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Recipes Using Leftover Rice You Didn't Think To Make

Cooked rice is an easy-to-use main ingredient.
Few Filipino households can hold a meal without steamed rice. The backbone of our cuisine, rice is hearty and filling. On its own, ulam can be extra flavorful, salty, and can be umami bombs. Rice tames the flavors and makes the meal more satisfying. We don't ...

To Try Or Not To Try: The Japanese Are Cooking Rice With Onion And Bacon

This is a super-easy way to make an entire meal using a rice cooker!
It's no secret that you can do so much more than cooking steamed white rice with a rice cooker. Case in point: Japanese have started the trend of cooking rice in a rice cooker, but with KFC chicken in it. This time, they're ...

You Can Cook Rice In The Microwave!

This brilliant hack can save you from cooking more than you need.
We all know that rice cookers are the best at cooking rice. A Filipino meal is never complete without steamed white rice. Your mom's chicken and pork adobo and sinigang na baboy are just not as good when you don't have a nice mound of rice on ...

Bibimbap Recipes To Make Instead Of Your Usual Fried Rice

These are loaded rice bowls!
Any Korean menu will have this dish on its menu: the bibimbap. You'll see that it's a popular dish and it's no wonder. It's a fried rice meal that is super satisfying as well as super tasty with the flavors and tastes ...

WATCH: How To Cook Chowking-Style Pork Chao Fan Rice Recipe

We hacked the fried rice recipe of Chowking!
Are you a fan of fried rice meals? If so, you have probably ordered this before: the pork chao fan. It's a simple yet tasty fried rice that's got a little of both kangkong and ground pork for extra flavor.It's an easy ...

Puto Bigas Recipe

Rice that has been ground up to a fine flour makes traditional puto.
The core ingredient of a traditional puto recipe is rice. You can use all-purpose flour to make it easier if you don't have rice flour. However, if you really want the taste and texture of the traditional version of this steamed rice cake, ...

You Should Know: Local Rice is Healthier Than Imported Rice

Buying locally grown rice varieties helps our farmers, too.
In 2019, the Philippines produced about 18.8 million metric tons of palay or unhusked rice. This is close to the average amount the country produces, according to the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization.That may seem like a huge number, but we ...

How To Make Arroz Valenciana + Tips

This gorgeous rice in a pan is a complete meal on its own.
When it comes to rice, a steaming bowl of rice isn't always the appetizing side you want with your meal, especially if you are serving it up with some festive meats and vegetables. Few dishes can beat a good arroz valenciana, known as the Filipino ...

This Is How Long Rice Will Last In Your Rice Cooker

You shouldn't leave it in the rice cooker all day.
Rice is the common food staple for many people. It's the part of the meal that's indispensable when you are eating almost any Filipino dish!However, did you know that you shouldn't be leaving your cooked rice out? Rice that's been cooked should ...

Here Are Fried Rice Tips You Should Use For Your Next Meal

Your favorite fried rice recipe can be made better.
It's amazing how a flavorful fried rice can make a meal more satisfying. It's one of the dishes you most likely eat every day. This is the sinangag or garlic fried rice you cooked and served with your beef tapa, tocino, or dating ...

Baked Sushi Rice Recipe

Hop on the sushi bake trend!
Here's an easy quarantine treat you can make at home!  ...

Ginataang Paella Recipe

This dish is inspired by the Laguna fiesta celebrating the coconut.
This paella recipe is easy to make and celebrates the flavors of a savory ginataang dish. This recipe is in honor of my hometown, San Pablo City, home of the Coco Festival, in Laguna.  ...

Orange Rice Pudding Recipe

It's a creamy dessert you'll want to try!
This creamy orange rice pudding is a unique take on the usual savory risotto dishes. ...

All The Ways You Can Make Kimchi Rice

The fermented spicy cabbage is a delicious fried rice ingredient.
The kimchi might be your first introduction to Korean condiments. This fermented cabbage and chili powder concoction is one of the most popular Korean condiments There are many vegetables that you can make into kimchi, including kimchi made of cucumbers, red radishes, daikon or ...

All The Tips You Need For Making Your Own Sushi Bake

Here are tips on how to make this giant deconstructed sushi.
If you've been seeing trays of what looks like a baked casserole but is being served with nori or seaweed sheets, you've just seen what is called a sushi bake or baked sushi. This giant deconstructed sushi (sushi purists might protest this is ...

Make Perfect Paella At Home With This Paella Making Kit!

This kit has everything you need.
You can make this stunning rice dish at home with this complete paella making kit from Barcino.   The paella is a Spanish rice recipe that may be the most famous of all its dishes. It's a complex dish that uses a specific pan to create that signature tutong sa ...

We Have Enough Rice For The Country During The Quarantine, Says Department Of Agriculture

Supplies are good until June.
"The Philippines has enough rice for the next four months," says Department of Agriculture (DA) Secretary William D. Dar. In a post on the Department of Agriculture official website dated March 25,  the statement said, “We expect no shortage of (rice) during the duration ...

Here Are All The Ways You Can Make Champorado

Comfort food can be made even more delicious. Here are ways to make it better.
When you're tried of eating rice as part of a silog meal, turn to this alternative way of cooking your rice for breakfast. Chocolate for breakfast in the form of a rice porridge is perfect for those times when something savory isn't the craving ...

Know How Much Water To Add To Cook Rice Right

Fluffy rice is the goal, not a soggy mush.
When it comes to meals, most Pinoys need rice for a meal to be complete. That means we need a bowl of rice and its satisfying heft with every meal! From the popular portmanteau "tapsilog" that marries all three components of our favorite breakfast into one word to the hearty sinigang, adobo, ...

Rice Farmers Are "Worse Off" Because Of Rice Tariffication Law, According To Study

Let’s all do our share by buying local.
According to a report by Inquirer.net, farmers are “worse off” based on a study by government think tank Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS). Based on the analysis released by PIDS, local rice producers are projected to lose an average of P10 ...
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