Lutu-lutuan #4 : Pork Sisig

Sisig is not a typical dish we would cook on a daily basis. But you can easily find a stall that’s selling this nowadays… a regular on karinderya’s and Filipino restaurants… and a favorite pulutan (food served to pair with alcoholic drinks) for Filipinos. I’m not sure how authentic sisig is being cooked, but the…

Lutu-lutuan #3: Egg Salad Sandwich Spread

It’s Sunday and I promised that I would try my best to update this blog with posts at least once a week. I don’t actually cook during weekdays and I usually spend my Saturdays fan-girling and watching the TV series (Korean TV series and variety shows at that). Yesterday, I actually posted series of KPop…

Lutu-lutuan #2: Kalderetang Baka (Beef Caldereta)

Earlier today, I asked my parents to confirm the ingredients and process for our second lutu-lutuan. When I told them that I started a blog to post recipes, they were more than delighted! I’m a natural tamad when I’m at home during weekends and having this blog would require me to cook at least. One…

Lutu-lutuan #1: Kanin (Rice)

Rice is the most common staple food in the Philippines. We have rice on our table for almost every meal of the day – breakfast, lunch, dinner! So I decided that my first post should be about rice. 😀   Rice : Water Ratio Regardless where you will cook rice – in a kaldero (steel…