Meat Recipes

Adobo (Basic Ingredients) Recipe

PORK ADOBO is pork stewed in vinegar with garlic, pepper corn, and seasoned with salt. These are the basic ingredients of adobo dish. But nowadays, adobo dish flavor has been enhanced with lots of variations from its basic ingredients. From the simplest adobo ingredients, cooks varies by adding...

Adobo with Pineapple Recipe

Adding pineapple chunks to the adobo dish enhance and yield fruity sweet flavor. As a Filipino, I find adobo really taste good and it’s hard to resist once on the table, but sometimes I simply feel that I am tired of eating same food of same flavor again and again. Having this adobo with...

Adobo with Potato Recipe

There are so many variations we can do with the Philippines classic adobo. Adding potato on it  basically a way of increasing the volume of the food to be prepared.  Sometimes we even add hard boil egg on it. These are actually extenders when the meat available is not enough to fed all of us...

Adobo With Soy Sauce Recipe

Pork Adobo with soy sauce is just one variation of adobo dish. This kind of adobo can easily recognizable because of the dark color of soy. //--> Ingredients: 1 kilo pork including its fat cut into about an inch cubes 1/4 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup white vinegar 1-2 cups water 5 cloves garlic...

Adobong Baka (Beef Adobo)

Adobo (Adobong Baka) is cooked the same way like the ever popular pork or chicken adobo dishes. In general Philippines’ beef is hard, so what I’ve done here is to boil first the meat until it is tender then cook with the adobo ingredients and seasonings. //--> Recipe Ingredients: 1...

Adobong Dilaw Recipe

Adobong Dilaw (yellow color) is a pork stewed in vinegar with turmeric root . The yellowish color of the dish comes from the turmeric. This variation of adobo has fine salty flavor and earthy aroma. No soy sauce added for seasoning, all but natural ingredient to seasoned the pork : salt,...

Arroz A La Cubana

Arroz A La Cubana is a spanish dish but it is also popular in the Philippines. It consist of sauteed ground meat in garlic, onions, tomato, raisins and green peas. It is serve with sunny side up fried egg toppings and fried plantains (saba) banana. This is an easy to made recipe and every...

Batangas Embutido

Batangas Embutido, a Filipino style meatloaf wrapped with banana leaf and cooked by steaming. The staple ingredients are ground pork and hard-boiled egg or salted egg. Vegetables and spices such as carrot, onion, ground pepper, raisin, pickle relish, hotdog are added to make it more flavorful....

Beef Mechado Recipe

Mechado is popular recipe in the Philippines when it comes to cooking meat. Beef meat is stewed in tomato sauce with vinegar, soy sauce, bell pepper, laurel leaf, onions and garlic to about 3 to 4 hours over a slow fire or until the meat becomes tender. I always appreciate slow cooking because...

Beef Morcon Recipe

Beef Morcon is Filipino style roulade consisting with the choice of hotdog, carrot, pork fat, egg slices, and pickled cucumber wrapped in large but thin sliced beef meat. It is stewed, usually, with tomato sauce. However, others preferred their roulade to be cooked with sweetened pineapple...

Bopis Recipe

Bopis is a spicy exotic Filipino dish made out of pig's or beef's heart and lungs sautéed in garlic, onion and chilies. It's a dish that is served occasionally specially during beer drinking sessions in Philippines. I am working in Middle East when I came up with this version of Bopis recipe....

Bulalo Recipe

Bulalo is a beef shank stew, a dish very popular in Southern Luzon places especially Tagaytay City in the Philippines. A soup base dish made of one the best part of the beef – the shank with the knee tendons and bone marrows included. Good tasting flavor bulalo comes not from its seasonings but...