BICOL

Love Laing? We Have Tips On How To Properly Cook Gabi Leaves

There's a technique to a no-itch laing recipe.
Laing is a delicious and iconic dish from Bicol that's considered a staple in many households. It's an incredibly creamy vegetable dish made from local ingredients that are found plentiful in the area. This means it's loaded with gata (coconut cream), bagoong alamang (shrimp paste), dahon ng ...

Bicol's Best: Discover Bicol in Your Own Kitchen

Go beyond laing and Bicol express, and uncover the delicious delicacies of this beautiful region.
Whether you’re from Bicol or not, you’re most likely already a fan of Bicolano cuisine. Rich with gata (coconut cream) and spiced up with labuyo (bird chili), it’s a balancing act they’ve pulled off in most of their dishes. Even better is ...

5 Red Hot Bicolano Recipes You Need To Learn

It's all about those coconuts and chilies!
We love Bicolano food. The eastern Philippine region's cuisine is iconic for its use of rich coconut milk, spicy chilies (uncharacterstic in most Filipino cuisines) and taro leaves or gabi. Their food is often rich, bright with spice, and packed with fresh produce.Given ...

Adobong Manok sa Gata

The chilies and coconut milk give this adobong manok that Bicolano touch.
The traditional adobong manok gets that Bicolano touch with two of the region’s cooking staples—chilies and coconut milk. For a fuller flavor, use native chicken. ...

Tinutungan na Dinuguan Recipe

Among the main ingredients of this dish is burnt coconut, hence the term "tutong" in the name of the dish.
Among the main ingredients of this dish is burnt coconut, hence the term "tutong" in the name of the dish. Make and share this favorite pork dinuguan recipe with a twist in three easy steps. ...

Spinach and Sili Leaves Laing Pasta

Here's a Bicolano twist on the Italian classic—laing on a bed of fetuccine.
Here's a Bicolano twist on the Italian classic—laing on a bed of fetuccine. ...
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