Recommended Videos


FOOD SPOTLIGHT: Iloilo's La Paz Batchoy

Have you tried this flavorful noodle soup?
La Paz Batchoy is hearty noodle soup that originated in La Paz, Iloilo. It has a pork-and-beef stock that makes it extra flavorful, plus the broth has dried shrimp or shrimp paste, too. Fresh miki noodles are commonly used but in some establishments, ...

Batchoy, Humba, And More: Which Of These Regional Dishes Do You Miss Most?

Go on a virtual food trip with these dishes. We have recipes!
Nostalgia can be the reason why you're missing certain food. The dishes you grew up eating at the dinner table and loved to eat whenever it was served will and can leave an indelible mark on your taste buds as well as your ...

Sarsa's Batchoy Kit Is Just What You Need On A Cold, Rainy Day

And yep, it's available for delivery!
So maybe you’ve tried one of those ramen kits—why not try something a little more local, for a change? Sarsa Kitchen+Bar is offering a selection of their famous dishes for delivery, one of which is the Batchoy (P680/serves three to four). It ...

A Food Fan's Guide To Iloilo: Batchoy, Molo Soup, And More

Come hungry and go home satisfied!
When one thinks of food destinations in the Western Visayas, Iloilo should be on anyone’s list. Iloilo’s famous batchoy, hearty molo soup, and the fresh seafood are just some of the best eats the province has to offer. This is one province ...

Kapampangan-style Batchoy (Batsui) Recipe

Pampanga's version of the batchoy is a clear pork soup without any noodles.
Pampanga has some delicious recipes, including their versions of other dishes that others may not be more familiar with. The batchoy is one of these dishes that they made their own. What makes their version different is that it doesn't contain any noodles. It's a clear ...

WATCH: How to Make La Paz-style Batchoy

Little else comes close to a comforting broth such as batchoy.
 Batchoy is a hearty Filipino noodle soup which originated from La Paz in Iloilo. What's different about this Visayan version from the Tagalog version is that La Paz-style batchoy uses a pork-and-beef stock flavored with dried shrimp or shrimp paste. Fresh miki noodles ...

WATCH: How to Make Batchoy Tagalog

This batchoy recipe uses fine strands of misua for a savory noodle soup that's perfect for a rainy day!
Batchoy Tagalog is a variant of the popular Visayan noodle soup, La Paz Batchoy. This soup recipe uses pork liver, misua noodles, chili leaves, and ginger that all give the dish its distinct flavor and aroma. 2 tablespoons cooking oil1 tablespoon garlic, sliced1/2 cup ...

Lechon Kawali Batchoy Recipe

Have you tried jusing lechon kawali in your batchoy?
How do we make noodle soup extra special? By topping it with crispy lechon kawali, chicharon bits, and soft-boiled eggs ...

WATCH: How to Eat Your Way Around Iloilo City

There's more than just batchoy in Iloilo!
Have you visited Iloilo? Make sure to come hungry and get your fill of the city's homegrown hits. Read the full story in the February 2017 issue of Yummy magazine for a list of good eats in the birthplace of batchoy. Grab a ...

Batchoy Tagalog

The more popular Visayan batchoy uses thin egg noodles while this Luzon variant opts for the finer misua instead.
The more popular Visayan batchoy uses thin egg noodles while this Luzon variant opts for the finer misua instead. ...

La Paz-Style Batchoy Recipe

When it gets nippy, have a steaming bowl of broth and noodles flavored with all-Pinoy flavors.
Little else comes close to a comforting broth such as batchoy. When it gets nippy, there's no better companion than a steaming bowl of broth and silky noodles flavored with all-Pinoy flavors.Batchoy, for those unfamiliar with the dish, is a chicken and ...
Load More