The food glossary +++ 'Ubod', 'Umutsima', 'Unagiya / Unagi Ya'
yeast, baking powder or baking soda.
soup to make it "sweet and tender". Cinnamon, cloves and pepper were principal spices. It is not difficult to cook Ukha. But real Ukha must be cooked on the fire or at least on the oven.
Onaga in Japan. It is a tender, moist fish popular in making sushi.
a la Roteña or Urta refers to Spanish dish made of a special local red-skinned fish (Sea bream) that is usually cooked (baked) with tomatoes and onions.
Atsara is the Filipino word which refers to pickled grated papaya. Used as a side dish and as accompaniment . . . Read More
Panghimagas is the Filipino word for "Dessert", a sweets taken after meals. Examples are minatamis na . . . Read More
Binuro refers to a Filipino cooking term that uses salt as a preservative or using salt to preserve food. . . . Read More
Buro is the Filipino word for "pickled" or "fermented". Just putting the food which is to be pickled/fermented . . . Read More
Gatas is a Filipino word for Milk; - There are several kinds/varieties of Gatas in the Philippines, the . . . Read More
Daing refers to a Filipino word which usually means dried fish. However, daing can also be prepared by . . . Read More
; Belekoy is a Filipino delicacy/sweet which said to orginated from Bulacan, one of the Philippine . . . Read More
Ginisang Munggo refers to a Filipino dish of sauteed mung beans. The mung beans are boiled and then sauteed . . . Read More
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Giniling na baboy is a Filipino term for minced or ground pork. Giniling na baboy can be used in making . . . Read More
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Giniling na baka is a Filipino term for minced or ground beef. Giniling na baka is a well known ingredient . . . Read More