Tag: ilonggo recipes

Stir Fry Pork with Oyster Sauce

Stir Fry Pork with Oyster Sauce

I know you all wanted to learn easy and fast recipes to prepare. This Stir Fry Pork with Oyster Sauce then should be added on your list. Doesn’t require too many ingredients and the process is just so simple. You can even prepare it in the morning and prepare a delicious packed-lunch for your family. Here’s how to cook Stir


Cassava Cake

cassava cake

Since I’ve received tons of request for me to prepare this recipe, here it is. Cassava cake is one delicious local dessert recipe made from cassava or kamoteng kahoy. It may require some work when grating but it should be worth it. A hot cup of coffee with a slice of cassava cake in a rainy afternoon will seal the deal.


Taro in Coconut Milk Dessert

Taro in Coconut Milk Dessert

Do you know that taro or gabi tastes so good when paired with sago, young coconut meat and coconut milk? You will definitely love this dessert recipe. Making¬†Taro in Coconut Milk Dessert doesn’t take much of your time, cheaper and absolutely taste delicious. You can chill it before eating if you want it cold.


Sinigang na Bangus

Sinigang na Bangus

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:


Chicken Pochero (Ilonggo Version)

If you are an Ilonggo, then you are so familiar with this dish. But if not, I know what you first question is, why it doesn’t have tomato sauce? This is the Chicken Pochero of the Ilonggos. We don’t put tomato sauce on any of our pochero dish, may it pork, beef or chicken. If this new to you, I