Monthly Archives: April 2011

MINATAMIS NA MUNGGO (Sweet Red Mung Beans)

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This recipe brings again a whole lot of childhood reminiscences in my hometown Malabon. The pleasant sorbetero (ice cream vendor) would roam across the neighborhood attractive the children for a every day afternoon deal with of everybody’s favourite chilly dessert. Soiled ice cream possibly only a dime a dozen, however there’s nothing soiled …

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I like rice, and I feel any true-blooded Filipino (or Asian) can’t stay with out it. I like garlic too. Though I don’t prefer it in my breath, there’s one thing about its pungent taste that makes it a should-have ingredient for a lot of Filipino dishes. Combining the 2, …

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GINISANG TOGUE (Bean Sprouts Stir Fry)

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It’s the Lenten season, however I can barely really feel the summer time warmth. Most of us are most likely heading to the seaside or making different plans on easy methods to spend their summer time trip. But, there are nonetheless some individuals who contemplate observing the Holy Week in …

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Sinangag Recipe (Filipino Fried Rice)

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Sinangag Recipe. Sinangag or Garlic Fried Rice has been a favourite a part of each Filipino breakfast. Sinangag can go properly with many dishes regardless if these are fried dishes or stews. I personally prefer to have sinangag with fried salted dried fish resembling tuyo, daing, and danggit. After all, …

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