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Arroz caldo, the Filipino-style congee

Arroz caldo, the Filipino-style congee by Rizza

It's as easy as chicken stock, rice and lotsa' spice.

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Homemade Nangka Jam

Homemade Nangka Jam by Joyce Yap

Nangka is a Cebuano term for jack fruit. This fruit has its own natural sugar, so you don't have to use a lot of sugar to enhance its taste.

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Beef Caldereta

Beef Caldereta by Alvin Sanchez

Traditionally, a lot of people prepare caldereta using goat meat, and offering it up for special occasions. But this recipe makes use of beef cuts, for easy enjoyment every day.

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My Grandmas Suman

My Grandmas Suman by daphne sy

Have you heard of “Suman sa Ibus” or “sticky rice in buri leaves’? Some people called it as rice cake. It’s made from glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk, and often steamed in banana leaves. It is served and wrapped in buli or buri palm (Corypha) leaves and usually eaten sprinkled with sugar. Here in the Philippines, Suman is a…

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Slow-cooked Sweet Soy Chicken

Slow-cooked Sweet Soy Chicken by Rene Astudillo

Chicken hamonado, as it is called in the Philippines, has nothing to do with ham, although it is cooked and tastes like baked sweet ham. I tend to like chicken that is prepared in a sweet sauce, especially when the meat is tender and almost melts in your mouth. So I thought of preparing my version of sweet soy chicken using a…

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My Grandmas Suman

My Grandmas Suman by daphne sy

Have you heard of “Suman sa Ibus” or “sticky rice in buri leaves’? Some people called it as rice cake. It’s made from glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk, and often steamed in banana leaves. It is served and wrapped in buli or buri palm (Corypha) leaves and usually eaten sprinkled with sugar. Here in the Philippines, Suman is a…

3 votes
3243 views