Pininyahang Manok – Cooking Filipino


I remember we cooked Pininyahang Manok when we were in grade school under the Home Economics class. Why not cook it again now? Try with me. 😉


45 minutes




1 kilo chicken

1 pack Pineapple tidbits

2-3 Potato

1 Red bell pepper (optional)

1 Small evaporated milk

1-2 cups water


1. Put the chicken on the pan. Let its natural oil come out.

2.  Simmer for 5 minutes

3. Add potato and bell pepper (if any)

4. Add salt & pepper

5. Simmer for 5 minutes

6. Add 1-2 cups water

7. Simmer for 15-20 minutes

8. Add tidbits

9. Simmer for 10 minutes

10. Add evaporated milk

11. Simmer for 2 more minutes

12. Serve and enjoy!

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Easy Ground Pork (Giniling) – Cooking Filipino


Look what is inside the fridge to decide what to cook for lunch. In my case, the ingredients I found told me to cook Ground pork. Let us start.


45 minutes


5 Garlic

1 Onion

1/2 kilo Ground pork

Small Potato (diced)

Small Carrot (diced)

Salt and pepper (julliened/dice)

4 tbsp. Cooking oil

2-4 Eggs (boiled or fresh)

1 cup water

Green peas/raisins (optional)




1. Heat the pan. Add cooking oil

2. Next is onion then garlic

3. Add potato

4. Add carrot

5. Add bell pepper

6. Mix

7. Add ground pork

8. Add water

9. Simmer for 15 minutes

10. Add fresh eggs. Don’t mix.

11. After 5 minutes mix slowly.

12. Simmer for 5-8 minutes

13. Add raisins/green peas (optional)

14. Ready to serve.

15. Enjoy!

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Easy Grilled Liempo – Cooking Filipino


Grilled Liempo is perfect for outdoor events such as reunion, swimming, and parties or just a simple lunch or dinner at home. Filipinos are known to like BBQs and one of those is Liempo. This is juicy and no need for sawsawan. Wanna bet? Let us see if you will crave for this. 😉


2.5 hours – 24 hours


1 kilo liempo

4 gloves garlic

1 pineapple juice

250ml soy sauce

1/4 brown sugar


4 people


1. Mix carefully the soy sauce, pineapple juice, brown sugar.

2. Add liempo

3. Add garlic

4. Marinate for 2 hours to 24 hours (best)

5. Put the liempo on the grill

6. Baste with the marinade sauce

7. Grill for 5 minutes each side.

8. Continue to turn until your desired doneness of the meat.

9. Chop to bite size for convenience.

10. Serve and enjoy!

*No sauce/dip needed. This recipe is juicy from inside and out. Did I say delicious?

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