Photo of hardinera by Mildred Cruz. Hardinera (from the Spanish jardinera) is a famous meatloaf dish from Quezon Province. It is traditionally prepared in a llanera (oval-shaped tin mold). Recipe and more information about this Filipino specialty dish after the website upgrade. Please do check back. Salamat!
Giniling na baboy (ground pork) with sliced Filipino hotdogs by John Braza… What distinguishes Filipino hotdogs? Most prominently perhaps it’s the bright red color. And yes, it’s artificial color! Popular brands: San Miguel Purefoods Tender Juicy Hotdogs and RFM Swift Mighty Meaty Hotdogs.
Known as Cocido madrileño by the Spaniards, pochero had been until recent decades a traditional Sunday dinner for Filipinos. It is a meat stew with lots of vegetables. Among the typical components of putsero are potatoes, cabbage, saba bananas, baguio beans, garbanzos, onions and garlic. Other ingredients are tomato sauce, sugar, salt and white pepper. […]