My kids skipped breakfast one day. I later thought of making garlic bread out the leftover bread. They ate them all and made some more themselves!
I forgot to buy the carrots necessary for this recipe. But was delighted to learn that pork liver contains 27% more Vitamin A than the carrots I missed!
Pork Sinigang or Sinigang na Baboy is my number one favorite among the the recipes that my mother used to cook for me and my sister.
Start your day with Tuyosilog! It is Tuyo (dried herring), scrambled eggs, and fried rice combined. Only takes 11 minutes from start to finish.
This is a less salty and less oily version of the traditional Filipino Beef Steak recipe. I hope you like it.
Chicken Tinola, Tinolang Manok in Filipino, is one of my favorites since I was little. My mother cooks this recipe so well.
Chicken Curry is often served during fiestas and I haven't met anyone who doesn't like Chicken Curry. Even kids love it!
I recommend this quick and easy way of cooking delicious Chicken Adobo especially when you are a very busy person.
Sinigang na Bangus is a great recipe if you are in a low fat diet and while wanting to enjoy the tangy taste of sinigang.
This mung beans recipe is simple yet you get fiber, vitamins and minerals. It's a challenge to make kids eat more as adults do.
Kids of all ages love spaghetti like ice cream in the Philippines. I hope you like this Filipino Style Spaghetti Recipe.
Chicken Sopas is a sure hit in the Filipino family home. It is such a delightful meal that some will have it with rice and some with no rice.