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All The Unexpected Ways You Can Use Gata

It can become your favorite secret ingredient.
Gata, or coconut milk, is a popular ingredient in Asian cooking. It's common in our regional dishes but that's the only place where it's most prevalent. The recipes that show up on your feed may not reflect all the ways that you can use certain ingredients ...

Gata + Siling Labuyo Makes These Spicy, Creamy Recipes

This combo is what makes these recipes so delicious!
Gata or coconut milk is a sweet, creamy ingredient that goes fabulously well when made spicy using bird's eye chili peppers or siling labuyo. This combo of creamy and spicy is a well-known flavor pairing in the Bicol area in Southern Luzon. It's ...

Corn Pudding (Che Bap) Recipe

This is your mango sago made savory with corn.
Sweet corn kernels are usually associated with savory dishes but if you love this when made into a dessert, such as when made into maja blanca or the mais con yelo,  you need to try this Asian dessert recipe, too. Che bap, or sweet corn ...

Ginataang Tahong Recipe

This recipe is tasty, creamy, and loaded with succulent mussels.
Many tahong recipes are simple yet flavorful, and this is no different. The ingredients to make this recipe is enough to make sure that every bite you take of either the mussels or the thick sauce the seafood are tossed in is bursting with flavor. Think of ...

Here Are Other Ways You Can Cook With Gata More Often

Gata is creamy, aromatic, and delicious!
Gata (coconut milk) is an ingredient we have in abundance and it's one ingredient that can make any dish more delicious. It's a delicious way to amp up the creamy texture and flavors without actually adding any dairy into your dish. If you ...

Everything You Need to Know About Using Gata (Coconut Milk)

This cooking staple can make your dishes extra delicious.
Gata, or coconut milk, is a staple ingredient in many Southeast Asian countries. It’s rich, decadent, earthy, creamy, and not to mention, extremely versatile, too. Its uses cut across both savory and sweet dishes—here is everything you need to know about gata, ...

This Is the Local Ingredient You Should Be Baking with More

Make cakes, tarts, and frosting!
Our islands are rich with some of the best flavors and ingredients out there—most of which we should all make a conscious effort to cook and bake with in our own kitchens at home. One of our favorite ingredients, gata (coconut milk), ...

Pinoy Pantry: Coconut Milk Creations

Loco for coco milk?
Coconut milk, or gata, is a ubiquitous ingredient in Filipino cuisine. Pour some into your stews and braises for added creaminess, whip up a fantastic dessert with it, or pour it over your coffee. Gata is also a great option for a dairy-free milk substitution! 1  Cook ...

Ginataang Halo-Halo Recipe

Try this updated version of ginataan and bite into the chewy rice balls to discover a sweet surprise.
This is one of the creamiest, great tasting, easy no-bake desserts you can make on the stove! It's a coconut milk and sticky rice dessert that you can slurp! Ginataang halo-halo is a rich and creamy dessert dish that is typically served during ...

Puso ng Saging Sa Gata Recipe

Banana blossoms cooked in coconut milk is a healthy Filipino side dish.
Puso ng saging or banana blossoms are the buds that will become the fruit of the banana plant. This Filipino recipe involves cooking the blossoms in coconut milk, resulting in a rich and creamy side dish.Want to add in more delicious and ...
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