"This is a colorful crash course in Filipino cooking, with everything from classic chicken adobo to modern twists like squash and long bean risotto. [Marvin] creates a book that he hopes will spark a new and lasting interest in Filipino food and culture."—Food Network blog In The Adobo Road Cookbook, Marvin Gapultos, a food blogger-turned-gourmet food trucker, brings the exotic—yet easy to make—flavors of the Philippines into your home with this beautiful Filipino Cookbook. With a distinct lack of Filipino restaurants to be found, the road to great Filipino food begins and ends at home. In his debut cookbook, Marvin demonstrates that Filipino cuisine can be prepared in any kitchen—from Manila to Los Angeles and everywhere in-between. Marvin interprets traditional Filipino flavors with equal parts kitchen savvy and street smarts—providing easy-to-follow, tried-and-true recipes that serve as a guide to the pleasures of Filipino cooking. The nearly 100 recipes in these pages pave a culinary road trip that transports home cooks to the roadside food stalls, bars and home kitchens of the Philippines, to the hungry streets of L.A., and even into the kitchens of Marvin's grandmother, mother and aunties. A highly personal take on traditional Filipino cooking, The Adobo Road Cookbook boasts a tantalizing mix of native Filipino flavors, as well as influences from Spain, Mexico, China, and the U.S. From chapters featuring surefire entertaining foods like Filipino bar food, street food and cocktails to a complete section of adobo recipes, both traditional and with a twist, the recipes found in The Adobo Road Cookbook express Marvin's unique approach to cooking. All of his recipes emphasize their authentic Filipino roots, taking advantage of traditional island flavors for which the Philippines is rightly renowned. Original Filipino recipes include: Slow-Braised Pork Belly and Pineapple Adobo Spicy Sizzling Pork (Sisig) Salmon and Miso Sour Soup (Sinigang) Chili Crab Spring Rolls (Lumpia) Coconut Milk Risotto with Kabocha Squash and Long Beans Chicken Adobo Pot Pies Sweet Corn and Coconut Milk Panna Cotta Spicy Sizzling Pork Gin Fizz Tropical Banana-Nut Spring Rolls
Learn authentic and delicious recipes with this beautifully illustrated Filipino cookbook. This delightful collection of 85 tried and tested recipes from the Philippines showcases the full range of authentic dishes from the country. Each region has its own distinct food culture and this book relates the secrets and soul of dishes that create the cultural mosaic that is the Philippines. The Filipino Cookbook features easy, step-by-step instructions that Filipinos and non-Filipinos alike will enjoy. Learn to make the famous vegetable dishes of the Tagalog Peninsula to the seafood and noodles of the Visayan Islands and the spicy and colorful curries of Mindanao. Learn to make a perfect Pinakbet (Sauteed Vegetables with Shrimp Paste) or a delicious Halo-Halo (Mixed Fruits Dessert). Regale your friends with a wonderfully easy Paella (Rice and Seafood Medley) and Morcon (Stuffed Beef Roll) or an amazing bowl of Pininyahang Manok (Chicken with Pineapple). Utilizing readily available ingredients, The Filipino Cookbook allows anyone to create authentic Filipino food at home, whether you are one of the 4 million Filipino-Americans living in the United States or simply interested in trying something new. Authentic Filipino recipes include: Pan de Sal Bread Rolls Wonton Soup Crispy Lechon Pork Chicken Adobo Sweet and Sour Fish Mung Bean and Spinach Stew Noodles with Shrimp and Tofu Sweet Banana and Jackfruit Rolls Iced Tapioca Pearl and Jelly Drink
In the newly revised and updated Memories of Philippine Kitchens, Amy Besa and Romy Dorotan, owners and chef at the Purple Yam and formerly of Cendrillon in Manhattan, present a fascinating—and very personal—look at Filipino cuisine and culture. From adobo to pancit, lumpia to kinilaw, the authors trace the origins of native Filipino foods and the impact of foreign cultures on the cuisine. More than 100 unique recipes, culled from private kitchens and the acclaimed Purple Yam menu, reflect classic dishes as well as contemporary Filipino food. Filled with hundreds of sumptuous photographs and stories from the authors and other notable cooks, this book is a joy to peruse in and out of the kitchen.
