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INGREDIENTS FOR ESCABECHE
one whole fleshy fish
(lapulapu, red snapper, carp or mackerel)
1 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
some flour to dredge the fish in
1 tsp minced garlic
1 tbsp ginger root, cut into thin strips
1/2 cup sliced onions
1 cup red and green bell peppers, cut into strips
2 tbsp lard or oil
2 cups water
1/4 cup vinegar
1/4 cup brown sugar
2 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp cornstarch (dissolve in water)
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Palitaw means “to surface” and this refers to the flat oval-shaped pieces of rice dough floating to the top of boiling water once they are cooked. This easy palitaw recipe is for making 20 servings.
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The base for the classic Filipino lechon sauce is atay ng baboy (pork liver).
Mang Tomas is a popular Filipino brand of bottled sauce used for lechon in the Philippines. But you can make your own liver sauce with this easy recipe!
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Puto is the classic Filipino rice cake traditionally made by steaming. But since it is intensive work, you can modify to make a easy version in a rice cooker or pot. This recipe for Puto Maya yields 12 servings.
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Biko is a sweet rice delicacy that’s traditionally served on New Year’s Eve. The essential ingredients are malagkit (glutinous or sticky rice), gata (coconut milk) and brown sugar.
BIKO Recipe for 10 servings
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The ginger stew pesa has long been associated with the mudfish dalag, but a chicken variation is also popular.
Manok is the Tagalog word for ‘chicken’ and pesa is a Chinese-derived word referring to something that is plainly boiled.
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Maja Blanca is a “white beauty” of a pudding that has coconut milk as an essential ingredient.
This recipe for Maja Blanca yields 8 servings.
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Burong mangga is the phrase that Filipinos use to refer to fermented green mangoes in the Philippines. It’s simply a matter of pickling the fruit in salt.
There’s no single method for making buro (=pickle) but here is an easy recipe that you can consult as a guide.
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