Baked Garlic Milkfish

I love to eat milkfish because it is tasty. The only thing that I dislike about it is the fact that it contains too many fish bones. I needed to carefully remove each bone when eating milkfish. This takes an extra step (and time too) — although I must admit that it also builds excitement because I am anticipating something good and tasty anytime soon. Good thing that there are deboned milkfish available in the Asian supermarket these days. It makes eating milkfish convenient.

Pork Ginataan with Squash and String Beans

Pork Ginataan with Squash and String Beans is a rich and delicious Filipino dish that makes use of pork, coconut milk, and vegetables such as squash and string beans. This recipe has many variations. You can do this with other types of meat and even with seafood such as crab. In fact, Ginataang Sitaw at Kalabasa with Crab is one version that I enjoy eating.

Pinoy Chicken Noodle Soup

Pinoy Chicken Noodle Soup is something that I make when the weather starts getting chilly. I like it because it is delicious and keeps me feel warm and cozy. I also like it because I get to enjoy two of my favorite noodle dishes in just one dish since this is somewhat a crossover between chicken mami and lomi.

Spicy Chicken in Coconut Milk (Ginataang Manok)

Spicy Chicken in Coconut Milk or Spicy Ginataang Manok is a Filipino Chicken dish that makes use of coconut cream or coconut milk and lots of spicy chili. This simple yet rich dish is easy to prepare and can be eaten along with rice for lunch or dinner.

I tried to make this dish as simple as possible so that you will find it easy to follow. If you have tried to make laing using one of our laing recipes, you’ll notice that we did not use cooking oil in the recipe; the ginger, garlic, and onion were initially cooked by boiling in coconut milk and the other ingredients were added sequentially.

Use any chili pepper that you prefer: the spicier, the better. You can also use cracked red chili or even cayenne pepper powder. As for the coconut cream, I prefer using it instead of coconut milk for this recipe because it is thicker and richer. However, coconut milk works well too.

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