Saturday, June 22, 2013

Saba con Yelo/ Sago Tropicale (Sweetened Plantain Bananas in Sago Pearls and Tropical Fruit Mix)

For a refreshing treat the favorite Philippine merienda (afternoon snack) Sweetened plantain bananas, requires simple ingredients and a very easy to follow procedure. It is composed of plantain bananas or most commonly known as saging na saba, sugar and evaporated milk. This variety of

How to Cook Sago

Sago is oftentimes confused with another tree by-product called Tapioca. They may appear quite similar in appearance when manufactured and processed to become

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Sweet and Spicy Fishball Sauce

I know each and every Filipino has tried the “making tusok–tusok the fishball”  experience on the food cart of “manong  fishball “ vendor, it started out originally at 10 centavos each, but now it costs 50 cents a piece. In the early days

Friday, June 14, 2013

Eggplant Omelette with Sausages (Tortang Talong con Longganisa)

Classic, simple, healthy and budget friendly.This is how I best remember this dish for. Cooking this very affordable Filipino favorite requires two stages. The first is

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Ginataang Tanigue (Spanish Mackerel in Coconut Cream)

Yes, we had fish again.I need those heart friendly nutrients after having meat for the past days. On our sunday brunch we had Tanigue, or Spanish Mackerel fish in English. The first class seafood came from

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