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Paksiw na Tuyo with Okra

Paksiw na Tuyo with Okra

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.


Pork Pata Asado

Pork Pata Asado

Do you find pork asado siopao delicious? Then you might want to try this Pork Pata Asado recipe. We will incorporate that asado flavor to a pork pata, making it one delicious pork recipe. The process is quite simple and you wouldn’t be needing many ingredients to get it done.


Pork Ginataan with Kalabasa at Sitaw

Here’s one delicious and healthy recipe you can try at home. The combination of pork, kalabasa and sitaw with coconut milk will give the best flavors on your mouth. This dish is quite simple to make. Make sure to pan fry the pork first so it’ll caramelize and will make this dish absolutely delicious.


Small Shrimps Fritters (Tortang Alamang)

Tortang Alamang

Here’s one torta recipe that you’ve surely missed. Shrimp fry or small shrimps is not available all-year round, it’s seasonal. So the moment that you see one in the market, buy it. And make them into a delicious and crispy tortang alamang and get your vinegar dip ready!


Igado Recipe

Igado

Received a lot of requests to prepare Igado recipe. Igado is an original Ilocano dish which is a combination of pork tenderloin and pork liver. Adding some spices such as bell peppers and bay leaves with soy sauce. So the mix of flavors make it one delicious dish to prepare at any occasion. Here’s how to cook Igado: Ingredients: 500g


Easy Turon Recipe

turon recipe

Looking for some delicious and healthy snacks for your family? You definitely want this turon recipe a try. Turon is one popular snack in the country. Very easy since you’ll only need few ingredients to get it done. Here’s how to cook turon: Ingredients: 6 pcs Banana (saba) (cut into strips) 3/4 cups Brown Sugar Lumpia Wrapper Cooking Oil (3