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URL: http://ilonggoLIVINGinCanada.com
Site Description: fusion Ilonggo foods, travel and beyond
Date Joined: Jul 6, 2009

Tags: ilonggo foods, Pinoy foods, fuion Ilonggo foods


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Lumpiang Hubad (Naked Spring Roll)
on Sep 1, 2011 in Ilonggo foods Pinoy foods Ilonggo dish lumpiang hubad mong bean sprouts naked spring roll peanut sauce When someone speaks of lumpia or spring roll,  what comes in one’s mind instantly is a wrapped stir fried-mixed vegetables and meat.  Lumpiang Hubad or Naked Spring Roll is just plain lumpia filling without the wrap. Now, I realized long time...



Seafoods Kare-Kare
on Aug 29, 2011 in Fish and sea foods Pinoy foods alamang fusion cooking green mussels guinamus peanut sauce prawn seafoods kare-kare shrimps squid The featured chef for the month of September is my niece, Elgin who suggested this intriguing recipe. Seafoods kare-kare fits in to my concept of fusion cooking as it departs from the traditional beef oxtail kare-kare dish. As soon as I got hold of t...



Shrimps Galore!
on Aug 25, 2011 in Chinese foods Fish and sea foods Japanese foods Restaurants Oriental shrimps with beansprouts ready made foods shrimps tereyaki on a skewer Ah… it is Friday again and I am excited to share to you this new Oriental shrimps dish. Shrimp is one of the versatile sea foods one can prepare into different dishes. It can be added to almost any dish ( especially Asian foods) or, it can go s...



Nilagpang na Manok
on Aug 21, 2011 in chicken Ilonggo foods free-running chicken Ilonggo dish native dish nilagpang na manok sauteed native chicken NILAGPANG NA MANOK requires “native” chicken or bisaya na manok in order to really enjoy the full flavor of the dish. Using regular chicken such as white leghorn or chicken raised in the poultry won’t just measure up to my standard. First, we...



Pinangat / Paksiw na Galunggong (Skad Fish Stew)
on Aug 18, 2011 in Fish and sea foods Ilonggo foods Pinoy foods Uncategorized blue mackerel skad ginger green hot pepper onions paksiw/ pinangat na galunggong short-fin skad skad fish stew tomatoes vinegar Has anyone wondered what galunggong fish is called in English? Yes, it is called skad fish or to be more precise, blue mackerel skad or short-fin skad. One of the many ways to prepare galunggong  is paksiw or pinangat. There is only a slight differe...



Bulaklak ng Kalabasa Pizza (Fiore di Zucca pizza)
on Aug 14, 2011 in Mushrooms pizza Restaurants calabasa flowers Cibo restaurant fiore di zucca pizza olive oil Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese pizza dough zuchini flowers Pizza can come in so many kind of toppings. Only ones’ imagination limits whatever you put on it.  Japan is one good guru in shying away from the traditional pizza and, offering seafoods delight in their pizza! North Americans can go as far as...



Pancit Malabon vs. Pancit Palabok
on Aug 11, 2011 in noodle dishes Pinoy foods bihon noodles kalamansi palabok sauce pancit malabon pancit palabok patis In the wide world of PANCIT (noodles), it is confusing enough having dozens of different kinds, let alone preparing them by regions in the Philippines. It was once said that pancit is staple among Chinese who brought the said food item to the Philipp...



Ginisang Ampalaya
on Aug 8, 2011 in Ilonggo foods Pinoy foods amargoso Balsam pear bittermelon ginisang ampalaya shrimps Once in a while ampalaya (bittermelon, amargoso) dish pops up at our dinner table. Nothing beats the two special dishes that highlights ampalaya, pinakbet and ginisang ampalaya. The latter dish seem to define the distinctive flavor of the bittermelon...



Simply Razon’s Halo-Halo
on Aug 5, 2011 in desserts Fruits Pinoy foods Restaurants custard dayap-flavoured leche flan dessert honey Razon's halo-halo summer treat sweetened aba sweetened macapuno It is mid-summer here in Southern Ontario and, we are still enjoying the hot daytime/cooler evenings bonanza afforded by summer solstice. When I say hot, in comparison to the ones we have in the Philippines, it is more of a dry heat than the humid &#...



Tinolang Manok
on Jul 31, 2011 in chicken Ilonggo foods Pinoy foods chicken soup dahon ng sili green beans green papaya lotus roots native chicken sayote sitaw tinolang manok It has been a while since my chef concocted tinolang manok (chicken stew). So. today our dish is the venerated, all-time-favorite Filipino chicken dish, the TINOLANG MANOK. Speaking of which, the best chicken to make tinola is the native chicken. The...



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