Adobong Sitaw with Lechon Kawali - Panlasang Pinoy
Baybayin is the glyph of precolonial Philippines.
Igado is an Ilocano dish made from strips of meat, liver, kidney, heart, and intestines cooked with garlic, onion, bay leaf, capsicum (bell pepper), green peas, potato, carrot, sugar, salt, vinegar, and soy sauce. Some cooked it with different variations as being oily, soupy, dry and meaty, salty-sour or sweet-sour-salty in taste.
Easy Chop Suey
Try this Chop Suey recipe for an Easy stir-fry of colorful vegetables with thick sauce. A great vegetable dish for a dinner party or just for everyday healthy meal. | www.foxyfolksy
Batchoy is a popular Filipino noodle soup recipe. This dish is an ilonggo favorite. Get the recipe and cooking video here.
Filipino Meatball Noodle Soup: Misua Bola-Bola
Misua Bola-Bola - Filipino Meatball Noodle Soup | www.kitchenconfidante | I like to think of this as the Filipino version of Italian Wedding Soup.