Ginataang Bagungon is one common dish in Iloilo. We locally call it bagungon. For this recipe, we will be using dried taro leaves from Shrimpylicious. The process is pretty straightforward. You might be spending some time in cutting the bottom part of bagungon. But it’s worth it.
Here’s one local Ilonggo dish that you might want to learn how to cook at home. This Ginataang Puso ng Saging with Munggo that I’d be sharing with you is my mother’s recipe. It’s quite simple, less expensive but definitely healthy.
Delish PH now has its Recipe Mo, Iluluto Ko series where we will be featuring some unique recipes from our followers. This recipe was shared with us by Phil Ancheta. And we’re glad to give it a try on Delish PH Kitchen. This recipe is called Baked Shredded Bangus with Togue. Ingredients: 1 bangus boiled and shredded1 tbsp soy sauce3
This is not your usual miswa sardines soup. We will try to create a different version of miswa sardines. This time, we’re going to cook it dry and delicious. Adding some vegetables on it to make it healthier.
Since it’s New Year, I wanted to create something new and different. I grew up as a Karay-a. So, I call this episode Karay-a cooking, since we will make one of the popular karay-a recipes. It is called “Kinilaw nga Balantiong nga May Gata”. It is basically raw fish, soaked and mixed with vinegar and other spices with coconut milk. It’s definitely mouth-watering and appetizing.
If you love tocino and bangus, this recipe is for you. You can enjoy your favorite tocino taste without the guilt. It’s very easy to prepare and definitely delicious.
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