BRINGHE

This Is The Local + Easy Version Of The Spanish Paella That You Should Try

This easy paella version uses ingredients you can get at any supermarket or palengke.
Paella is a common enough dish in the Philippines that when it comes to celebrations and fiestas, so we are not surprised to see it on the buffet table. However, the ingredients that you need for traditional paella—the rice variety, the various seafood, the ...

Bringhe Recipe

Bringhe is a local version of paella, typically served during town fiestas.
Bringhe is a local version of paella, typically served during town fiestas. It’s flavored with fresh coconut milk and turmeric, then cooked in banana leaves for added aroma. ...

Bringhe with Crispy Adobo Flakes Recipe

This bringhe version is topped with crisp adobo flakes!
This rice dish, though closely influenced by Spanish paella, finds its origins in Pampanga. This take is topped with crisp adobo flakes, providing a nice contrast to the tender, sticky grains. ...

Bringhe (Native Paella) Recipe

This is a simplified stovetop-version of paella that moms can easily prepare at home.
Traditionally, bringhe or native paella is made with large pieces of meat, vegetables, green peas, and chorizo. This recipe is a simplified version that moms can easily prepare at home. ...

Brown Rice Bringhe Recipe

This recipe uses brown rice, which is more nutritious than white polished rice.
This recipe uses brown rice, which is more nutritious than white polished rice. ...
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