Add vinegar, water, garlic, salt, bay leaves and pepper into a large casserole. Bring to a boil. Add the meat, cover and bring to a boil. Simmer and cook for about 30 minutes. Sprinkle liberally with soy sauce and cook for an additional 10 minutes. Remove meat and reduce sauce. Remove sauce to a bowl. Put oil into the casserole and brown cooked meat. Drain oil from the casserole, and return the reduced sauce back with the meat.
Serve with rice.
Yield: 1 servings
A light marinade of Sherry and ginger flavors the shrimp, which are stir-fried with ted bell peppers and green onions. Watercress makes a colorful bed for the shrimp.
Combine shrimp, 2 tablespoons Sherry and grated ginger in large bowl. Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Mix remaining 2 tablespoons Sherry, chicken stock, soy sauce, catsup, cornstarch, rice vinegar, sugar, sesame oil and cayenne pepper in small bowl.
Heat 2 teaspoons peanut oil in wok or heavy large skillet over high heat. Add walnuts and stir-fry for 1 minute. Transfer walnuts to plate using slotted spoon. Add watercress to wok and stir-fry until just wilted, about 1 minute. Divide watercress among plates. Add 2 teaspoons peanut oil, bell peppers and garlic to wok and stir-fry for 1 minute. Add remaining 2 teaspoons peanut oil, shrimp mixture and onions and stir- fry for 1 minute. Stir stock mixture, add to wok and cook sauce until clear and thick, stirring frequently, 2 minutes.
Spoon sauce and shrimp over watercress. Sprinkle with walnuts and serve.
NOTE: You can use Jufran sauce rather than catsup. Jufran is a Philippino sauce that’s looks and tastes much like catsup. It’s made from bananas and other stuff, however and has a more complex and interesting taste. It comes in both mild and hot forms. The mild is not too hot++somewhat like a spicy catsup. The hot stuff is much hotter, although not intolerably so. If you use this, be prudent about how much cayenne you use, at least the first time until you can see how they balance out.
Makes four servings; about 265 calories per serving.
Dust chicken and pork pieces in flour, salt and pepper. Brown quickly in hot oil. Saute garlic, onions, tomatoes and tomato sauce in separate pot. Pour 2 cups water and let boil. Add browned chicken, pork, bayleaf, oregano and bell pepper. Simmer for 30 minutes or until tender. Add potatoes and cook until tender. Add salt and pepper according to taste. You may thicken the sauce by adding flour dissolved in water into the pot. Finally, add peas and pimento and cook for another 3 minutes. Serve with rice.
Fry pork pieces in hot oil. Saute garlic, onions and tomatoes after pork has browned. Add the rest of the ingredients and let simmer until pork is tender. If desired, let water reduce. Serve with rice.
Cut oxtail into 3 inch pieces. Boil once and discard water. Boil again until tender. Saute garlic and onion in oil. Add achuete water, sauteed garlic and onions to meat and bring to a boil. Add vegetables and enough water to make a sauce. Add the powdered rice and peanut butter dissolved in 3/4 cup water into the meat. Season with salt, pepper and MSG. Serve with Bagoong Alamang on the side.
Saute garlic, onions and tomato in a little oil. Add alamang. Saute for another minute.
Place gabi on the bottom of cooking pot. Put the pork, shrimp, ginger, coconutmilk and water on top and let boil until pork is tender. Add bagoong and siling labuyo, stirwell. Note: To make the dish spicier, crush siling labuyo. Let cook for another 5 minutes.
Cook onion and garlic in oil until tender. Add pork, shrimp, garbanzo beans and ham.Simmer uncovered for 5 minutes, stirring frequently. Add carrots, green beans and water. Cook for another 5 minutes. Add cabbage and salt, stir until cabbage is done. When all of the vegetables are cooked, let the dish cool. To prepare egg roll wrappers, cook one side only on a lightly greased skillet until wrappers are slightly brown. Cook one side only.
To assemble, place an eggroll skin unbrowned side up on one corner facing you.Top with a lettuce leaf and 1/3 cup cooled vegetable mixture. Roll up, folding in one end of eggroll wrapper and leaving other end open. Serve immediately with Brown Sauce.
*Brown Sauce In a saucepan, mix 1/2 cup sugar and 1 tbsp. cornstarch. Stir 1 cup chicken broth and 2 tbsps. soy sauce. Cook and stir until mixture bubbles, lower heat and add 1 clove finely chopped garlic. Cook until thickened.
Get color from achuete seeds (Place seeds in 1/3 cup water and stir around. Water should turn red.) then discard when done. Saute garlic, onions and tomatoes; add pork and cook until done. Add potatoes and water, if the dish is a little dry. Add liver when potatoes are done. Season as desired and bring to a boil. Serve hot with rice.
