Tidtad (Kapampangan Dinuguan). Photo taken by Angie Pastor at Apag Marangle. For orders in Manila, 09369815475. What differentiates Pampanga’s tidtad from the more widely known Filipino dish dinuguan is that the blood used is not the thick liquid form, but solid coagulated chunks! The chunks of blood in the dish look like pieces of liver. […]
Dinakdakan… Photo by voxmarc. This is an iconic dish of the Ilocano people. It’s similar to the sisig of Pampanga province and consists of parts of a pig’s face, like the ears and cheeks. Recipe and more information about dinakdakan will be posted after the website upgrade. Please check back. Thank you!
Video by Mayette Garcia: How To Cook Pork Sinigang Ingredients: baby back ribs + liempo (pork belly), gabi (taro), sampalok (tamarind)… ONE RECIPE FOR A PARTICULAR SINIGANG NA BABOY 1 kilogram pork liempo or beef 2 pcs. tomato 1 pc onion 2 pcs. siling mahaba 100 grams tamarind 1 bundle of kangkong 1 pc. […]