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Dinakdakan: Ox Tongue

I miss dinakdakan a lot.  Dinakdakan, is an authentic Ilocano appetizer and a famous pulutan (beer/alcohol drink companion) that is made of boiled or grilled meat and is mixed with animal brain or / and mayonnaise. And since I cannot eat pork and lately, I found out that I can down a few bites of beef …

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Dinengdeng nga Saluyot ken Prinito nga Bangus

I will let you in in the world of Ilocanos.  Our world. We Ilocanos love our meat and fish but we love our vegetables more.  Vegetable dishes is often present in any meal time of the day and they are often boiled and dipped in bagoong (fermented fish sauce) or cooked in it. One distinction for us …

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Lauya nga Pato (Boiled Duck Soup)

What I am about to post is a simple yet tasty duck recipe.  I am sure, some or even most of you might find it rustic, or worst, gross, BUT that’s the rural way of life in the provinces. Probinsyanos and probinsyanas (that’s how Manileno’s call peoplefrom the provinces) like us Ilocanos, prefer to “kill” …

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Filipino Blood Stew : Duck Meat & Innards (Dinardaraan / Dinuguan)

I have posted the recipe of the lauya nga pato earlier on.  What I am about to post is the blood stew or dinardaraan dish that my brother-in-law Richard cooked.  He used the blood and the innards from the same duck he butchered and cooked for the lauya nga pato.   There are many ways of …

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Lauya nga Luppo ti Baka ken Nateng (Beef Trotters & Vegetable Soup)

One of my favorite meat soup serve by those food hawkers in Singapore is the ABC soup.  ABC soup is a Chinese pork rib soup which is call “luo song tang”.  That’s the dish I had in mind when I was cooking this lauya nga luppo ti baka ken nateng (Beef Trotters & Vegetable Soup) …

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Kinilaw na Kingfish

KINILAW – when you’re a Filipino, Ilocano, Tagalog, Igorot, or those from any minority group alike, the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word kinilaw is that it involves raw meat soaked in spicy vinegar.  This dish too is a favorite pulutan or an appetizer that is eaten with cold beers …

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Inabraw nga Saluyot, Parya ken Tarong nga Sinagpawan ti Lames

My husband requested that we eat healthier for the next few days that’s why I decided to cook this inabraw.  Dinengdeng / inabraw is an Ilocano dish that consist mostly of any vegetables available (eggplants, bittergourd, string beans, french beans, any leafy vegetables, lady finger, any rootcrops) cooked in either bagoong (fermented fish) or patis …

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