Recipe Category: Poultry

Filipino Spring Rolls: Lumpiang Shanghai Recipe

Filipino Fiestas can never be complete without a table full of Filipino Food and today’s recipe is one of the famous fiesta food here in the Philippines. Filipino Spring Rolls or Lumpiang Shanghai is an adaptation of the Chinese Egg Rolls or Spring Rolls. It’s easy to make lots of this and it’s very easy […]

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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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Annatto Infused Chicken Noodle Soup | Chicken Sotanghon Recipe

Chicken sotanghon is a delicious chicken noodle soup served as a comfort food, or when you’re feeling a bit under the weather. The use of vermicelli noodles, and atsuete or annatto seeds makes this dish an interesting one to make. Make this one at home, kabano!   Annatto Infused Chicken Noodle Soup | Chicken Sotanghon […]

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Arrozcaldo Recipe

Arrozcaldo or lugaw is the filipino adaptation of Chinese Congee. This dish is usually served as a comfort food for the ill or it can also be a breakfast food. This delicious arrozcaldo is topped with crispy garlic bits, onion leeks, and hard boiled egg. Try this easy recipe and make your own at home. […]

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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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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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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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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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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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