Dinuguan Dinuguan, came from a Filipino word "dugo" which means, "Blood". In English, is called Pork Blood Stew or Blood Pudding Stew. Is is made either from pork or chicken meat. Dinuguan is served with rice and the famous Philippine Rice Cake or "Puto".
TAPSILOG a Filipino term for a breakfast meal composed of tapa (marinated sweet beef), sinangag (garlic fried rice), and itlog (fried egg).
Ham And Vegetable Strata
Dinuguan - Filipino savory stew of blood and meat simmered in a rich, spicy gravy of pig blood, garlic, chili and vinegar.
Have you tried this Ilocano dish before?
Filipino Chicken Adobo
Filipino Chicken Adobo adapted from Low Crab Yum
Pork Tocino or simply tocino is a cured meat product native to the Philippines. It is usually made out of pork and is similar to ham and bacon although beef and chicken can sometimes be used as alternatives.
Kalderetang Baka ( Beef Caldereta ) try for sure
or we also call it 'chocolate meat' for the 'Kanos' as in Americanos. Hey don't knock it till you try it. I dare you.
Mochachocolata-Rita: Steamed Pork with Black Beans and Garlic - Hong Kong Style, My Mom in Law's Recipe
My Binondo Chicken
one of my favorite Filipino foods
Adobong Baboy na Tuyo (Dry Filipino Pork Adobo)
Ingredients: kg of pork liempo, cut into square 3 tbsp. of minced garlic ½ cup of soy sauce ¼ cup of vinegar cup of water 2 pcs. of white sugar (optional) Continue reading Adobong Baboy na Tuyo Recipe→
Filipino Pork Menudo (substitute raisins for chickpeas or pineapple bits)
Baked Beans with Pineapple and Bacon
Family Recipe: Baked Beans with Pineapple & Bacon _ Recipes from The Kitchn _ A family recipe is important, even if we don't remember all the parts, because each attempt at its re-creation keeps us connected to the people who helped shape us.
i want to cook this, this weekend.
Crispy Dinuguan/crispy pork dinuguan Recipe by Jessica