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KILAYEN kapampangan style

MANYAMAN!!! means DELICIOUS :) This is one of the dish we proudly cooked in our home town. I love to share my cooking talent. I MISS YOU GUYS...
25,792 views | Aug 28, 2011
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Ginataang Baka Recipe Tagalog Pinoy cooking Beef

http:www.howtocookgreatfilipino.com As part of the HOW TO COOK GREAT NETWORK - http:www.howtocoogreatfood.com Also take a look at our channel for other ...
2,147 views | Feb 02, 2014
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KILAWEN NA BABOY Grilled Pork in Vinaigrette HD

Grilled pork face and liver in vinaigrette, spiced with medley's of local aromatic and the tangy flavor of calamansi (local lime), fish sauce and fiery bird ...
84,160 views | Jan 24, 2010
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Kinilaw na Dilis or Kilawin Dilis Pinoy recipe Anchovies Salad

Dilis or Anchovies a very common fish in Philippine markets a popular main ingredient choice for kilawin is fresh dilis (anchovies). This is my version of ki...
10,230 views | May 10, 2013
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Dinuguan 1 The Raw Ingredients WEAK stomach? Do Not Watch

Dinuguan - A stew of pig liver, lungs, heart, intestines and simmered in a rich, thick spicy gravy of pig blood, garlic, onion, oregano, chili, and vinegar. ...
872 views | Nov 23, 2013
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Kare Kare, Filipino Recipes Kapampangan Style

Kare-Kare is a very popular traditional Filipino dish and often served at holiday meals, festivals, and parties with family and friends. It's especially good...
5,378 views | Aug 16, 2013
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Nilagang Baboy

Nilagang Baboy or Pork Stew is one of the simple traditional dish in the Philippines.The meat is boiled with water with assorted types of vegetables.In this ...
2,648 views | Feb 09, 2014
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Ulam Pinoy 10 Lumpia Togue Spring Rolls

More details at: http:www.ulampinoy.com Ingredients for the SPRING ROLLS: 14 kg. togue or mung bean sprouts 500 grams tofu 14 kg. ground pork 14 green b...
45,079 views | Aug 24, 2011
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GUISO Mrs. Galang s Kitchen S1 Ep5

For episode 5 of season 1, Mrs. Galang shares her "Guiso" recipe, a dish that she learned how to cook from her mother-in-law, Encarnacion Galang. This family...
897 views | Jul 04, 2013
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Lechon Sisig Kapampangan Mama Ting

Lechon Sisig Kapampangan: Made with left over lechon. In memory of my dear mother in law "Mama Ting" from Santa Ana, Pampanga: This dish was one of those whi...
8,201 views | Jun 21, 2012
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A taste of the wild side Kapampangan style

It's no secret Kapampangans love to eat. With their knack for concocting various recipes, they're also known for whipping up delicacies from available ingred...
7,602 views | Sep 21, 2012
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DINUGUAN Pork Blood Stew

Thank you so much for watching! Please "thumbs up" if you like the video Watch in HD Dinuguan is a dish that is mainly comprised of pork meat (and most often...
532 views | Oct 01, 2013
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Kilawin Puso Ng Saging

kilawin puso ng saging (banana blossom)sauteed in garlic,onions,tomatoes,shrimps or squid,black ground pepper,cooked with vinigar,red chillis (siling labuyo)...
12,984 views | Dec 11, 2012
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Recipe Paksiw ng Demonyo

Atching Lilian Borromeo, a Kapampangan food historian and expert, shows viewers of "Kris TV" how to prepare a popular yet oddly named dish, Paksiw ng Demonyo.
30,384 views | Jun 12, 2013
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MY PAMPANGA TOCINO LONGANIZA FOODS

Need Catering in the Chicago Land Area. Call Chef O! Omar Soriano Jr. aka Chef "O" Owner My Pampanga Tocino & Longaniza Specializing in Traditional & French ...
4,567 views | Jul 12, 2011
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Tutorial How to Make Spicy Pork Bulgogi

Learn how to make this Korean favorite. Very easy to make and quick! Visit my web site! http:nukem384.blogspot.com.
380 views | Nov 20, 2013
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Flor s Kinilaw

Dinner with Dom & Flor includes cooking lesson from Flor in how to make the traditional Filipino dish of Kinilaw.
237 views | Apr 22, 2012
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Isla Kulinarya Kinilaw

To cook in "kinilaw" means to make the meat edible by soaking it in vinegar and adding salt and other spices when the meat becomes opaque in color. The vineg...
327 views | Mar 26, 2012
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