Filipino chicken recipes

Filipino Chicken Adobo

Filipino Chicken Adobo

In a large saucepan with a lid, place the chicken, vinegar, coconut aminos, bay leaves, and pepper. If they stick to the pan use either a little (a couple of tbsp) water, stock, or a spoonful of the sauce mix from the chicken
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Chicken Pesto Pasta

Chicken Pesto Pasta

Of course, unless it has a Filipino sweet style pasta sauce, then it is definitely not his type. Chicken Pesto Pasta is a delicious and healthy dish for lunch or dinner
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Chicken Tinola

Chicken Tinola

In that episode the girls cooked a Filipino soup, Chicken Tinola, with their mum. And like the girls, I used chicken thighs
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CHICKEN AFRITADA

CHICKEN AFRITADA

While other cuisines would have a characteristic taste profile, Filipino food would vary from dish to dish
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CHICKEN ADOBO (ADOBONG MANOK)

CHICKEN ADOBO (ADOBONG MANOK)

Say Filipino food and the word adobo comes to mind. This is how I prefer my chicken adobo. It is the most known Filipino dish and to some, the only one they know
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Chicken Pesto Pasta

Chicken Pesto Pasta

Of course, unless it has a Filipino sweet style pasta sauce, then it is definitely not his type. Chicken Pesto Pasta is a delicious and healthy dish for lunch or dinner
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The Best of Filipino Cuisine at Diamond Hotel's Corniche

The Best of Filipino Cuisine at Diamond Hotel's Corniche

But Chef Marko adds his own playful twist by adding foie gras, duck meat, white asparagus from Germany, and chicken liver topped with a variety of condiments including spring onions, crunchy chicharon, boiled quail eggs, crispy shallots and calamansi
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How To Cook With Pig, Chicken And Cow Feet. And Why.

How To Cook With Pig, Chicken And Cow Feet. And Why.

Or what is commonly known as Filipino spicy fried chicken feet. They’re spicy due to adding as much red pepper as you’d like and they are called Adidas because, well, Filipinos are awesome and have awesome senses of humor
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Tita Em’s Chicken Wings Adobo

Tita Em’s Chicken Wings Adobo

Her background is Filipino, and Mr. Phojanakong’s recipe for chicken wings is a spin on something that his mother used to cook every week for her family when the chef was a boy
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