Learn authentic and delicious recipes from the Philippines, along with culinary culture and history, with this beautifully illustrated Filipino cookbook. From the national dishes such as adobe, lechon and sinigang, to the fiery foods of the Bicol region where coconut milk is a favored ingredient, Filipino food is a concoction of tantalizing textures, flavors and colors. Superb color photographs and detailed information on local ingredients make The Food of the Philippines perfect for anyone curious about the culinary delights of the "Pearl of the Orient"! Featured Filipino recipes include: Fish Ceviche Pork Cracklings Chicken Soup with Coconut Simmered Vegetables with Shrimp Fried Fish with Black Bean Sauce Rich Beef Stew Chicken and Pork Adobo And many more!
Author: Dale Talde
Publisher: Grand Central Life & Style
Release Date: 2015-09-15
The eagerly awaited cookbook from Dale Talde, Top Chef favorite and owner of the acclaimed Brooklyn restaurant Talde. Born in Chicago to Filipino parents, Dale Talde grew up both steeped in his family's culinary heritage and infatuated with American fast food--burgers, chicken nuggets, and Hot Pockets. Today, his dual identity is etched on the menu at Talde, his always-packed Brooklyn restaurant. There he reimagines iconic Asian dishes, imbuing them with Americana while doubling down on the culinary fireworks that made them so popular in the first place. His riff on pad thai features bacon and oysters. He gives juicy pork dumplings the salty, springy exterior of soft pretzels. His food isn't Asian fusion; it's Asian-American. Now, in his first cookbook, Dale shares the recipes that have made him famous, all told in his inimitable voice. Some chefs cook food meant to transport you to Northern Thailand or Sichuan province, to Vietnam or Tokyo. Dale's food is meant to remind you that you're home.
Author: Elizabeth Ann Besa-quirino
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date: 2016-12-12
If you love a sweet ending to meals, then this cookbook "How to Cook Philippine Desserts, Cakes and Snacks" is for you. Elizabeth Ann Besa-Quirino, author, award-winning journalist and recipe developer of the popular blog, Asian In America, presents 30 all-time favorite Filipino desserts transformed from traditional heirloom recipes into modern treats in her American kitchen. Her desserts are rice cakes, coconut sweets, cakes, pastries and special occasion sweets. Born and raised in the Philippines, Betty Ann, as she is fondly called, channeled her love for sweets in these heritage recipes from her family and friends when she moved to America. Drool over 30 mouthwatering full color dessert photos for every recipe. Indulge in this 100-page cookbook of classic kakanins (rice cakes), coconut sweets like Bibingka, Putong Puti with Cheese, Kuchinta, Sapin-Sapin, Pichi-Pichi; to treasured family recipes of Crema de Fruta, Tocino del Cielo, Taisan de Pampanga, Mamon, Caramel Cake; and popular Ube (purple yam) recipes such as Ube Biko, an easy Ube Haleya, Ube Cupcakes, Ube Doughnuts and many not found on the author's blog. After all, life is short. Make it sweeter with dessert.
A comprehensive and culturally evocative celebration of the lesser-known foods of the Philippines explains their roles in bridging boundaries and conveying sentiments and provides easy-to-follow recipes for a variety of courses and occasions.
Surveys Philippine culture and its cuisine, describes the basic elements of Philippine cooking, and presents a variety of recipes--adapted for American kitchens--for creating uniquely Philippine dishes
In this encyclopedia, two experienced world travelers and numerous contributors provide a fascinating worldwide survey of street foods and recipes to document the importance of casual cuisine to every culture, covering everything from dumplings to hot dogs and kebabs to tacos.
Martha Holmberg is uniquely equipped to bring crêpes into the home kitchen. Trained at the renowned La Varenne cooking school, she has been a food writer, editor, and cook in the United States, England, and France for the past two decades. Her lifelong love of this favorite food is apparent throughout this collection of 50 sweet and savory recipes, ranging from the simple and snacky Butter-Sugar-Lemon of her teenage years to the crepe cakes and cannelloni of an accomplished cook. Her encouraging instructions and master formulas produce beautiful crepes and tempting sauces and fillings that pay homage to the classics while also playing with ambitious and fascinating flavor combinations and ingredients.