Ginataang Langka (Green Jackfruit Curry) with chicken or Dried Anchovies (Dilis)
Puto Maya is one of the most well-loved delicacy in the Philippines. It's great for breakfast or as an afternoon snack. But you can try this recipe if you want to know how to cook Puto Maya without using a steamer or a putohan, you can just use your friendly rice-cooker and make this sweet and rich treat anytime at home.
Cebu's Original "Chorizo de Cebu" - Sweet, Spicy, Savoury, Garlicky, Tender Juicy, Seasoned to Perfection, Now Available in Auckland.
Filipino meatloaf featuring ingredients that appeared in the Philippines during the American occupation. The origin of Filipino Style Embutido can be traced when Spain colonized the Philippines for three and a half centuries beginning in the middle of the 15th century. During that time, the Spaniards introduced different recipes of their sausages such as Chorizo, Longaniza, and Embutido. It's for this reason why Embutido is regarded as a generic term for sausages in the Spanish language.
Have you thought of what to do on your leftover pork chicharon (pork crackling) that is not crispy anymore and so hard to chew? Why not reinvent it and make into a preserved bottled food that you can store for more days, or you can use as "sahog" to any recipe anytime. Try these unique but goody bottled meal.
Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene). They are also a very good source of vitamin C, manganese, copper, pantothenic acid and vitamin B6. Additionally, they are a good source of potassium, dietary fiber, niacin, vitamin B1, vitamin B2 and phosphorus.
Prawn Wonton Soup