Category: Main Dish | Ulam

The Easiest Spring Grill Menu

The Easiest Spring Grill Menu

This spring grill menu should be your staple: whole fish stuffed with lemons, an assortment of vegetables & homestyle chimichurri. Double or triple the recipe if you are entertaining.   Do you ever go to the grocery store determined to stick with your list, and 

One-Pan Cinco De Mayo

One-Pan Cinco De Mayo

One-Pan Cinco De Mayo It’s Cinco De Mayo! It is definitely time to celebrate this Mexican tradition with this easy dish of meat, vegetables, and cheese in a skillet.  Now, I’m excited to share my first Mexican-inspired dish with you, One Pan Cinco De Mayo.  

Very Easy Instant Pot Corned Beef Nilaga

Very Easy Instant Pot Corned Beef Nilaga

My version of the Instant Pot Corned Beef Nilaga using the corned beef brisket warrants a try, and you will not forget these simple beef chunks and vegetables. It’s so easy you won’t need a recipe the next time you make it. This is my 

Almondigas – Meatballs Misua Soup

Almondigas – Meatballs Misua Soup

Almondigas, Meatballs Misua Soup is also known as Bola Bola Soup or the Filipino Meatball Soup. This can easily be your weeknight dinner. Meatballs, noodles, and broth are all you need, and you have dinner in under thirty minutes.  Almondigas Filipino Version of Meatballs Soup 

Lamb Kaldereta | Lamb Stew Filipino Style

Lamb Kaldereta | Lamb Stew Filipino Style

Kaldereta or Caldereta meaning to stew comes from the Spanish word caldero meaning cauldron. Traditionally, the Filipinos use goat because lambs are not native to our country. And, with modern food system, lamb is now (more) accessible globally. Lamb Kaldereta is our Filipino version of 

Balsamic Chicken Pork Adobo | Filipino Adobo

Balsamic Chicken Pork Adobo | Filipino Adobo

There must be thousands of Filipino Adobo recipes online and printed combined. So, who really needs another Filipino Adobo recipe? NOBODY, right? But this Balsamic Chicken Pork Adobo is ridiculously simple – one-step procedure using pantry staples. Traditionally, you eat adobo with rice. Lots of it.