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It's More Yum In The Philippines by Nagluluto Si Chris features your favourite Filipino dishes cooked by a young Aussie, easy to follow recipes and stunning pictures!

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Latest Blog Posts for It's More Yum In The Philippines

  • Mango Sago Pudding
    on Sep 4, 2016 in Dessert Condensed Milk Mango Sago
    Recently my partner and I had the pleasure of visiting Isabela Green Valley Farm in Barangay Sillawit, Cagayan. This idyllic farm, clad by dazzling orchids, ornamental plants and many fruit-bearing trees is definitely worth the visit. After fir...
  • Puto - Steamed Rice Cakes
    on Aug 27, 2016 in Merienda Coconut Milk Rice Flour
    Steamed Rice CakesPuto are steamed rice cakes, subtle in taste with just a hint of sweetness, they are best known to accompany dinuguan, but can also be eaten as a snack. A few weeks ago when I was last in the Philippines I ate a delicious dish of s...
  • Sinampalukang Manok - Chicken and Young Tamarind Leaf Soup
    on Aug 21, 2016 in Sopas Ulam Chicken Sitaw Tamarind
    Chicken and Young Tamarind Leaf SoupSinampalukang Manok is sour Filipino soup cooked with chicken, string beans and young tamarind leaves. It’s particularly good for cold and gloomy weather, the sourness and warmth is uplifting for the soul. S...
  • Lechon Kawali - Crispy Fried Pork Belly
    on Aug 14, 2016 in Ulam Pork
    Crispy Fried Pork BellyLechon kawali! I’m guilty as charged, I can’t help but eat lots of this delicious crispy pork belly. It tastes so good its got to be healthy right!? Kawali in tagalog means a pan or wok, so lechon kawali is pork whi...
  • Strawberry Taho - Silken Tofu with Sago and Strawberry Syrup
    on Jul 24, 2016 in Almusal Merienda Sago Strawberry Tofu
    Silken Tofu with Sago and Strawberry SyrupTahhoooo! If you’ve ever visited the Philippines, it is almost certain that you have heard this being shouted by your friendly neighbourhood taho vendor. Made of silken tofu, sago pearls and a thick s...
  • Kare-Kare - Oxtail Stew
    on Jul 17, 2016 in Ulam Beef Sitaw Talong
    Oxtail StewWow how time flies! I first sampled Kare-Kare in 2013 on my first ever trip to the Philippines. I had asked my office colleagues to educate me on Filipino cuisine, something I knew nothing about at the time, so one Friday after work w...
  • Chicken Inasal - Bacolod City's Grilled Chicken
    on Jul 10, 2016 in Ulam Annatto Chicken Tanglad
    Bacolod City's Grilled ChickenChicken Inasal is a popular recipe for Grilled Chicken from the Bacolod, the City of Smiles. It differs from chicken barbecues found elsewhere in the Philippines because of the marinade, forgoing soy sauce and including...
  • Inihaw na Pusit - Grilled Squid
    on Jul 10, 2016 in Ulam Squid Tomato
    Grilled SquidInihaw na Pusit is a dish of marinated squid stuffed with tomato and onion then grilled over hot charcoal. The best place to cook this is at the beach when you’re on holidays with the family. You’re guaranteed to find delicious and f...
  • Sopas - Creamy Chicken and Macaroni SoupCreamy Chicken and Macaroni SoupSopas is a hearty and warming Filipino soup full of shredded chicken, macaroni pasta, carrots and cabbage. This dish differs from other soups by the inclusion of evaporated milk which lends it a rich and creamy flavo...
  • Ginataang Manok - Spicy Chicken in Coconut Milk
    on Jun 24, 2016 in Ulam Chicken Coconut Milk Malunggay Patis
    Spicy Chicken in Coconut MilkGinataang Manok is a Filipino dish which starts with sautéing the typical garlic, ginger and onion. The chicken is then added and everything is stewed together in coconut milk resulting in very rich and creamy  dish a...
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