Wash the pig’s trotters under running water and place in a large pan. Cover completely with cold water. Bring to a boil and season with salt, pepper and MSG. Cover the pan with a tight fitting lid, lower the heat and simmer gently until meat is cooked. Drain meat. Heat the oil in another large pan until it is almost smoking. Deep fry trotters for a few minutes until the skin is golden and crispy.
Mix flour, egg, shrimp juice, baking powder, garlic and salt. Blanch the mung bean sprouts and shrimp. Finely cut green onions and mix all ingredients together. Heat oil for frying. When oil is hot enough, take the mixture and fry it in the shape of pancakes. The ukoy will be done when the outside is brown and crispy. Serve with a sauce made with vinegar, salt, pepper and garlic.
Heat oil in a pan (or wok if possible). Sautee garlic and onion slices until the onion is transparent. Add chicken and pork. Cook until pork is brown. Add half of the chicken stock. Boil for about three minutes. Add salt, soy sauce or patis to taste. Also sprinkle some ground black pepper. Simmer for about another three minutes. Add shrimps, mushrooms, carrots and other ingredients except the noodles itself. Simmer for another 3 minutes or so (covered). Add the remaining stock. Adjust the taste with salt, pepper, patis and soy sauce. Add the noodles. Mix thoroughly until noodles are soft.
Garnish with sliced green onions and sliced lemon. Serve with lemon juice.
Boil mussels in water just enough to cover them. Add ginger and onions. Once the shells are opened, add spinach leaves. Simmer for about two minutes. Add pepper and salt to taste. Serve hot.
1. Marinate the meat in the vino blanco or rum, soy sauce, garlic, salt, pepper and vinegar, for at least two hours. Drain.
2. Fry meat till golden, pour off excess oil and add buko juice. Simmer till tender and adobo begins to give off oil. Fry the extra garlic and sprinkle on the adobo before serving.
Yield: 24 servings
Lumpia: Stir fry at high heat in a equal parts sesame-soybean oil blend, ginger, garlic, lemongrass, carrot, cabbage, mustard, mushrooms, bean sprouts. Add the lime leaves, cilantro & mint and season with the oyster sauce, fish, soy and chili paste to taste, keeping the vegetables crisp. Set aside to cool. Fold in the cooked rice noodles with the vegetable mixture.
In a hot saute pan stir fry the chopped shrimp in sesame-soybean oil with chopped ginger & garlic, finishing with the same seasonings of fish soy, oyster sauce & chili paste. Combine the shrimp with the vegetable/noodle mixture.
Assemble: On a lumpia wrapper, place a mound of the shrimp vegetable mix, brush the edges lightly with egg, then roll the mixture up folding in the edges to close the ends. Pan fry in soy bean oil til golden brown & crispy and drain well on paper towels. Place the orange chili sauce on a plate and slice the rolls at an angle, arrange on the sauce & garnish with a spoonful of the diced fruit salsa, mint, cilantro and black seeds.
Sauce: In a sauce pan, add the wine, vinegar, oranges cut in half and squeezed (include rind & skin). Bring to a boil. Add the lingham chili sauce, simmer for about 5 minutes, and strain. Set aside warm.
Yield: 6 servings
Boil the pork in a pot until tender and the fat comes out. Remove the pork from the pot and drain. Put the lard in a large skillet and saute the pork, garlic, onion and bean curd. Add the shrimp, string beans, cabbage, sweet potatoes and a little water. Season with the salt and cook over medium heat until tender. Set aside on a platter to cool, add the celery on top.
Sift the flour into a bowl. In another bowl, mix the salt with the water. Add 1 cup of salted water to the flour to make a stiff dough. Beat the dough hard against the sides of the mixing bowl to soften and make it elastic. Add more of the water to soften the dough. Continue beating and adding water until the mixture becomes very elastic and has a consistency of heavy cream. Use only enough water to achieve this consistency. Heat a frying pan greased with pork fat and pour in about 2 tablespoons of the thin batter, tilting the pan to spread the batter as thin as possible. Turn the wrapper when it can be freed from the frying pan And fry quickly on the other side. Remove from pan. Do the same with the rest of the batter.
To serve, put 2 tablespoons of lumpia mixture in each wrapper and fold into a tight roll. Serve with lumpia sauce.
LUMPIA SAUCE Cook over low heat until thick, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and let cool.
Yield: 2 servings
In a large heavy saucepan, heat the oil over medium heat. When it is hot, add the chiles. Stir for a few seconds or until they swell and darken. Remove chiles with a slotted spoon and set aside. Put as many cubes of meat into the pan as will fit without crowding.
