver), pakpak (wings) and corazon (heart). It must be eaten with a generous serving of garlic rice, with some of the orange oil used to marinade the chicken poured over the rice. #ChickenInasal #FilipinoFood #FilipinoDish
Who said noodles is only for Korean, Japanese or Chinese #cuisines? Because of foreign influence, #Filipinos created their own type of noodle — the #Batchoy which is one of the few kinds of noodles that you can buy just about anywhere. A mixture of pork innards, vegetables, egg in a special broth makes it special. Adding crushed bits of #chicharon (pork crackling) is another eating wonder. visit www.philippinecuisine.net for more.
Looking for an appetizer that can double as a viand? The merry mix of fried tokwa (tofu) and baboy (pork ears and skin) is another delicious treat. Added with scallions, white onions and red chili peppers, together with soy sauce and vinegar and a savory appetizer or viand is on your way. Get your business listed here, contact us now! www.philippinecuisine.net
Gising literally means “wake up” in English. While no one can say for sure if that’s the reason why this delectably spicy dish was so named, your senses are sure to jolt awake with the flavor. Gising-gising is a blend of spicy hot greens with ground pork, all steeped in creamy coconut milk and enhanced with a dash of bagoong (shrimp paste). visit www.philippinecuisine.net for more.
Congee is a thick porridge made of rice that is mostly disintegrated, after prolonged cooking in water. In Philippine cuisine, there are two kinds – lugaw and arroz caldo. The former has a texture similar to Cantonese-style congee, only the rice still retains its shape so the resulting gruel is thicker while the latter is practically the same dish, but adapted to Spanish tastes. visit www.philippinecuisine.net for more.
Depending on the bakery, it ranges from small bite-size pieces to large knuckle-size breads. For a large number of people, pandesal with egg, margarine and hot coffee is a complete Philippine cuisine breakfast. This is especially true for people on the go. #Pandesal #FilipinoBread #FilipinoFood
This is one confusing treat — its name suggests it came from Spain but in truth, it has nothing with Spain. Spanish bread looks like a longer version of pandesal with breadcrumbs on its exterior. What makes this special compared to others is its sweet filling. Usually made from butter, margarine and sugar, it is a sweet snack perfect for morning and afternoon coffee breaks. Advertise with us! www.philippinecuisine.net
Filipino bread cannot escape its Spanish origin. Apart from pandesal, another variety has the Iberian flavor mixed and adjusted to local palate. The original recipe started in Majorca, Spain, ensaymada is now a genuine Pinoy bread. Advertise with us! www.philippinecuisine.net
Who wants a drink and a dessert at the same time? If you want the best of both worlds, then go for the delicious buko pandan. The dessert version is mixed with nata de coco, pandan extract, kaong (sugar palm), shredded coconut and condensed milk. Chill for a few hours and this cold sweet treat is all yours. Be seen online, contact us now! www.philippinecuisine.net
Ice, milk, a dash of sugar and ice cream; mixed together, it can create a cold and creamy drink that can cool down even the hottest of days. Don’t forget to add la frutilla (strawberry) – its sweet-sour taste will give you a zest. Be seen online, contact us now! www.philippinecuisine.net