The native cuisine, sweet and sour pork and chicken adobo, is a delicious native recipe that has been around for centuries. It is a favorite take-out or dine-in meal, and it lasts longer than any other native cuisine. Thus, this native recipe is a favorite picnic food option.
The Philippine version of beef steak—mixed with pineapple—is a unique rendition of the cuisine. It is enhanced with the subtle sweet-sour taste of canned pineapple and its succulent juice flavor to come up with a delicious native dish that tangs in the mouth.
Native recipes on beef are best cooked with the right beef cut. A basic knowledge of what beef part is needed, and when to buy it from the wet market is crucial for a masterly preparation and cooking of a native cuisine with beef.
Many local cuisines are quite particular about cooking instructions. They may require specific cooking techniques to come up with the way local dishes ought to taste and look. Learning the different cooking techniques is a basic in Philippine culinary arts.
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.
Philippine native cuisine, Deep-Fried Vegetable Rolls, has been a favorite native dish in the country. Served for elegant dinners or simple afternoon snacks, this very nutritious and appetizing native cuisine has been satiating even discriminating palates for centuries.
Max’s Fried Chicken is a restaurant in the Philippines that started out as a family’s perseverance to overcome a financial crisis. From its humble beginnings to its remarkable success, Max’s Fried Chicken stands out as a product of the Filipino family’s solidarity.
A rare but delectable fresh water fish recipe is “Pesang Dalag” or Fresh Water Fish in Ginger Stew. It is a cuisine that always comes with a special side dish. Thus, this cuisine is doubled recipe.
Coming from a high class of native dishes originally Filipino-Spanish, Philippine pochero is one of a kind native cuisine that blends excellent taste and perfect nutrition. It was certified so by no less than strict Spanish gourmets.