Brown the meat on all sides and repeat until all of the meat is browned. Remove meat from pan.
Put the onion and garlic into the pan and cook for 2 minutes, scraping up any pan juices. Put in the black peppercorns, cinnamon and bay leaves. Stir and cook another minute. Return the meat to the pan with its accumulated juices, the chiles, the reserved marinade and the tomato paste. Stir and cook for 1 minute. Add 2 cups water and bring to a boil. Cover, turn the heat to low and cook for 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, peel the potatoes and cut them into 1 1/2-inch cubes. When the meat has cooked for 15 minutes, add the potatoes. Cover and continue to cook for 45-60 minutes or until the meat is tender. Seed the bell pepper and cut it into 1/4-inch wide strips. When the meat is tender, put the peppers and olives into the stew. Stir and cook another 3-5 minutes. Joyce Jumpering writing in the San Jose Mercury News, 5/19/93.
Serves 6 people
NOTES :For the faint of heart, you can always substitute lamb in place of next door’s rover, but the meat will not be as sweet or as rich in flavor.
h2>Directions 1. Saute ribs garlic onions and salt to taste until brown.
1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. 2. Mix thoroughly. 3. Roll 1 ½ cups of mixture in foil. 4. Steam for 1 hour. 5. Let cool. 6. Chill for 4 hours or overnight. 7. Slice diagonally
Saute garlic, onions, and ground meat in oil. Stir in the water and simmer until the meat is cooked, and the mixture almost dry.
Season with salt and pepper, then add the spring onions. Blend in a little flour to get a moulding consistency. Shape mixture into firm separate forms the size and shape of eggs.
Cover individually with the mashed potato mixture. Roll each one in bread crumbs. Set aside.
Heat the oil for frying. Dip the potato-meat “eggs” into slightly beaten eggs, then fry. Serve with a hot sauce.
Mix the pork, sausages, brain, and pickles well until blended thoroughly. Lay and spread the deboned chicken. Spread the filling over it and arrange the chicken and chorizo strips, and the eggs in the center.
Form into a roll; then, sew it up and roll in a piece of cheesecloth. Drop the roll into boiling chicken stock. Cook for about two hours.
When done, remove the roll from the stock. Drain and lay the roll on a platter. Place a weight on top of the cooked galantina to press it a bit. Allow to cool. When cool, remove the cheesecloth. Keep the galantina refrigerated.
To serve, slice and arrange on a platter. Garnish with parsley or kinchay.
The chilli paste found in restaurants is a combination of chillies, garlic and oil. Combine chopped chillies and mashed garlic then simmer for around 20 minutes or till most of the water has evaporated. Add oil, simmer and stir well. From: http://karen.mychronicles.net/wp-trackback.php/6
1 Mix all ingredients until very smooth.
Categories: Fish Filipino Main dish Yield: 4 servings
1. With sharp knife, cut along back of the fish and remove the backbone. Rub fish inside and out with lemon slices, sprinkle with salt and pepper. 2. Mix tomatoes, onions and green onions. Stuff fish with the mixture through its back opening. Wrap in foil and grill over live coals until done. (about 15 minutes on each side). 3. Serve with lemon wedges or with a lemon juice and patis (fish sauce) dip. Preparation and cooking time: 45 minutes Serves 4 Recipes Submitted By MICHELLE BRUCE On 04-06-95
Got down my single Filipino cook book and found this little gem. My grasp of Tagalog is non-existent but I’d guess that the name translates as “Squid Adobo”. At any rate, it’s squid stewed in vinegar. I assume that the reference to “native vinegar” refers to nipa sap vinegar (sukang paombong). The bottle I have is a milky looking vinegar that tastes pretty much like any vinegar so I imagine that you have some latitude on what type you can use. For those of you who have never tried it, Filipino food is an intriguing cuisine that has elements of Southeast Asian, Chinese and Mexican or Spanish influences. It has everything from spring rolls (lumpias) to rellenos dishes. Wash the squids very well. Remove the long thin membrane in the head and slit the eyes to bring out the ink. Place the squids in a saucepan with vinegar, 6 cloves garlic crushed, salt and pepper. Cover and cook slowly until the squids are tender. Cut cooked squids into 1/2 inch slices crosswise. Crush remaining garlic and saute in a little lard in another pan. Add the onion and tomatoes and cook until tomatoes are very soft. Add the squids and the liquid in which they were boiled. Simmer for 7 minutes. Season with salt, pepper and vet-sin.
From “Favorite Filipino Recipes” by Pat Limjuco Dayrit. Paul Hamlyn Pty Limited. Dee Why West, New South Wales. 1975. Posted by Stephen Ceideburg; January 24 1991.
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