In this Ilocano dish, the shredded green bananas and mashed sweet potatoes thicken the liquid.
The Ilocano version of dinuguan is not soupy but oily—this keeps the dish from spoiling easily.
Do not overcook vegetables - they taste best when they still have a slight crunch to them.
Bagnet from Ilocos tastes extra crunchy when placed on a soft bun!
This life of the party takes just five common ingredients and a turbo broiler to make.
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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