Tag Archive: recipe

Dec
19

Black Sambo

black samboHow to make Black Sambo:

Black Sambo is simple and easy to prepare. This is always present everytime we hold a party. The kids love this most especially and even the oldies might get to love this too.

Dec
18

Yema

yemaHow to make Yema:

Yema is a type of custard candy made from egg yolks and condensed milk. This is a common Filipino dessert and one of the easiest to make. The ingredients needed are readily available and this does not require a lot of cooking and preparation time.

Dec
17

Guacamole

guacamoleHow to make Guacamole:

Guacamole, a dip made from avocados, is originally from Mexico. The name is derived from two Aztec Nahuatl words – ahuacatl (avocado) and molli (sauce).

Dec
15

Lumpia

lumpiaHow to make Lumpia:

In Filipino, lumpia are eggrolls that are deep-fried like a wrapped stick of meat. Lumpia is aspring roll filled with ground or finely mince of pork, beef or vegetables then served it with sweet and sour sauce.

Dec
14

Fried Saging

fried sagingHow to make Fried Saging:

Saging is the Filipino word for ‘banana.’ If you are craving for something sweet and want it fast, this dessert may satisfy that craving

Dec
13

Torta Bisaya

torta bisayaHow to make Torta Bisaya:

Torta Bisaya is quite a popular baked product in Cebu and all of Visayas.

Dec
12

Binangkal

binangkalHow to make Binangkal:

Binangkal is round , shaped from dough and covered with sesame seeds and is a popular Cebu delicacy.

Makes 30-35 pcs.

3 cups All purpose Flour

Dec
10

Beef Nilaga

beef nilagaHow to make Beef Nilaga:

Beef Nilaga is stewed beef with bananas, green beans and cabbage. I did not include bananas in this version since I could not find the right type of banana to use.

Dec
09

Pork Menudo

pork menudoHow to make Pork Menudo:

Menudo is a pork stew combined with vegetable and spices. The sweetness of raisins and the spice of pepper create an explosion of flavor in your mouth.

Dec
08

Papaya Salad

papaya saladHow to make Papaya Salad:

This green papaya salad, known as som tam, is popular in most areas of Thailand, and when you taste it, you’ll know why.

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