Buto is the Filipino word for bones or seeds. buto ng pakwan watermelon seed buto ng kalabasa squash seed Buto ng isda are bones of the fish which should be removed before eating the fish Buto ng Baboy is good for making soups

Related Articles

Alisan ng buto ■■■■■■■■■
Alisan ng buto is a Filipino term which means to pit or to remove the seeds, particularly of fruits. . . . Read More
Chakkakuru Olarthiyathu ■■■■
Chakkakuru Olarthiyathu is the Malayalam term for Jackfruit seeds Stir-Fry. The jackfruit seeds are stir-fried . . . Read More
Ginisa/Guinisa ■■■■
Ginisa/Guinisa: Ginisa or Guinisa refers to any vegetable, meat or fish which is "sauteed" or "stir-fried". . . . Read More
Ginisa ■■■■
Ginisa is a Filipino term which means to saute with garlic and onions and sometimes tomatoes -Other . . . Read More
Hiwas ■■■■
Hiwas is one of the kinds/varieties of fishes found in the Philippines. Hiwas is also called Bilong-Bilong . . . Read More
Sinigang ■■■■
Sinigang refers to Filipino method of cooking meats, fish or vegetables with sour fruit, like tamarind, . . . Read More
Broth ■■■■
Broth is a liquid food preparation, typically consisting of either water or an already flavored stock, . . . Read More
Modeumjeon ■■■■
Modeumjeon refers to a Korean pancake which contains various ingredients which includes egg, fish, pumpkin, . . . Read More
Fugu-chiri ■■■■
Fugu-chiri: Fugu-Chiri is a Japanese dish of cooked, sliced raw Fugu meat in a stew pan. It is also called . . . Read More
Giniling na baboy ■■■
Giniling na baboy is a Filipino term for minced or ground pork. Giniling na baboy can be used in making . . . Read More