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Paella Marinera by Pinoy Hapagkainan on Mar 21, 2013Paella Marinera or also known Paella de Morisco is one of several Filipino dish adaptation from Spain. Traditional versions consists of fresh seafood available at the time, commonly... Read More »...



Sweet and Sour Fish in Ginger by Casa Baluarte on Feb 1, 2013also known as Fish Escabeche  Ingredients: 2 to 3 lbs white fish1 small red bell pepper, julienne1 small red bell pepper, julienne1 small carrots, julienne4 pieces garlic cloves, sliced thin1 medium onion, cubed2 pieces thumb size ginger, sli...



Camaron Rebosado by Pinoy Hapagkainan on Feb 1, 2013Camaron Rebosado or battered shrimp are individually hand-dipped in an authentic Filipino style batter that fried up golden and crispy from your stove. Can be serve with plain... Read More »...



Seafood Kare-Kare for a Change by The Peach Kitchen on Dec 30, 2012Part of our Christmas Day lunch is this Seafood Kare-Kare. I’ve never had Seafood Kare-Kare in my life because my family is a big meat eater. We lean more towards beef or pork dishes.  I decided to make Seafood Kare-Kare for our Christmas day...



Cooking Ginataang Isda With A Twist Like A Pro by FOODIPINO on Nov 27, 2012Cooking ginatang isda (or ginataang isda) is a very quick fish recipe. It may be done by stewing fish in... Continue reading »...



Ginataang Hipon sa Sitaw by Casa Baluarte on Sep 10, 2012Try this simple recipe yet very tasty. Ingredients:1 lb medium size shrimp2 lbs long beans, cut into '31 can coconut milk2 tablespoon salted shrimp paste (bagoong)salt to tasteCooking Direction:Mix the coconut milk and salted shrimp paste. Simmer for...



Ginataang Hipon with Kangkong and Sitaw by Unsatisfied with My Second Barrio Fiesta Voucher on Aug 6, 2012If you think all I can do is eat, since I write food reviews most of the time, then you are wrong? LOL. Most of the people I know who are passionate about food/eating are also good cooks/chef. Maybe because they want to please themselves by cooking u...



Ginisang Upo at Touge by Casa Baluarte on May 26, 2012A Quick & Easy Recipe to make yet very tasty and filling.Ingredients:3 lbs upo, peeled and slice bite size1 lb beansprout1/2 lb pork butt, sliced into bite size1/4 lb shrimp1 small onion, sliced thin1 piece tomato, diced4 cloves garlic, crushedsa...



Garlic Shrimp by Casa Baluarte on Apr 13, 2012Ingredients:2 lbs large shrimp, cleaned4 pieces garlic cloves, minced2 tablespoon olive oilsalt to taste1 stem green onion, sliced thin Cooking Direction:Heat wok in medium high heat. Add olive oil then the minced garlic. Saute garlic till golden bro...



Tilapia in Coconut Milk and Curry Recipe by Casa Baluarte on Feb 18, 2012Try this Ginataang Tilapia recipe I put togetherIngredients:2 large whole Tilapia, cut in halves2 can coconut milk1 cup datu puti vinegar1 cup water4 pieces garlic, cut thin2 thumb size ginger, cut thin1 medium onion, quartered1 stem lemon grass, cut...