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category-archiveThis is the complete archive of all the information that we have posted here on FilipinoChow.com. Included in the archives are all of the recipes, articles, pictures, videos, and any other material that has been posted on our website. The posts are listed in chronological order starting with the most recent posts at the top. At the bottom of each page of archives there are links to each archive page going all the way to the very beginning. Our current featured post is also displayed on the first page of the archives.

Cantonese Soy Chicken

Posted November 26, 2019 | By
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This is Cantonese Soy Chicken. There is nothing more romantic than preparing a delicious meal for someone you care about. Serve this recipe to your partner and they’ll be coming back for a second helping. Especially with a tasty Asian dish like this one. Don’t be intimidated by the name or complexity of the instructions. Read through it and you will see it’s actually pretty easy to prepare. And the flavor of this dish is ...

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Jollibee comes to Tampa Bay

Posted January 17, 2020 | By
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I can’t believe it. It almost seems like some sort of strange dream come true. Our very own Jollibee has arrived in our own backyard, here in Tampa Bay. The new location is scheduled to open January 17th, 2020. Judging by the picture we took the night before the grand opening (above), they are expecting a substantial crowd. The drive-through lane has literally been barricaded and in it’s place they have put up a large ...

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Dinengdeng

Posted January 17, 2020 | By
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This is Dinengdeng. Dinengdeng is a popular vegetable Filipino recipe which originated from Ilocos. This dish is quite similar to pinakbet except that it is bagoong soup based dish. Dinengdeng is a healthy dish since it is composed of different vegetables. Specially if you add grilled fish instead of fried fish. Enjoy this recipe from all of us at Filipino Chow. Ingredients 1 medium-sized onion, sliced 1 knob of ginger, sliced then crushed 2 large ...

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Fruit Salad

Posted January 14, 2020 | By
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This is Fruit Salad. Fruit salad is an easy to prepare dessert. This is a dish consisting of various kinds of fruit mixed with table cream and condensed milk. Enjoy this recipe from all of us at Filipino Chow. Ingredients 1 small can of fruit cocktail 2 small cans (8 ounces) of nestle table cream 1 cup of condensed milk 2 pieces of avocado, sliced in cubes 1 piece of apple, sliced in cubes 1 ...

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Sinigang Na Baboy (Pork in Sour Soup)

Posted January 11, 2020 | By
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This is Sinigang Na Baboy (Pork in Sour Soup). Sinigang is a popular Filipino dish. It is a sour soup that uses tamarind as it’s base flavor. It can be cooked with fish, meat, shrimp and vegetables. Enjoy this recipe from all of us at Filipino Chow. Ingredients 2 pounds of pork belly, cubed 2 medium-sized tomatoes, quartered 1 large red onion, quartered 1 inch piece of ginger, peeled and sliced 2 pieces of radish, ...

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Sinabawang Isda

Posted January 08, 2020 | By
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This is Sinabawang Isda. This down home fish soup recipe is as simple as it is delicious. It’s white fish simmered with a mixture of ginger, onions, and tomatoes. Then seasoned only with salt, pepper and fish sauce. It really doesn’t get much more simple than that. The addition of the malunggay leaves gives this dish a soothing, holistic quality best eaten during cold weather or when sick. Enjoy this recipe from all of us ...

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Ginataang Langka (Jackfruit in Coconut Milk)

Posted January 05, 2020 | By
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This is Ginataang Langka (Jackfruit in Coconut Milk). This is a vegetable dish made mainly with Langka (Jackfruit) and few other ingredients. This dish can be cooked without any meat if you are vegetarian. Enjoy this recipe from all of us at Filipino Chow. Ingredients 1 pound of unripe langka, seeded and sliced 1⁄2 pound of shrimp 1 onion, diced 4 cloves of garlic, crushed then peeled 1 thumb-sized ginger, sliced then crushed 3 cups ...

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The Top Fish and Wine Pairings

Posted January 02, 2020 | By
Top Fish and Wine Pairings

Getting the right wine to go with fish can be a precarious business and if you get it slightly wrong it can ruin your whole meal. Luckily Gourmet Society have got you covered and have paired 6 types of fish with their respective wines, they are: Salmon – Salmon is a richer and fattier in flavour than most other fish and therefore it needs a more developed wine to bring out the best of it. ...

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Puto with Cheese

Posted December 29, 2019 | By
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This is Puto with Cheese. Puto is a rice cake that is typically round in shape, white, and soft. It is usually served at breakfast or as a snack and is often prepared for festive occasions such as Christmas and New Years. A variety of toppings are common for these rice cake. Some of the most frequently used toppings are cheese, grated coconut, and dried fruits. Enjoy this recipe from all of us at Filipino ...

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Garlic Fried Rice

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This is Garlic Fried Rice . Garlic Fried Rice or Sinangag is cooked left over rice fried with lots of garlic. Normally eaten during breakfast and is best paired with fried salted fish (tuyo), tinapa, dilis, salted eggs and lots of chopped or sliced tomatoes, red onion and not to forget a cup of hot chocolate for a perfect meal. Enjoy this recipe from all of us at Filipino Chow. Ingredients 4 tablespoons of garlic, ...

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Kinilaw Na Isda (Fish with Vinegar and Ginger)

Posted December 23, 2019 | By
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This is Kinilaw Na Isda (Fish with Vinegar and Ginger). Kinilaw na isda is a Filipino dish that is more popular and well known in the Visayas region of the Philippines than it is in the entire country. You can use a wide variety of fish for this preparation. In this instance, we are using herring or tamban. Though it is a smaller fish you can still filet it which is all you need for ...

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