Karne prita is a beef dish that is very similar to tagalog bistek. It’s a marinated beef, cooked and topped with some onion rings. It’s definitely not a complicated dish to prepare but absolutely delicious.
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Locally call it bichokoy, others call it shakoy or local doughnut or twisted doughnut. The process of making it is very similar to that of a doughnut. They differ in shape and glaze. For this bichokoy recipe, we will be using margarine and sugar to coat. Knowing how to make this at home is such a great idea.
Craving for some delicious soups these days? Why don’t you try Iloilo’s favorite soup? Pancit molo. It has a huge history, but only one thing is for sure. It is worth a try. So instead of dining out just to satisfy your cravings, you can cook your own pancit molo at home. With this recipe, we will also be making our homemade molo balls rather than buying the frozen ones.
Halloween celebration is just around the corner. And we Filipinos are fond of preparing glutinous rice delicacies. That’s a long time tradition that we all are enjoying. In Iloilo, we have this popular delicacy, Suman Latik. It’s made of cooked glutinous rice topped with bukayo, wrapped in banana leaves. It’s time to learn this great Ilonggo recipe.
Love munggo? Well, this Pork Munggo recipe is perfect for you. Adding some coconut milk will make this dish even more tasty and delicious. Pair this with some fried meat or fish to complete your meal. And it’s absolutely easy to make. Here’s how to cook Pork Munggo: Ingredients: 250g Munggo Beans 500g Pork Belly 1 1/2 cup Coconut Milk
I’ve received a lot of request to prepare something healthy and delicious. So I decided to share this Linutik nga Kalabasa (Squash in Coconut Milk) recipe. It’s definitely healthy and your kids will surely love. Who doesn’t love squash? This is one guilt-free dish you can prepare. best paired with fried fish and rice. Here’s how to cook Linutik nga