Adobong Pusit is a squid stewed in vinegar, soy sauce and squid ink, it is one of the common dishes in the Philippines. Like the usual adobo it is loaded with garlic which gives it a really nice and robust flavour. This type of adobo usually contains more sauce than usual and it is black in colour due to the ink, the taste is quite different as well as the ink gives it a salty with a bit seafood taste, combined with vinegar and soy sauce it sorts of mellows it down.
Squid, soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, salt, bay Leaf
A classic Filipino favorite, inspired by the Chinese. Beef Broccoli is made up of tender beef and fresh broccoli combined with different sauces for that delightful Asian flavor. This yummy dish is best served with hot steamed white rice.
Beef, vegetables, garlic, onions, oyster sauce, fish sauce
A tradiional Filipino chicken stew. The chicken is first marinated in a mixture of pineapple juice and soy sauce for added layer of flavor. Caldereta is a favorite Filipino meal served during parties, festivities and other special occasions in the Philippines. Caldereta is a Spanish-influenced dish that became to be Filipinos’ favorite!
Chicken vegetables, garlic, onions, tomato sauce, chili, fish sauce
Authentic chicken teriyaki comes together in just minutes cooked with juicy and tender chicken glazed in a flavorful homemade sauce, this classic Chicken Teriyaki prepared in the authentic Japanese cooking method, that is made with flavorful sauce that’s made from a handful of delicious ingredients.
Chicken, soy sauce, sugar, apple juice, cornstarch, ketchup.
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