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Filipino Poultry Recipe

Chicken Tinola Noodle Soup

For the previous more than 4 weeks now,  I’ve been cooking soup dishes most of the time because of my off-again-on-again relationship with my gut.  And having hot soups for lunch and supper is a tummy-relief for me.  The Husband always enjoys our soupy dinner a lot and I am not sure who is happier …

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ChickenTinola with Sayote and Malunggay leaves

Chicken tinola sayote and malunggay leaves or chicken ginger soup with chayote and moringga leaves. That’s the recipe i’m posting for today.  And I’ve been cooking chicken tinola for at least twice a week for the past few weeks because I need soupy dishes and I am just running out of ideas. When you have a gut …

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Adobong Atay at Balunbalunan ng Manok

You might have noticed that we’ve been  featuring Filipino recipes using organ meats as the main ingredients for the previous days, mostly were from oxen and cows.  That’s because organ meat dishes are our focus this week.  This adobo recipe uses meat organs as main ingredients, and this time from chicken.  There’s not much to say …

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Slow-cooked Tinolang Manok with Tanglad (lemon grass)

Filipinos are composed of many ethnic groups that are spread geographically among the 7,100 islands in the archipelago.  In this post I would not like to use the words “ethnic groups” or minorities as these words connotes discrimination which is not my intention.  Let me rephrase my introduction this way then.  Filipinos can be grouped …

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Chicken & Pork Lomi

I cooked this many months back last year, when I was still pregnant (through IVF) not because I was craving for Lomi but because I  just needed a change of menu since I got tired of eating the same nilaga, sinigang, and tinola soup dishes over and over and over again. It’s not that I wanted …

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Adobong Manok at Atay ng Manok (Chicken & Chicken Liver Adobo)

Our bunso (our youngest of 4) posted in her facebook and instagram accounts that she likes our sibling #3’s adobo best, my mami’s 2nd, and mine last.  When it comes to cooking specially with my siblings, I usually tend to be competitive. I want my dishes to be appreciated and loved by all 🙂 But then instead of arguing with …

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Chicken & Shrimp Shiomai

Look at my siomai.  It is S-I-O-M-A-O (pronounce it with a big voice with matching big eyes)  they’re large! and ugly looking heheheheThe Husband like this siomai in fact he brought some to their office to share with his colleagues.  BUT and a very big B-U-T I was not satisfied with the taste of my …

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Lechong Manok – Filipino Style Chicken Rotisserie

Lechong Manok is what Filipinos call rotisserie chicken.  The whole chicken is traditionally roasted over live charcoal.  It is one of those famous “street food” in the Philippines and to prove that, just roam around Metro Manila and nearby towns and cities and you can find restaurants and food stands selling lechong manok.  Each brand …

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Chicken Estofado in Pineapple Juice

It’s been several months now that my appetite has been eluding me and I’m stuck with my daily problem – “I don’t know what to cook coz I don’t know what I want to eat”.  I would stare at photos of food in our blog and some food blogs and yet my cravings would still …

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