The Filipino treat Sago’t Gulaman is a refreshing blend of pieces of gulaman (seaweed-derived “gelatin”) and sago pearls. Here’s a recipe with mango puree added.
How to easily turn the classic Filipino treat Maja Blanca into an ube-flavored delight!
Filipino sponge cake
Binagól is a sweet snack from the Visayas region.
Its main ingredient is crushed or grated talyan, a type of root crop similar to gabi (taro).
Langka or Nangka is the Tagalog word for “jackfruit.” It’s the largest fruit that grows on a tree! See the other photo!
Photos by Jeric Travis of Boneless Crispy Pata.
What is pata? It’s literally the leg of a pig. ?
In the Chavacano language of Zamboanga in the southern Philippines, curacha refers to the spanner crab or red frog crab whose scientific name is Ranina ranina.
Photo by Angie Pastor.
Malunggay (Moringa) is known as sajina in South Asian countries like India. In English, it is sometimes called referred to as horseradish though it’s a different species from the horseradish that Westerners know.