Ingredients: 1 kg ground pork 1/2 cup brown sugar 4 tablespoons soy sauce 4teaspoons fine salt 1 tablespoon hot sauce 2 tsp black pepper 1 tablespoon garlic, minced 2 eggs, beaten Cooking Instructions: Mix everything by hand in a large Continue reading →
This Chicken Barbeque recipe is a Filipino version which is on the sweeter side as compared to other chicken barbeque recipes. The fondness of Filipinos to grilling or cooking over hot charcoals is so evident. You can buy the chicken barbeque along street corners and in front of your neighbour’s house.
Ube kalamay is a type of Filipino “kakanin” (also referred to as rice cake). It made from grated purple yam, which is known as “ube” in the Philippines. The other ingredients as far as this recipe is concerned are glutinous rice flour, white sugar, and ube flavoring. This has a sweet taste and it is gooey (soft and sticky). I enjoy eating ube kalamay as meryenda in the middle of the afternoon. It can also be eaten during breakfast with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate.
Cuba Travel Guide for Filipinos and British Passport Holders. Cuba Travel Guide for Filipinos and British Passport Holders (Aside from some specific visa and travel details for my fellow Filipinos, this article is applicable to any nationality!) We don’t claim to be experts on Cuba as we only had a week visiting this beautiful country, however, we wanted to share our experience of British and Filipino traveling to Cuba, as well as useful Cuba travel information for any nationalities.