The Introvert Kitchen’s Chili con Carne

We love Chili con Carne here at home and I normally cooked it once a month. When I stumbled on some write-ups and other recipes and it does mention adding dark chocolate in it, I immediately thought of incorporating the very Pinoy ''tablea'' or pure cacao tablets to my own recipe. The result? More tasty … Continue reading The Introvert Kitchen’s Chili con Carne

Baked Biko

I have to give credit to my maternal side's grandparents - my late Lola Dading & Lolo Inting as they make the best biko I have ever tried. I have to be honest that no matter how much I tried, I can never copy the taste but rest assured that my adaptation is still delicious! … Continue reading Baked Biko

Simple & Easy Tiramisu Recipe

Looking for a simple and easy to make dessert that requires a little ingredients? Why not try this simple Tiramisu Recipe below! ๐Ÿ™‚ Next time, I will teach you how to make the authentic version. Ingredients 250 grams mascarpone150 grams heavy creamยผ cup fine sugarabout 25 pieces ladyfingers (savoiardi biscuits in Italian)1 ยผ cup of … Continue reading Simple & Easy Tiramisu Recipe

Tofu Sisig (Sizzling Tofu)

I am very pleased to share with you all this yummy sizzling tofu recipe that you will like for sure! This can be made also into vegan version as well. ๐Ÿ™‚ Ingredients 500 grams firm tofu, cut into bite-sized cubes 1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt1/2 teaspoon garlic powderdash of ground black pepper 1 tablespoon potato … Continue reading Tofu Sisig (Sizzling Tofu)

Blueberry Spread Pancake

Yes, you can make blueberry pancakes using the blueberry spread and it tastes just great! ๐Ÿ™‚ Follow the simple recipe below and don't forget to share it with your special someone! This recipe can make 5-6 regular-sized pancakes. Ingredients 100 grams all-purpose flour1 tablespoon fine sugar1 teaspoon baking powder1/2 teaspoon fine salt1 large egg100 grams … Continue reading Blueberry Spread Pancake

Chicken & Ginger Stir-Fry

Author's Note Aside from Filipino dishes, we also like Thai food here at home. Having traveled to Thailand for several times, we fell in love with Pad Thai, chicken cashew nuts and sticky mango rice and these are just the few that we really like and I enjoyed cooking. For the past weeks, I've been … Continue reading Chicken & Ginger Stir-Fry

Monggo Bread

Monggo/munggo or mung bean in English is another staple in Filipino cooking. We have several recipes depending on the region where you live and we normally prepare monggo dishes every Friday for religious reasons. Aside from the savory monggo dish that I love, monggo bread is something I like that I can eat it every … Continue reading Monggo Bread

Classic Pork Humba

Author's Note Humba is a braised pork dish that is famous in the Visayan region in the Philippines. Humba is a bit sweet because of the added sugar and it has fermented black soybeans added along with dried banana blossoms that makes this dish more distinct from its more famous cousin, adobo. Also, this dish … Continue reading Classic Pork Humba

Passion Fruit Gin & Tonic

Description This is a very simple cocktail that needs only a glass to mix and to drink as well. The sweetness of the passion fruit syrup will remind you of a tropical summer that we all wished for now during the start of the cold season! ๐Ÿ™‚ Ingredients 20 ml. dry gin 20 ml. passion … Continue reading Passion Fruit Gin & Tonic

Beer-battered Banana Fritters

Description One of my all-time favorite snacks would be fried bananas! It can be in any form, from simple fried to sugar-coated banana cue to a little fancier fried bananas with cinnamon sugar. For this banana fritters recipe, I used ice-cold beer to enhance the texture of the batter - making it very fluffy and … Continue reading Beer-battered Banana Fritters