Cooking left-over pansit takes a bit of stir-frying and lots of vegetables. Easy!
6:48 AM by Rizza Gatchalian3 comments
Cooking pork tapa is a famous delicacy in Taal, Batangas, Philippines. In English, pork tapa may pass as a pork jerky that may not necessarily require the drying process. Some dry it under the heat of the sun; some don't. The basic of cooking pork tapa however involves only the marinating process of pork in soy sauce, vinegar and spices. That’s what I’ll show you in this post.
8:58 AM by Rizza Gatchalian7 comments
Cooking water spinach is another easy treat for new cooks. Water spinach also known as water morning glory (some call it morning glory), Chinese spinach or swamp cabbage cooks quite fast; unlike green beans that I almost always eat raw even after steaming.
5:51 PM by Rizza Gatchalian4 comments
Cooking pork nilaga in English is cooking pork stew. Pork nilaga is Filipino style recipe that may be done with or without a pressure cooker. Since I tenderize my pork nilaga with a regular pan, I need longer time to cook this dish. Let me share with you how.
12:19 PM by Rizza Gatchalian1 comment
Cooking pangat na isda is another fish dish that is so simple; so easy to do. Pangat na isda or pinangat na isda is another form of steamed fish recipe. For this dish, we're cooking pangat na isda in dried kamias with fresh tomatoes.
10:15 AM by Rizza Gatchalian2 comments
Cooking sinaing na isda (or steamed fish in English) is a simple home cooking recipe. Being a Filipino, and a Batangueno at that, I am fond of eating sinaing na isda every time it is served at home. It’s a shame that I have only recently learned cooking sinaing na isda.