Do you know that you can actually make your own Bangus Sardines at home? You don’t have to settle on canned and processed sardines.
Holy week is coming. And since most of you are saying no to meat, here’s one good recipe that you can prepare at home.
It’s summer time. And you know what that means? Mangoes. And what goes well with mangoes? Bagoong. In Ilonggo, we call it “ginamos”. Bagoong alamang is very popular in the Visayas. Some even call it poor man’s corned beef. Thinking about green mangoes and bagoong will definitely make you drool. Here’s how to make Sweet and Spicy Bagoong: Ingredients: 250g
Who doesn’t love squid balls? We often buy them frozen. But it’s time for you to learn how to make them at home. It’s not as hard as you think it is. And you can make as many as you want, definitely cheaper than buying them frozen. Here’s how to make Homemade Squid Balls: Ingredients: 4 pcs large sized Squid
If you are an Ilonggo, you definitely one of those who are craving for this dish. Tambo with gata, crabs and shrimp will make you drool. Tambo, labong, bamboo shoots, whatever you call it, this is one dish that’s worth a try. The combination of shredded bamboo shoots, coconut milk, crabs and shrimps will make you crave for it even
There are so many adobo versions, and this adobong pusit (squid adobo) is one of them. And squid is one of the most popular and well-loved sea foods that many of us will say no to. Adobong pusit is very easy to prepare. To make it even more delicious, make sure to use the squid ink. Here’s how to cook