While it is true that globalization has pulled every country “closer,” some ingredients are still hard to find particularly if you’d like to taste what people on the other side of the world is having.
Using boiled chicken, mayonnaise, and fresh cabbage, she mixes everything together, seasoning it with salt and pepper, then spreading it on the bread. It was that simple but oh so good.
The steakhouse is not all hype like most international brands coming into the country. It promises quality good food. After all, each branch ages its own meat, all USDA Prime beef, by the way. It has full control of its process from the aging to the preparation.
…it is advisable to have a good chicken stock on hand. There are so many stock recipes out there, you can always make it in advance.
Our basting sauce is also different because it uses an ingredient that is uniquely Filipino—banana ketchup
Pako or fiddlehead fern is usually harvested in Philippine rainforests and is rich in potassium, vitamins A and C.
This makes use of three citruses—lemon, lime, and dalandan. Dalandan or the Philippine orange is a citrus that is widely available in the country.
There are already several variations of this breakfast staple, but this version is very easy because it uses an instant mix. I know, instant anything is lazy, but adding a few premium ingredients to the mix elevates the cake to another level. This is quick, easy, and oh so delicious. Ingredients 250 grams of instant…