22nd April 2012
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Pork Adobo With Coconut Milk

I have different adobo recipes in this food blog such as PORK ADOBO W/ COCONUT MILK & SCALLIONS, then the HOW TO COOK PORK ADOBO TUTORIAL, Pork Hocks Adobo With Potatoes, Baked Chicken Wings Adobo, Baked Chicken Coconut Adobo, and the Pork & Chicken Wings White Adobo In Apple Cider Vinegar. It turns out, I don't have a regular pork adobo with coconut milk recipe in the archives. Adding coconut milk is my favorite 'twist' ...
17th December 2010
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Pork Sisig With Celery & Wasabi Mayonnaise

I'm always thinking of ways to incorporate the Wasabi Mayonnaise into a few dishes so I figured I'd add it to pork sisig with celery as well. See, I use wasabi mayonnaise as a dip for sushi and occasionally add it onto tuna sandwich filling. I've also used it in lamb kilawen which was inspired by the goat kilawen. The latter asks for goat brain but since that's not readily available, you can substitute it ...
2nd March 2010
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PORK ADOBO W/ COCONUT MILK & SCALLIONS

In some regions of the Philippines, coconut milk is one of the ingredients in the dish called ADOBO which happens to be one of my favorite Filipino Dishes. It’s either in pork or chicken. Pork is my pick any day. Anyhoooo, in my cooking years, I’ve never made adobo with coconut milk until a week ago. I finally opened my new Aroma digital rice cooker to cook rice, of course after not eating rice for ...
31st August 2009
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Pinakbet Sans Okra and Calabasa

After braving the Farmer’s Market a few weeks ago, I stopped at the Filipino store on our way home and grabbed a few items for my Pinoy Goodies supplies. I also ended up grabbing fresh vegetables to make one of my favorite Filipino dishes which is Pinakbet. If you haven’t noticed, my pinakbet is missing a couple of key ingredients. These are okra and calabasa (squash). Well, I’m allergic to okra, and I ...
23rd July 2009
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Pork & Bittermelon Stir-Fry

I grabbed a couple of bittermelons from my last trip to the Asian store over there in Raleigh. I actually almost forgot I had them until I found a plastic pushed all the way back in the fridge. Good thing I discovered them before they went bad. Whewww. I would hate myself knowing I just wasted perfectly good bittermelons (Ampalaya).  This vegetable happens to be my favorite Filipino vegetable. Even though it’s ...