This dish was derived from a Philippine region (Bicol) wherein coconuts are abundant and the use of chilies is emphasized in most local meals. ... Thus, Bicol Express was born. This dish is for the brave who would dare to take one of the hottest dishes in the Philippines.
Beef, vegetables, garlic, onions, chilly, chilly flakes, coconut milk, fish sauce
Silogs are definitely a very popular Filipino breakfast, crispy fried marinated milkfish with a side of crunchy vegetables.Daing silog is a type of meal with fish paired with garlic fried rice and egg. This dish has its own category because it is usually a meal with either meat or fish served with sinangag (pickled papaya) and fried egg. The silog is the ultimate breakfast food. However, this is considered as a heavy meal. Eating heavy meals during breakfast can provide the necessary energy that you will need for at least half of your day.
Milk fish, cucumbers, tomatoes, vinegar, lemon juice, garlic.
Kare-kare is a Philippine stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. Kare Kare is a traditional Filipino stew complimented with a thick savory peanut sauce. The commonly used meats for this dish are ox tail and tripe. Besides the peanuts, this dish depends on the shrimp paste (on the side) in order to be fully enjoyed. Traditionally, “palayok” (clay cooking pot) is used to cook this dish and it is also used as the serving pot.
Beef, vegetables, garlic, onions, bagoong,peanut butter, coconut milk, annoto powder, fish sauce