This is not the bland, boring steak and onions you might have seen before. Instead, bay leaves, lemon juice and soy sauce lend fragrant, bright, umami-rich flavour to a succulent ribeye.
This Afritada features chicken and tons of vegetables simmered in a flavourful tomato sauce. Vibrant, colourful and super delicious!
Chinese pearl balls are traditionally served on Chinese New Year to symbolize reunion and togetherness. Rice grains signify abundance while pork is considered a symbol for progress.
This is a Filipino braised dish where pork is marinated, simmered then sliced. Serve with lots of white rice.
This Filipino classic has all of the flavour of adobo and none of the meat. Mushrooms simmered in a thick, tangy adobo sauce.
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Homemade Chicharon made of pork rinds deep-fried to golden perfection. Crunchy and tasty, these cracklings are the ultimate low-carb treat and best served with spicy vinegar dip.
Pork Tocino is a hearty Filipino dish served for breakfast with a sunny side up eggs and garlic fried rice. Sweet and garlicky, it's sure to be a family favourite.
Typically just filled with a pork mixture but these ones have a shrimp inside each one. The surf and turf filling inside the super crisp wrapper makes every bite so delectable.
This recipe brings together rich grilled pork belly and vinegar cured tuna with cucumber, avocado, and tomatoes.
The vinegar dipping sauce balances out the oiliness of the dish as a result of the deep frying. It also gives a sweet, sour & hot taste as the crispy batter quickly absorbs the flavour of the sauce.