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Adobong Sitaw

String Beans Adobo Recipe

Adobo is a popular type of cooking in the Philippines. It’s a little bit different from the Mexican adobo. In the Philippines, adobo style cooking is basically mixing vinegar and soy sauce on a certain dish. It can be with pork, chicken, fish, beef or vegetable. My grandfather taught me to cook my first adobo which is with “kangkong”, Philippine’s …

Bacon and Egg Fried Rice

Bacon and Egg Fried Rice Recipe

Breakfast is one of my favorite meal of the day. Even most of the time I ended up just having toast and coffee for breakfast, once or twice a week, my husband and I get to have a “big” breakfast together with our kids. I call it “big” breakfast meal because there’s rice in the menu. Yes, “rice” for breakfast! …

Fresh Lumpia

Fresh Lumpia

Nanay Bening’s Fresh Lumpia | Filipino Spring Roll One of the Filipino food in the Philippines that is almost the same as in other asian countries is Fresh Lumpia. Known as “Fresh Spring Roll” in America, this dish is so diverse it has a lot of variation in Asia. This recipe is Nanay Bening’s Fresh Lumpia, our Filipino “Spring Roll”. …

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Lumpiang Shanghai

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Every Filipino Lumpiang Shanghai varies slightly from household to household. My mom makes Lumpiang Shanghai Seafood with fish and shrimp. But my husband prefers ground beef than fish. I made lumpiang shanghai from scratch for several occasion now so I think it’s time to share the recipe here. Ingredients: 1 lb. ground beef 1/2 lb. peeled & deveined shrimp, minced …

Pork Chop Adobo

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Ingredients: * 3 pieces of boneless Pork Chops * 1/4 cup white vinegar * 1/4 cup soy sauce * 1/4 tsp peppercorns, crushed * 1 teaspoon brown sugar * 5 garlic cloves, crushed * 3 bay leaves * Salt to taste DIRECTIONS: Combine all ingredients in a pan leaving half of the crushed garlic, cover, and allow to marinate 1-3 …