Arroz a la Cubana

Wikipedia says that Arroz a la cubana, means Cuban-style rice. Maybe the Philippines version came from our Spanish ancestors. The Philippine version consists of rice; ground beef sauteed with onions, garlic, tomato sauce, diced potatoes and diced carrots; a fried egg and a native plantain (saba), sliced length-wise and fried. I love dishes with anythingRead More

Two Delectable Ways with Menudo

Menudo has been a mainstay in any Filipino dinner table. This rich dish of cubed pork, liver, potatoes, with a tomato base comes in as many variations as there are ingredients available to the adventurous cook. I am sure each of us have different way of cooking menudo. Chef Jill Sandique shares two exceptional versionsRead More

Quick & easy recipe: Creamy Carbonara in an Instant

The Real Carbonara Spaghetti is not really creamy. The noodles are coated in eggs and cheese. There is another way to cook this. Creamy Spaghetti Carbonara , Pinoy style—so easy and takes only 30 minutes from start to finish. This recipe is really handy when you suddenly have guests that arrive or you are aRead More