Philippine native Tagalog dish “Bachoy” is a secret a few select families keep, and fewer restaurants know of. It is a unique native cuisine that capitalizes on striking flavors that is rich, meaty, spicy, and naturally sweet.
The Lechon is the star of the festivities in the Philippines. One of the renowned restaurants in the Philippines is Lydia’s Lechon. Here is a look at its beginnings and its eventual success.
One of the secrets in cooking Philippine native dishes using pork is to know what appropriate pork part must go with a certain native cuisine being cooked. Some pork cuts are mostly for main ingredients while others for supplementary ingredients. With such basic knowledge, native pork dishes are better prepared and cooked according to how the masters do them.
Philippine native cuisines go with secret native ingredients and procedures to enhance natural flavor blending. Plus, knowing the right natural dip-sauce combination perks up overall richness and taste of a gourmet native dish.
Native recipes using chicken are perfect native dishes that develop the potentials of chicken. And part of this is knowing specific chicken cuts and what particular native recipes they belong to. Precise cooking is a key to successfully cooking native dishes with chicken.
Pork ‘liempo” with jackfruit is a recipe that exploits the potential of pork, jackfruit, tomato sauce, and native finger chili. The secret is in the simmering of ingredients to attain a subtle blend of flavors that result in a super spicy cuisine.
Tinolang Manok is the Filipino version of the chicken soup our moms used to make with an Asian twist. It serves as a warm welcome to every Filipino home.
Pinangat is a spicy vegetable wrap that is a delicacy in the Bicol Region of the Philippines. The wonderful taste of seafood, vegetables, and chili peppers would send you asking for more Pinangat and eventually more water.
A super spiced-up chicken recipe that boasts of a tender, savory chicken and a subtle blend of zesty chicken thick sauce. Top these on a hot steaming rice and dinner will never be the same again. That’s what this native cuisine, chicken “binakol” wonder, is all about.