Famous soup dish mostly composed of cow or goat innards. The name of this dish was derived from the Filipino word â€śPaitâ€ť, which means â€śbitterâ€ť. The bitter taste of this soup comes from the bile.
Very unusual dish. A savory stew of pork meat and offal (lungs, intestines, ears, heart and snout) simmered in rich spicy pig blood. Usually served with rice or Philippine rice cake called puto. It is messy but delicious.
It is a pork dish in several regions of the world, most specifically Spain and its former colonial possessions throughout the world. Lechon is a suckling pig being roasted. Though itâ€™s a popular food in other country as well, Philippine … Continue reading
This dish is originated from Pampangga which means â€śto snack something sour â€ś, it usually refers to unripe fruit sometimes dipped in salt and vinegar. Sisig is a laborious dish. It involves stages of cooking. This popular Filipino dish is … Continue reading
Tinapa is the Filipino term for fish cooked or preserved through the process of smoking. It is a native delicacy in the Philippines and is often made from milkfish, which is locally known as bangus.
A dessert known throughout the world it is commonly called crĂ¨me caramel or caramel custard. In Latin America it is called Dulce Leche, in Vietnam it is bĂˇnh caramel while in Japan it is known as purin. This dessert is … Continue reading
One of the popular dish in the Philippines. Originally it is a goat stew made with tomato sauce , spices, potatoes and bell peppers. The dish was adapted from Spanish which colonized Philippines for 300 years. Kalderta is a favourite … Continue reading
A Filipino Dish that is similar to stir-fried noodles which come from Malabon City. The yellow orange colored sauce, variety of seafood toppings and thick rice noodles makes it different. Coming from Malabon City which is located in a coastal … Continue reading
Is a Philippine stew made from peanut sauce. Some says that this dish was originated from Pampanga the land where the best cooks in the country come from. Others say that is the regal dishes of the Moro elite who … Continue reading