Showing posts from June, 2021

Chicken Feet Curry, Lutong Pinoy

Chicken Feet Curry, Lutong Pinoy Most Pinoy will most likely shun away from the very aromatic and spicy standard curry dish. Pinoys have however develop a version of chicken curry is far milder and with very minimal aromatic ingredients. At times the curry ingredients are so minimal that a curry lover foreigner will not even categorize the Pinoy curry as a real curry dish. Never the less this version of curry is one of the favorite of a lot of Pinoy. On this recipe instead of using chicken meat, I opted to use chicken feet. The resultant dish is a delicious curry dish with thick and creamy sauce. To make the dish I have to pre-boil the chicken feet with lemongrass, ginger, garlic, peppercorns and some bay leaf to get rid of that gamey taste of the chicken feet. Cooking is method is basically similar to my other curry recipes. Check out my other curry recipes. Other Chicken feet recipes: Chicken Feet Adobo with Tausi Chicken Feet Asado, Braised Chicken Feet Braised Chicken Feet  Ingre

Sweet and Sour Maling, Pinoy Lunch

Sweet and Sour Maling, Pinoy Lunch Sweet and sour is a special dish to most Pinoy. Maling, is the most popular budget canned meat loaf to most Pinoy. Overseas Pinoy Cooking share this innovative Maling meat loaf dish that is affordable, and easy to prepare with simple ingredients that are readily available at your neighborhood Sari-Sari Store or Pinoy and Asian store if you are overseas. Try also our Sweet and Sour Ham with Pineapple Sweet and Sour Maling Ingredients: 1 big can Maling, cut into cubes 2 small pack tomato sauce 1 small can Sliced Pineapple, cut into small wedges, keep aside the syrup 2 medium sized onion, quartered 1 medium sized bell green or red pepper, deseeded, cut into small squares 1 stalk celery and spring onion, chopped 3 slices ginger, skinned, cut into strips 1 medium sized onion, chopped 1/2 bulb garlic, crushed, skinned, chopped parsley for garnish Cooking Procedure: Heat about 1 cup of cooking oil in a large wok. When the oil start to smoked stir in the Ma