Brave enough for this Bicolano bestseller? Sprinkle more chilies!
The chilies and coconut milk give this adobong manok that Bicolano touch.
This Bicolano dish is actually laing with added kanduli, and wrapped in taro leaves.
You can give this dish a spicy kick by adding siling mahaba or siling pangsigang.
This dish is served most often during the rainy season, partnered perfectly with turon na saging.
Next time you're entertaining, serve guests these mini desserts so they can have a little of everything!
Pack your little one's lunchbox with fun, healthy eats!
Adobo, pancit, and lotsa local "ulam" to chase the blues away.
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