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28 April, 2019

How to Cook Sago

How to Cook Sago
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Sago is the starch extracted from piths of tropical palm stems and is commercially produced and commonly sold in the form of pearls. They are usually cooked in water or choice of liquid and widely used in beverages and desserts. These spheres are really easy to prepare, requiring only for the most part boiling in
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6 March, 2019

How to Make Latik

How to Make Latik
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An easy tutorial on How to Make Latik to use as topping and flavoring for your favorite rice cakes and desserts! Latik are solids that form when coconut cream (kakang gata) is cooked down until it releases its natural oils. These toasted crumbs are sprinkled on Filipino desserts and rice cakes to add flavor and
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10 July, 2018

Beef and Baby Corn Stir-fry

Beef and Baby Corn Stir-fry
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Beef and Baby Corn Stir-fry with succulent beef slices, crisp veggies, and baby corn in a sweet and savory sauce. Easy to make in one pan and 30 minutes, it’s perfect for busy weeknights. Plus learn the technique on how to make the beef super tender and moist! If you’re looking for a tasty beef
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29 April, 2018

Pork Belly Lechon Roll

Pork Belly Lechon Roll
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Pork Belly Lechon Roll slow roasted in the oven with super crispy skin and super moist meat. No need to order a whole pig, this Filipino-style porchetta is easy to make and sure to be the star of any party! This pork belly lechon roll was first published on the blog in 2014 but since
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28 April, 2018

Palitaw

Palitaw
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Palitaw made with glutinous rice flour, grated coconut, sesame seeds, and sugar. Soft, chewy, and gluten-free, this Filipino delicacy is delicious as snack or dessert. For day 7 of our holiday recipe series and as follow up to the sweet and sour meatballsyesterday is a classic Filipino delicacy, Palitaw. If you’re looking for a quick and
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29 September, 2017

Pork Menudo

Pork Menudo
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No party is complete without Pork Menudo! Chock-full of tender pork, garbanzo beans, vegetables, and raisins in a thick tomato sauce, this classic Filipino stew is hearty, tasty, and will easily feed a large crowd. When I was planning the old recipes on the blog I was going to update and new ones I was
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