Mongo beans are rich in minerals like calcium, iron and potassium. With very low fat content, mongo beans is good foir reducing weight. Here’s a delicious mongo beans recipe to try. Save Print Monggo Car-Car Style Ingredients 1¼ cup yellow or green monggo (mung bean) ¼ cup dried squid, sliced into matchsticks 1 tbsp pork … Read more
Here’s another paksiw recipe that you will really enjoy. Save Print Paksiw na Saluyot Ingredients 3 bundles saluyot leaves 1¾ tbsps. vinegar 1½ tsps. garlic, chopped and pounded 1½ tbsps. Bagoong balayan 3 tbsps. Water or stock salt and pepper Instructions Dissolve bagoong Balayan in water. Set aside. Heat pan with a little water and … Read more
Sauteed radish (or kilawin labanos in Filipino) is one of my favorite Philippine vegetable dishes. Its tinge of sourness reminds me of sinigang, without all the soup.
Try this delicious squash blossoms in coconut milk recipe, known in the Philippines as “guinataang bulaklak ng kalabasa”.
Chicken minus its skin is a healthy meat option. Most dishes served to the family include chicken. Cook up something new like this chicken cocido recipe. And just in case you’re wondering, cocido is Spanish for stew.
With all the news about colon cancers, we think of switching to vegetarian diets. Maybe we can try this dinengdeng recipe. This is an Ilocano recipe as vegetables abound in the backyards of the Ilocanos. Save Print Dinengdeng Ingredients 1 cup water 1 pc grilled fish, sliced 2 tbsps bagoong Balayan, strained 2 tbsps … Read more
Here’s our very own peanut sauce recipe for fresh lumpia. I especially love it with garlicky peanut dipping over the crepe.
Bicolanos are known for the vegetable dish “laing”. There’s “something” in the way they cook the dish that makes it all the more appetizing, aside from the chili pepper of course. It isn’t “itchy”. Here’s the secret to this delicious and nutritious vegetable dish without the itch…take it from a laing expert. 🙂 Save Print … Read more