PAMPANGA

Sisig Saud

This is not your regular sisig because it's grilled and mixed green. It's a whole lot healthier!
This may not be your regular sisig, but it's just as good. Because it's grilled and mixed in with tomatoes and greens, it's even a whole lot healthier! ...

Asadong Matua (Old-Fashioned Pork Asado) Recipe

Also called Asadong Pasko, this dish is not typically served in restaurants.
Also called Asadong Pasko, Asadong Barrio, and Abo-abo in Pampanga, this dish is not typically served in restaurants, says Pampanga native Poch Jorolan. It is a special dish served in households across the province during fiestas and other special occasions.  ...

What To Eat + What To Do in Pampanga

We asked restaurateur and local food guide Poch Jorolan on the joys of eating in the country’s culinary capital.
The food scene in Pampanga is unique because of the people involved. We have quite a number of culinary personalities that are well-known not only in the country but also in the international food scene, like chef Claude Tayag. Our cuisine is ...

We Made Every Meal Count On Our 24-Hour Pampanga Food Crawl

Not a moment, not a step, not a bite, was wasted, and every bit was rewarding on this Pampanga food trip.
“Make sure your sinigang is maasim, your kare-kare is perfect and your morcon, ‘yung cheese galing sa queso de bola,” Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan gives advice for when we invite a Kapampangan to eat dinner in our own home. “Sasabihin talaga sayo,” he ...

WATCH: How To Make Kapampangan Chicken Asado

Tomatoes and a bit of brown sugar gives this asado a tangy, sweet flavor.
Chicken isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you hear asado but trust the people from Pampanga to make something different and delicious. Not only is this asado version made with chicken, but it also has tomatoes. The tomatoes give it a tang but ...

This Beautiful Restaurant in Pampanga Is Also A Furniture Shop

Indulge in delicious Kapampangan food amid pretty furniture pieces
The Souq, which means “marketplace” in Arabic, is indeed a melting pot not just of gastronomic delights but also of ideas and inspiration. Glenda Quiambao, who co-owns The Souq with Allan Bituin and Shy Bala of Pampanga-based furniture shop More Than A ...

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 ...

This Is Our Top Chicken Recipe for 2018

This is an absolute must-try!
This year, the Kapampangan Chicken Asado Recipe topped our most popular chicken recipe list for good reason: the promise of Kapampangan expertise, the ease of cooking chicken, and the familiar Chinese-inspired sweet and sour taste of asado.Key to this version of asado is using fresh ...

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 ...

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 ...

Try Out This Kapampangan Mom's Meal Plan!

Experience what it means to eat like a Kapampangan.
According to Junie Sinio, a mom from San Fernando, Pampanga, she only began to appreciate cooking once she had her own family to feed. When she was a kid in the barrio, she used to watch her elders cook in the kitchen ...

All The Kapampangan Food You Should Buy For Pasalubong!

Mangan ta na!
If you’ve ever toured Pampanga, you know that there’s no shortage of places where to eat. Sisig, morcon, buro, bulanglang, bringhe (native paella), and tocino (which are traditionally sour in taste!) are just a few of the delicious tatak-Kapampangan dishes you shouldn’t ...

Razon's Has A NEW Halo-Halo Flavor

It's another three-ingredient halo-halo!
Summer might be over, but there’s always room for good ol’ halo-halo! Razon’s, known for their halo-halo and Kapampangan food, serves a three-ingredient halo-halo made with sun-ripened saging na saba, macapuno, and leche flan. A lot of people love this classic and iconic Razon’s halo-halo, but people ...
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