Recipe Category: Lunch/Dinner

Pancit Canton Guisado Recipe

If you just came home from work and you’re hungry but you have nothing to eat, this recipe is for you! Pancit Canton Guisado is one of the Pancit variations here in the Philippines that is very easy to cook and it uses simple ingredients that you can find in your pantry. This dish uses […]

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Filipino Ginisang Monggo Recipe

Ginisang Monggo is a very simple dish that is easy to make at home. It’s ingredients are cheap but very healthy. This dish is the Philippines answer to lentil soup. Ginisang monggo is very mushy and the secret in doing this dish is to add a bit of different flavors in it. My version of […]

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Filipino Style Chicken Curry Recipe

Filipino Cuisine is a mixture of flavors and influences from different cultures. One of the interesting dishes that has an influence from other cultures is Chicken Curry. Curry is a well known dish in India because of its unique flavor especially with the use of turmeric powder that makes a good flavor to the dish. […]

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Adobong Pusit Recipe

You can ADOBO almost anything. You can choose from chicken, pork, or even kangkong but one of the simplest I’ve tried is Adobong Pusit. Adobong Pusit has darker color than most of the Adobo dishes because of the squid ink. But nevertheless, it’s still delicious! Try this recipe at home and let me know what […]

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“Killer” Bicol Express Recipe

Bicol is known for its spicy and gata/coconut milk dishes. One of the best gata based dishes they offer is Bicol Express. My recipe has lots of chili in it so prepare to have a burned tongue afterwards! (P.S you can always put more or less chili depending on how spicy you like your dish […]

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Easy-to-cook Bistek Tagalog Recipe

Every household here in the Philippines has their own version of Bistek Tagalog. This dish is simple, quick, and easy to make. Some tips that you can do for a savory bistek is to use thinly sliced beef. Marinade your beef for 2-4 hours or the best is to keep it inside your refrigerator overnight […]

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“Beaten” Chicken Stew | Pinikpikan Recipe

Pinikpikan is a dish originating from  Cordillera in Northern Luzon. Pinikpikan came from the word “Pik Pik” which means “to beat”. Being a controversial dish in the Philippines for it involves beating a live chicken, I was challenged by culinary students from SKD Academy  to make my version of pinikpikan. Just a reminder: NO CHICKENS […]

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Kare-Kare Recipe

Kare kare is a dish that filipinos love to eat. It tastes bland by itself but when you pair it with bagoong, the mixture of flavors makes this dish stand out. It is usually served during special occasions but you can make it yourself at home and eat it for lunch or dinner. This recipe […]

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Adobong Kangkong Recipe by Chris Urbano

Adobo is a well-known dish here in the Philippines. Tagalog speaking Australian chef Chris Urbano makes his own- vegetarian style. Try cooking this easy recipe of Adobong Kangkong at home. Adobong Kangkong Recipe   Save Print Prep time 5 mins Cook time 5 mins Total time 10 mins   A Vegetarian dish that is a […]

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Chop Suey with Quail Eggs & Squid Balls

It was once believed that the dish Chop Suey originated in America, made by the early Chinese Immigrants there. It came from the word “Tsap Seui” meaning Miscellaneous Leftovers. But some suggested that it is named chop suey because it’s “Chopped Sewage.”

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