This delicious dessert is simple and tasty to serve after daily lunch or dinner but is especially great for parties.
Red snapper is sweet and the flesh is fine. You can ask the fishmonger to fillet it when you buy it.
This sauce gives fresh lumpia (link to fresh lumpia recipe) a sweet, garlicky peanutty taste.
Growing up, this was a favourite "western" food that we would order at the clubhouse restaurant. The sides that went on this dish would include potato fries, carrot & peas salad and garnished with sliced tomato and cucumber. The asian touch would be to eat the chicken with chili sauce - preferably Lingam's. If you prefer, mushroom sauce can also be served over the chicken.
A popular streetfood in the Phillipines, kwek kwek refers to the smaller quail eggs and tokneneng is for the larger chicken eggs. These hard-boiled eggs are dipped in orange coloured flour batter and deep fried then served with sweet sour sauce.
Juicy whole chicken roasted or cooked on a rotiserrie. It still remains a popular street food in the Phillipines. It's best to give time for marinating so that the flavour melds together. Serve it with lechon sauce.
A braised dish made out of marinated pork. Pork asado is originally a Chinese recipe that has its own Filipino version.
A friend gave me this recipe - it's quick, easy and perfect every time!