Chicken Recipes – Tagged "filipino recipe" – Kusina ED


Chicken Recipes — filipino recipe

Classic Lechon Manok w/ Honey and Fried Garlic

Posted by Johann Lubaton on

Lechon Manok (rotisserie chicken) is another filipino's favorite and go to food. Anywhere in the Philippines you will see dozens of vendors showcasing their Lechon Manok cooked in charcoal behind in a big glass right on the street. Very appetizing and you will surely want to buy 1 whole chicken on your way home!  A variety of stores are famous of their tasty Lechon Manok and among Filipino's favorite are the following: Chooks-to-Go, Andoks, Sr. Pedro, Baliwag, Uling Roasters and many more! Every region has their own best Lechon Manok and that's yet for me to explore. :)  Here in...

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Baked Chicken Drumstick - INASAL STYLE!

Posted by Johann Lubaton on

Chicken Inasal is one of the most popular dish in the Philippines like pork bbq where you can find it in most street foods. The word "INASAL" is simply means  grilled in charcoal an Ilonggo dialect which originated in Bacolod City. This filipino dish is very popular where a lot of restaurants specialize only on inasal and pair it with unlimited rice! This simple combination captures the heart of the people and who doesn't want unlimited rice right? :) The difference between chicken inasal and the typical bbq is the marinade, which give the unique flavor to it. The blend of...

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Quick and Easy Honey Garlic Chicken

Posted by Johann Lubaton on

Honey garlic chicken recipe is very easy to make and it only requires minimal ingredients. Most kids love this filipino dish because it's sweet and flavorful. TIP: The key to achieve the best flavor is to reduce the liquid until you get a sticky consistency and becomes "glossy" in appearance. Then adjust the seasoning according to your taste, you can add more honey and soy sauce to your liking. Ingredients: 1 lb. chicken (cut in cubes) 2 bulbs of garlic (minced) 1/2 cup honey 1/4 cup soy sauce Salt and Pepper 1 tbsp. Atchara 1pc spring onion Watch How to Cook...

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