Coleslaw recipe with cherry tomatoes topping is so easy to make. You can have it in less than ten minutes. It’s a healthy yet yummy appetizer salad.
Dinengdeng na labong na may saluyot (jutes) at inihaw o pritong bangus o kahit anong isda ay isa sa masarap na pagluto ng labong. Sometimes, I also make it into atsarang labong or bamboo shoot salad flavored with salt, sugar, vinegar, ground black pepper, and onion.
Bulaklak ng kalabasa or squash flowers and tops na may sitaw ay masarap na dinengdeng. Lalo na kapag maraming mga buto-butyo ng sitaw…napakalasa nito! Dagdagan pa ng pritong isda at may sawsawang kamatis at bagoong. Pudo nga Ilocano nga makan! A very Ilocano meal indeed!
Seared salmon or sear fried salmon is a healthy fish dish and it’s quite simple to prepare and cook. Just make sure not to overcook or overdo the salmon or else it becomes chewy and not so tasty to eat.
Beef broccoli curry is one of the latest dish I tried and everyone in the family loved it! It’s delicious and healthy with the vegetables included like carrots, bell pepper and broccoli.
Nilagang rabong or bamboo shoots at baka is one of my many favorite seasonal vegetable dishes. I also like dinengdeng (stewed bamboo shoots with fish bagoong) na rabong with saluyot or jutes and grilled bangus (milk fish).
Stir fried vegetables recipe is very common and easy to cook dish. It’s also nutritious and can always be available.
Adobong sitaw or adobong string or long beans is a common dish my mom used to cook when I was still small because we have abundant and different vegetables back home because my parents were farmers.
Dinengdeng nga dukep, we call it dukep in my province, sabsabidukong or sabidukong for some Ilocanos, and others call it also as bagbagkong is an edible, wild, vine flower which serves as a main ingredient in many Ilocano vegetable dishes especially in dinengdeng.
Ginisang monggo (Monggo Guisado) or Sauteed Mung Beans or in Iloko Inggisa nga balatong
is a savory dish and it is popular all over the Philippines.