A nice twist on a Hawaii favorite! Filipino pork adobo...cooked until tender, then fried up crispy before serving.
A simple, hearty Filipino style stew that I grew up eating.
This is a dish that has been passed down from my mother-in-law "mama" to her children and ultimately to my children. The food was good and simple back then and we just had this for dinner tonight. This recipe is dedicated to the most wonderful person that you could ever meet... brimming with love and aloha. We all love and miss you Mama!
A popular Filipino noodle dish. While there are several different variations of this dish, the main ingredients are standard, where it differs is in the use of different types of noodles and the wonderful toppings. The most common varieties you find here are pancit miki using rice noodles and pancit bihon, using eg...