Philippine “tahong” stew is a native shellfish cuisine that combines seafood, leafy veggies, and vegetable spices for a peculiar savory native recipe even discriminating tongues will love. Fried or grilled dishes are further enhanced by it’s pungent flavor.
Another “paksiw” variation is trout paksiw which has been a favorite Philippine cuisine in the country. It has several varieties that exploit the subtle qualities of the native fresh water fish mixed in a sweet-sour stew of mixed vegetables.
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.
If the discriminating palates are craving for a taste that launches gourmets grabbing for ample portions, be sure of it, pork-chicken adobo is the native cuisine one’s after. The dry kind.
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.
Pickled pork and tofu is a simple recipe of easy-to-prepare ingredients. But it is a flexible dish served as finger food, appetizer, or main dish even for elegant dinner tables. It is a pride of simple Philippine culinary art.
An all-time trusted and favorite native cuisine is Philippine milkfish “sinigang.” It’s easy to cook and easily delights even the most discriminating palate. This native dish is perpetual thumbs up in Filipino dinner tables.
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.
Philippine native recipe for cooking milkfish with black beans and spiced tofu is a very rich and healthy native dish that blends the subtle tast of fresh water fish and the appetite-tickling qualities of spicy protein-rich ingredients. This native recipe is a pride of Philippine native dishes.
Chop Suey is a popular native recipe that is often mistaken to be a Chinese dish. But it is a purely Filipino native dish packed and spiced up with natural native ingredients to perk up the appetite. Even those not keen on eating vegetables will think twice once they sample this native recipe.