lechon liempo chicharon with sauce, calamansi, and onions

Is Lechon healthy?

It would be best if you watched what you eat in moderation. Eating Lechon is fine as long as you know how to reprimand and restrict yourself with sufficient frequency and, of course, by participating in active activities to achieve a normal and healthy body. However, health organizations always remind the public that overeating Lechon will lead to heart attack,…

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lechon with sauce and spices

History of Lechon

Any Filipino party or gathering is incomplete without Lechon or a whole roasted pig. Filipinos would say, "Magpapakatay ako ng baboy kung..." or "Patabain mo si inang baboy ha" if they are hoping for something to celebrate or just they are teasing one another. As Filipinos love to celebrate, their rich culture has diversified fiestas in every region and has…

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adobo dish on a plate

What is the origin of Adobo?

In the past, the Philippines has been colonized by different countries. That is why some of their culture and tradition are somewhat hard to ascertain. But there is something the Filipinos would be proud to tell to the world, their delicacy called Adobo. The Adobo today has reached different versions because of the Philippines' diversified culture. Nonetheless, it is still called…

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dinuguan at puto dish

Dinuguan at Puto Recipe

Most Filipinos consider Dinuguan and Puto to be a good meal combination. This refers to steamed rice cake and pork blood stew. It is best eaten by dipping the puto into the blood stew and eating both together. Here is a step-by-step recipe to prepare them: Ingredients For Dinuguan 1 lb. of pork (cut into cubes)1 cup of vinegar2 pieces of long green…

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Inihaw na Liempo grilled pork

Inihaw na Liempo Recipe

Inihaw na Liempo refers to "Grilled Pork Belly" in Filipino. This dish demands no introduction because the name of the dish speaks for itself. In the Philippines, Inihaw na Liempo is also a popular and favorite dish; in fact, this dish is best served as a main course with warm white rice. There are also side dishes and condiments to…

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Pinakbet dish

Pinakbet recipe

Pinakbet is a vegetable stew from the Ilocos region in the Philippines. It was derived from the Ilocano word pinakebbet, which means "shrunk," wherein vegetables are secreted in the pot over low heat until "shriveled." Here is an easy instruction on how to prepare it for about 45 minutes! (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Ingredients 1 tablespoon of canola…

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Pork binagoongan dish from the phillipines

Pork Binagoongan Recipe

Pork Binagoongan is a traditional Filipino dish in which protein is cooked with shrimp paste. Pork is the most common protein used in this dish. Pork belly is used in this binagoongan recipe, added with eggplant for a twist. To achieve the desired level of spice, make sure to add Thai chili pepper or siling labuyo. You can also use a…

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pancit molo dish

Pancit Molo Recipe

Pancit Molo is a wonton soup dish version of the Filipinos. Here is an easy instruction on how to prepare it for more or less than an hour! Ingredients for the Wonton 1 1/2 lbs. of ground pork15 pieces of medium shrimp (shell must be removed and deveined)30 to 35 pieces of wonton wrapper1 medium yellow onion (minced)1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder1/2…

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