A simple, hearty Filipino style stew that I grew up eating.
Pork sigsig is a very popular dish in my household. We used to make this on special occasions as it is fairly labor intensive.
Shrimp and pumpkin stir fry in coconut cream.
Casava cake & shredded coconut, a Filipino favorite dessert!
Chicken stew - Nothing satisfies more than a hearty bowl of chicken stew and this chicken stew recipe is simple and satisfying! This is the perfect recipe that can be made ahead of time an re-heated the next day.
The Filipino version of chow mein, although it is named after Canton, it is said that such a dish cannot be found in Canton. One of the most popular kinds of pancit, this is a kind of pancit stir-fried in a ginger-soy sauce mixture with toppings of various vegetables, meats, and seafood
Pancit Guisado, another filipino favorite Noodle dish!
Spicy wings in a vinaigrette sauce inspired by the famous momofuku wings.
A common Filipino dessert that is very popular in Hawaii!!
A perfectly refreshing dessert similar to Hawaiian Shaved Ice, this is the Filipino version.
Pork Tofu is a classic all-time favorite in Hawaii...this is my version which has a Filipino influence...Hope you like it!
When it comes to this Bulalo - Beef Shank Soup dish I just can’t get enough if it. There are so many variations when it comes to Nilagang Baka or Beef Soup Bones, but this one has to be one of my favorite ones.
Two dishes (adobo and binagoongan) in one!! Simpler and traditional adobo recipe contains more vinegar than soy sauce, with no sugar. Pork binagoongan is a recipe that calls for bagoong (shrimp paste) and sometimes even coconut milk.
Siopao is the Filipino version of char siu bao (Chinese) or manapua (Hawaii's version). It is made with a yeast based dough that is slightly sweeter than bread, filled with a bbq pork filling and steamed.
Bistek - Filipino chopped steak and onions...so delicious
A Filipino Classic and favorite Casava Cake with Custard Topping dessert!
Pork chops and gravy!!
When one says menudo in California, a peppery Mexican tripe and hominy soup is usually what comes to mind but although our Filipino menudo may share the name and reflect Spanish influence as well, no two dishes can be so unlike in ingredients, preparation and taste. The menudo recipe below leans more towards sweet than spicy, and is a far colorf...