Bulalo is a homey, boiled beef and marrow bone stew, slow-cooked and flavorful. This comforting Filipino favorite has fall-off-the-bone meat and a broth that is full-bodied and very beefy.
Turon (also known as lumpiang saging or banana spring rolls) is a sweet little snack or dessert of bananas, brown sugar and jackfruit wrapped in a spring roll wrapper and fried crispy.
Adobong Manok is a much-loved Filipino dish of chicken braised in soy, garlic and bay leaf. The chicken is tender, moist and flavorful with crispy skin and plenty of sauce. Always good with plenty of steamed white rice.
Sinangag is a staple in Filipino breakfasts. But this flavorful fried rice topped with lots of crispy garlic can be a delicious part of any meal. Must love garlic!
Lumpiang Shanghai are crunchy, skinny little meat-filled spring rolls. They are served with a very flavorful sweet & sour sauce that has a good kick of garlic and ginger.