Here’s a perfect bicol express recipe for those don’t eat pork. This Chicken Bicol Express is simply delicious. It’s very easy to prepare and won’t require you to buy too many ingredients. You can prepare this in less than an hour.
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You wanted to bring your favorite seafood to a different level? You should give this Shrimps with Salted Egg a try. It’s definitely tastier and will make your taste buds crave for it more. It’s very easy and simple to cook. It would only take your 15-20 minutes to get it done.
Paksiw na tuyo? Yes, that’s right. We can make a delicious paksiw using tuyo. In Iloilo we call it tabagak nga uga. Since tuyo is readily available locally, I decided to try a different menu out of it. Not just the usual fried or grilled. You should give this a try. Even added okra to balance it out and to make it even more delicious.
Do you want to eat pork sisig but you also want to cut your fat intake? Then you should give this Tofu Sisig recipe a try. It’s definitely healthy, but will still give you that meaty sisig taste. You’ll have a guilt-free sisig in just minutes. You will never regret trying out this dish.
It’s time to learn how to make your own taho at home. You don’t have to wait for the vendor to shout “tahooo” just to satisfy your cravings. With this homemade version of taho, we will only be using soy milk and a bit of gelatin powder to recreate it. Although the actual process of making soya requires grinding of soy beans etc., this one requires less process and faster preparation.
No one would say no to this recipe. If you are from the Visayas, eating bisaya na manok (native chicken) is definitely not new to you. Unlike other variety of chicken, native chicken is known to be more flavorful and delicious. Here’s one recipe that you can prepare, and it’s in time for the rainy season. Here’s how to cook