The Filipino likes cockfights. When his rooster loses, it is called talunan and goes into a pot. A special recipe is needed to make it tender. A talunan is tougher than a coop-bred chicken but tastes better. After all, being a spoiled fighting cock, it was fed particularly well and massaged and deloused by its […]
Photo and Cooking by Mayette Garcia Ingredients: chicken, eggs, rice, calamansi… Mga sangkap: manok, itlog, kanin, kalamansi Complete recipe to be posted after the website update. Please check back soon!
Video Clip by Mayette Garcia: Cooking Tinola INGREDIENTS FOR TINOLA 1 kilogram chicken breast 1/2 kilogram green papaya or chayote 1/2 cup sili leaves or malunggay 2 pcs. minced garlic 1 pc. onion sliced 3 cups water 2 tbsp. sliced ginger 1 tbsp. cooking oil salt to taste HOW TO COOK TINOLA Saute the […]
Pinikpikan is a dish from the mountains of the Cordillera region in the Philippines. It is prepared by beating a live chicken with a stick prior to cooking. This is done to tenderize the meat and induce blood clotting. More details to be posted after the website upgrade. Please check back!