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Elyu's Famous Bagnet Is Now In Makati

Need a quick bagnet and pares fix?
As much as we love being in the city, some of us just can't help but long for the feeling of sand beneath our feet and the sounds of the ocean in our ears. La Union, in particular, has been quite the hotspot to ...

Here's Where You Can Find Ilocos Bagnet And Fresh Ilocos Empanadas!

You don't need to go on a road trip!
When in Ilocos, one of the dishes on your buck-eat list is the bagnet. Did you know that Ilocos bagnet is often referred to as chicharon by the Ilocanos? You can definitely eat this as chicharon and dip it in spiced sukang Iloko, ...

A Simple Trick To Make Meatballs Better: Add Chicharon To It!

Plus, other recipes with chicharon!
Chicharon is irresistible! Whether you love the pork rind chicharon or the crunchy chicken skin, chicharon will always be the crispy, crunchy, and savory bite snack that a lot of people love.  It's just not chicharon if it doesn't have that crunch!We do know that there are only so many ...

You Have To Try This Hidden Restaurant's Delicious Tofu Sisig!

This hidden restaurant in Poblacion knows how to do tofu dishes right.
Along the street of Kalayaan Avenue, there’s a hidden gem of a restaurant (with no signage!) sitting right above a Ministop branch. You have to look for a black and white painting of an eye to know you're in the right place. Once ...

Ilocano Delicacies You Should Buy For Pasalubong

Bagnet, longganisa, and more!
There are a lot of reasons to go to Ilocos, which evidently, are also the reasons why one would like to stay. This province is the home to Paoay Church with Baroque architecture, Cape Bojeador Lighthouse that overlooks the South China Sea, ...

Have You Tried Pampanga's Version Of Chicharon?

This isn't your typical chicharon.
As sinful as chicharon (fried pork rinds) is, it’s admittedly one of the many Filipino dishes that’s difficult to eat it in moderation. It’s hard not to go for a second or third bite of this porky snack, especially when it’s served ...

Ready-To-Cook Bagnet And Chicharon Bulaklak Will Make Your Porky Dreams Come True

Plus, you don’t have to travel all the way to Ilocos Norte just to have your bagnet fix!
Chica’s Chicharronia, a small resto serving porky hits, has been serving its popular crispy bagnet, chicharon bulaklak, and other Filipino pulutan dishes since 2016. Now, you can have your pork favorites whenever the craving hits because Chica’s best-selling crispy pork now come in ...

This Is What People Eat For Noche Buena Around The Philippines

What’s on their table spread this Christmas?
Noche Buena, which is Spanish for “night of goodness,” is the bountiful feast served during the eve of Christmas. The typical Noche Buena spread for most Filipino gatherings include the hamonado, embutido, baked macaroni, bringhe (local paella), and sometimes, lechon. But this isn't the same ...

Did You Know That Bagnet is Called "Chicharon" in Ilocos?

This deep-fried pork dish (or slab of heaven?) is one of the reasons you head up North.
Crunchy, savory, indulgent: The Ilocano bagnet is boiled and deep-fried to achieve the crispy, crunchy pork skin. It’s a cross between crispy pata and lechon kawali, both of which have crispy meat that is not too dry.In Paoay, Ilocos, Herencia’s bagnets are ...

Home-style Bagnet

This life of the party takes just five common ingredients and a turbo broiler to make.
Try this bagnet recipe! This life of the party takes just five common ingredients and a turbo broiler to make. ...

Tokwa't Bagnet Recipe

This take on tokwa't baboy is made even more delicious by using an Ilocos specialty - bagnet.
This deconstructed take on tokwa’t baboy is made even more delicious by using an Ilocos specialty - bagnet. Delight your guests by serving the pork and tofu pieces on single-serve plates. For a complete merienda, serve with congee. ...

Bagnet Chicharon Recipe

For the perfect beer match, indulge in these crispy pork cracklings (chicharon).
For the perfect beer match, indulge in these crispy pork cracklings (chicharon). Sprinkle with paprika seasoning or dip in tangy homemade sour cream for a gourmet twist ...
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