If you are Ilonggo, you are definitely one of those people who are craving for this. Locally called Laswa, it’s a mixture of all kinds of vegetables. Adding shrimps to it will make even tastier. Very easy and very healthy recipe to prepare especially during this rainy season.
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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
This is definitely something new for everyone. Tried this recipe once and I realized it’s worth sharing. This Ham & Cheese Eggplant dish simply shows that we have a lot of things to do with eggplant. This is one healthy snack that you and your family can munch. Here’s how to cook Ham & Cheese Eggplant: Ingredients: 2 pcs. medium
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
If you’re an Ilonggo, you definitely know this one popular “kakanin”. Made of glutinous rice flour, coated with caramelized sugar. It’s something that you’ll crave for after your afternoon siesta. It’s time for you to know how to make one at home. And you’ll definitely know how easy it is to prepare this snack dessert recipe. Here’s how to make
No wonder bangus was named as the country’s national fish. It’s one delicious fish that can be cooked and prepared in so many ways. This time, we’ll prepare this one popular bangus dish that many of us love. Sinigang na Bangus comes in many versions. This one has taro and banana blossoms added. Here’s how to cook Sinigang na Bangus: