Blog Posts - Bagoong



Ginisang Bitsuelas - Sautéed Beans with Pork

Sautéed Beans with PorkIn Australia now the weather is cold, only topping 10C today, so when I woke up this morning I was craving a warming recipe for my lunch. Luckily I was able to think of ginisang bitsuelas! I always associate this easy dish w...

Ginisang Bitsuelas (Beans and Pork)

In Australia now the weather is cold, only topping 10C today, so when I woke up this morning I was craving a warming recipe for my lunch. Luckily I was able to think of ginisang bitsuelas! I always associate this easy dish with the onset of the wet...

Six Must Have Filipino Ingredients

Are you looking to learn more about the key ingredients used in Filipino cuisine? Then you have come to the right place. Make sure you stock up on these and you will have the basis to create a wide variety of dishes. The post Six Must Have Filipino I...

Steamed Okra with Shrimp Paste

Filipino Style Recipe: Steamed Okra with Shrimp Paste is an easy and simple Filipino dish. We usually served this every morning together with fried rice. Ingredients: 10 pieces okra, trimmed 2 tablespoons sauteed shrimp paste (recipe) Procedures: 1.
by Filipino Style Recipe on Jun 27, 2015

7 Flavors

Sweet, Sour, Salty, Bitter, Umami, Spicy and Astringent, these are the tastes that this World Fusion Buffet/Cafe/Bakery has in store for everyone. Located at 196 A. Mabini Street, Baranggay Addition Hills, San Juan, Manila, 7 Flavors is an emerging f...
by whatyvonneloves on May 22, 2015

How to Make Fish Sauce (Patis)

Fish sauce or patis is a clear reddish brown liquid of fermented fish. High quality fish sauce with 13.6% protein content and fish paste (bagoong). Materials: Fish of assorted species Enzymes from micro-organisms Salt Equipment: Fermentation vessels...
by Business Diary Philippines on Apr 10, 2015

Bagoong alamang beneficial to human health?

Fish or shrimp paste condiment, locally known as bagoong, is almost inseparable from manggang hilaw and other traditional Filipino delicacies. It persists and remains to be part of our regular diet and is used as a flavor extender in the preparation...
by Business Diary Philippines on Jan 8, 2015

Laing Recipe

Here is an awesome Filipino Laing Recipe just for you. Laing is a Filipino dish composed of dried taro leaves and coconut milk. It was first introduced in the province of Bicol. This dish has been very famous — it is popular within the Philippi...
by Panlasang Pinoy on Jan 5, 2015

Sauteed Shrimp Paste

Filipino Style Recipe: Sauteed Shrimp Paste or Ginisang Bagoong Alamang is popular Filipino dip together with raw mango. Filipino shrimp paste is made from fermented krill(alamang) sauteed in ginger, garlic, onion and tomatoes. This is commonly serve...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Aug 4, 2014

GASTRONOMIC WEEKEND WITH FRIENDS OF 20 YEARS & COUNTING

Paella Moriscos, Corazon Filipino-Hispano Cuisine. Kangkong dish with Lechon Kawali toppings (requested to be a side dish), Corazon. Corazon Iced Tea & Sago’t Gulaman. Corazon’s patio with artificial plants : nothing beats freshness!

Thai Bistro: Authentic Thai Cuisine in Robinsons Magnolia

Just like what I mentioned before, I love Thai cuisine. I love it so much that I tried very hard to convince D to love it as well. I couldn't imagine going out on our dates and missing out on one of my favorite cuisine. Good thing he easily dev...
by Itsberyllicious on Aug 6, 2013

Daludal

Filipino Style Recipe: daludal is a quick and easy vegetable dish popular in northern part of Luzon. The way of cooking is similar to paksiw, the vegetable cooked in a blend of bagoong, vinegar and other ingredients until tender. I used leftover frie...
by Filipino Style Recipe on May 10, 2013

Bagoong Fried Rice

Filipino Style Recipe: bagoong fried rice is another easy and simple rice dish. It is mainly made up of fried rice and shrimp paste and ground pork. Usually served during breakfast together with your favorite dish and soup. Estimated time of preparat...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Mar 18, 2013

Spice Up Your Life With 8 Spices Thai

Among the foreign cuisines I have savored, Thai cuisine takes a special place in my palate. Having been raised to love spicy food, a maxim in my family pervades my choice of food, “the spicier, the better.” Thai restaurants are easy to fi...
by República Negrénse on Feb 5, 2013

Thai Resa Revisited- Affordable and Authentic Thai Cuisine in Quezon City

Remember our discovery of Thai Resa in N.S Amoranto, QC? After our first visit, I swore to come back with D since the place is just near his house. Finally, a Thai restaurant near us. After several months, we're back in Thai Resa for a casual...
by Itsberyllicious on Jan 28, 2013

Kapitolyo Restaurant Series #1 : Nav Modern Thai Cuisine

The Foodies Circle along with D went to Kapitolyo last December for an annual (Yes, I'm hoping it would be a yearly tradition) Christmas dinner. We've always wanted to do a food trip around Kapitoylo, but due to its very far location, we seldom visit...
by Itsberyllicious on Jan 16, 2013

Dusit Thani Thai Restaurant- Fresh and Authentic Thai Cuisine in Glorietta

I love Thai cuisine. My blog has been a proof of that fact way way back. But since it seems that I couldn't drag my family to Thai restaurants, I had to use all my convincing powers to make D appreciate Thai instead. Luckily, I succeeded and he has b...
by Itsberyllicious on Jan 4, 2013

Gerry's Grill Offers Pinoy Condiment- BAGOONG (Shrimp Paste)

Popular restaurant Gerry’s Grill has expanded its menu offers, adding favorite Pinoy condiment Bagoong (shrimp paste) in bottles to its roster of take-home goodies.   Available in regular and spicy flavors, Gerry’s Bagoong is set to perk...
by Itsberyllicious on Nov 21, 2012

Break the Norms, Go for Unusual Mixes

As you may have notice loyal readers, I have not updated this blog that much. Your blogger here now works in an advertising firm, writing industry news. That takes a lot of work, creativity and energy from your truly but its an emotionally-rewarding...
by República Negrénse on Oct 5, 2012

Kare-Kare (Pork)

I’m so happy, I can make kare-kare now! Yay! :) Kare-kare is an ox tail stew with peanut butter to add richness and flavor to the sauce. It’s a popular Filipino specialty dish from Pampanga, you see this in menus of Filipino restaurants s...


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