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How To: cook filipino pork adobo (dry/sauceless)

Adobo is on of the most famous authentic Filipino dishes there is. There are even a hundred versions of Adobo not just within the Philippines' 7107 islands but also within the country's own unique demographics. There's an adobo in Cebu and there' s an adobo in Bulacan. You can have your adobo sauced like a soup or have it without any sauce and toasted to perfection. your adobo may have pork, chicken or both. Some dishes even include fish and beef. Some have potatoes and others have eggs. The ...

How To: ccok sea food kare kare

This is one of my favorite recipes. Since kare kare is almost always joked as a poorman's stew (your rich before you cook it and you become a poor man when you eat it), this take of the sumptously ox tail, tripe and meat kare-kare really makes you love the dish without drying your wallets dry...

How To: make mamon tostado (a video from pinoyhowto.com

mamon tostado is one of the more familiar bread snack in the philippines. Simply put it is toasted chiffon cake. Instead of the chiffon being fluffy, it becomes crispy and crunchy. The video is not mine. I repeat, it is not mine. I am linking the you tube site so many out there can see how simple it is to have a pinoy snack, anywher

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