Recipe Category: Lunch/Dinner

Tortang Talong

Eggplant Omelette with Smoked Bangus (Tortang Talong)

This simple Filipino recipe take a few minutes that even an untrained cook can do it! Tortang talong or egg omelette is basically one whole eggplant that is charred, skinned and dipped in egg with fillings, and fried again until golden brown.

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Scrambled Eggs by Chris Urbano

Filipino Scrambled Eggs by Chris Urbano

Pinoy scrambled eggs paired with a hot pandesal and a steaming cup of kapeng barako, siguradong solb na ang umaga mo!

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Sinigang na Salmon sa Bayabas

Sinigang na Salmon sa Bayabas

This dish is just waiting to go global – and one of the few world class recipes that delivers that hard to find ‘sour / spicy’ combo.

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Traditional Pork Sinigang sa Sampaloc by Chris Urbano

Sinigang is a world class recipe waiting to be discovered globally!

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Traditional Filipino Vegetable Recipe (Pinakbet an Ilocano dish)

Pinakbet or Pakbet is one of the popular dishes that originated mostly in the provinces here in the Philippines.

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Tinolang Manok | Filipino Chicken Stew

Tinolang Manok is almost a complete dish as it consists of the broth, the meat and the vegetables. It is packed with nutrition and is often compared to the Western’s Chicken Soup.

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Special Escabeche Lapu Lapu by Chris Urbano

This Escabeche Filipino recipe is made by frying a whole fish of Lapu-lapu or Red grouper or any kind of meaty fish, and topping it with sweet and sour sauce with vegetables.

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Chickenjoy Food Hack (Kaligayahan ng Manok) by Chris Urbano

Fried Chicken always traces back with the Americans. It is known as one of their comfort foods.

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Pork Humba Special with Pineapple

Just like Adobo, Humba was made due to the need for the meat to last longer. Humba lasts for several days without spoiling due to the vinegar present and especially if it is immersed in oil.

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Unique Filipino Porkchop with Coleslaw by Maputing Cooking

Porkchop is a recipe that is perfect for lunch and goes well with rice. For a healthy twist, Chris pairs the porkchop with his version of mayonnaise-free coleslaw

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