Bacolod's Kansi

A Fusion of Flavors: How to Make Bacolod City’s Famous ‘Kansi’

Itching to try something new for dinner? Then you might want to try kansi. Kansi is the Ilonggo version of bulalo and sinigang combined. The result is a beef soup…

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Chicken Sopas Recipe

Chicken Sopas Recipe to Keep You Warm During Rainy Days

The months of June, July, and August mark the start of the rainy season. So what better way to keep warm than by enjoying a bowl of warm chicken sopas?…

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Pork Tapsilog

Pork Tapsilog Recipe

Tapsilog is probably the most popular breakfast meal in the Philippines. It is so well-liked by many Filipinos that they often request it not just for breakfast but sometimes also…

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Grilled Tuna Jaw

Food Recipe: Inihaw na Panga ng Tuna (Grilled Tuna Jaw)

Today, we’re going to revisit a well-loved tuna dish recipe, the grilled tuna jaw or inihaw na panga ng tuna. In the Philippines, the grilled tuna jaw is commonly served as…

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Crispy Pata

Crispy Pata: A Guide to Making This Extraordinary Filipino Dish

Crispy pata is a hind leg part of a pig simmered with seasonings until tender, chilled in the refrigerator overnight, and deep-fried until crisp golden brown. This delicious dish is usually…

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Homemade Taho

Homemade Taho: A Guide to Making This Tasty Street Food

You hear a lot of vendors shout the name of this food early in the morning, so you must be familiar with it. In fact, everyone is. It doesn’t matter…

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Chicken Empanada Recipe

Serve Chicken Empanada at Your Next Party with This Easy Recipe

The empanada is a stuffed pastry with roots from Europe. Served either hot or cold, the pastry is popular in parts of Southeast Asia, Europe, and Latin America. More importantly,…

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Ginataang Langka

How to Cook Ginataang Langka with Tinapa Flakes

Ginataan dishes are those that are cooked in coconut milk or contain coconut cream. This style of cookies features in some of the best recipes in Filipino culinary history. This…

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Make Pandesal

How to Make Filipino Pandesal Bread

Although actually Portuguese in origin, pandesal bread has always been a Filipino favorite. An average Pinoy’s morning will never be complete without some pandesal on the table and a cup…

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