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Recipe of Paella De Cordero of Chef Miguel de Alba of Alba Ristorante Espanol

Recipe of Paella De Cordero of Chef Miguel de Alba of Alba Ristorante Espanol
Here’s one of my favorite recipe that Chef Miguel de Alba made during his demonstration in one of the Maya Kitchen’s monthly cooking activity that features famous chefs in the Philippines. Chef Miguel is a son of a very well known chef and restauranter Chef Don Anastacio de Alba of Alba Ristorante de espanol here in Manila. Alba Ristorante is very known for their Spanish cuisine especially their Paellas. Paella is a Spanish rice dish mixed with various meats cooked in a shallow pan called Paella Pan. On this recipe, Chef Miguel made an extra ordinary viand of paella. Paella that uses lamb...
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Home Made Chicken Breast Inasal

Home Made Chicken Breast Inasal
Last April, I attended a monthly cooking demo at the Maya Kitchen. It really does make you learn something, something that you can prepare extra ordinary food for your party. Chef Myrna Segismundo of 9501 of ABS-CBN, showed her some of her secrets in cooking and gladly gave me an idea on what to bring on my next potluck party. Here is one of the recipes she (chef myrna) shared to us. Chicken Inasal Chicken Inasal is a native delicacy of Bacolod. This is a chicken barbecue marinated on locally made vinegar from Bacolod. You can buy them at major supermarkets. So far there are only 2 brands of Sinamak...
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Tapa Rice Recipe

Tapa Rice Recipe
Tapa is called by Filipinos on marinated pork or beef sirloin. One of the very famous breakfast by the locas here in the Philippines and they usually call it TAPSILOG (Tapa Sinangag at Itlog). Here in my receipe of Tapa Rice, I made use of theTapa bought in Taal, Batangas. I usually buy Tapa in Taal because it is one of the best I’ve tried. Good thing we have a friend who’s parents sells Sepcial Tapa and Longganisa at the public market of Taal, Batangas. Gerry & Lheen is the name of the stall. GERRY & LHEEN Special Tapa & Longganisa Taal Public Market Taal, Batangas For...
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Chicken Parmigiana Pasta Recipe

Chicken Parmigiana Pasta Recipe
This recipe is a very easy one. All you need are chicken, canned tomato spices and cheese. It is one of my favorite Italian recipe actually and I’ve been cooking Chicken Parmigiana for years. It is really an advantage if you have an internet at home for researching stuffs that you wanted to do, like searching for the food recipe that you ate at your favorite restaurant. There are also times that some ingredients are not available here in our place, so I tend to substitute some possible ingredients to the recipe and creates my own version. I know I have limited cook books here and not all recipes...
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Shepherd’s Pie Recipe (Cottage Pie)

Shepherd’s Pie Recipe (Cottage Pie)
In the Philippines, I notice that they are not really fond of mashing potatoes and I don’t know why. I just notice it, been thinking of a popular Filipino viand that comes with mashed potatoes. Well anyway, Here’s one of my favorite recipes that I’ve got from Chef Sandy Daza  during his cooking demo at the Maya Kitchen in Makati, and I’m planning to serve shepherd’s pie or cottage pie on my Noche Buena on Christmas eve. I think for us, this is the easiest and perfect Noche Buena recipe to be served during Christmas eve. Igredients 1kg of ground beef 5 cloves of garlic...
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Easy Pork Sinigang Recipe

Easy Pork Sinigang Recipe
This recipe is a very very common to Filipino people. Sour soup with lots of veggies plus the meat. Sinigang can be cooked with pork, beef, fish or chicken but chicken sinigang is often called as “Sinampalukang Manok”. Other versions of the dish derive their sourness from ingredients such as guava, calamansi, bilimbi, or unripe mango but tamarind is commonly used by the Pinoy cooks. I live in a city and not all ingredients are available around. Instead of using tamarind fruit for its sourness, I just make use of the tamarind seasoning powder. There are times that we tend to be choosy in...
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