Lechon Kawali is literally deep fried pork belly that is a favorite for special occasions across the Philippines. It is served during fiestas (carnival season) or birthday parties and is mostly enjoyed with a kalamansi and soy sauce dip or Mang Tomas (a liver gravy […]
Pork Menudo is a Filipino Pork Stew recipe that is easy to make using these basic ingredients of pork, carrots, potatoes, hotdogs and tomato sauce. Influenced by our Spanish heritage it has become a staple dish that is paired with rice. In Spanish, this might […]
If there's any type of dish that the whole world is soooo familiar with, it's fried chicken! There are plenty versions allover the internet for that yumilicious fried chicken recipe. Your mom, your lola (grandmother), your sister, or your entire neighborhood probably has the claimed best recipe for it. However, for my version, this is a crispylicious fried chicken recipe with its chicken meat marinated to get that full flavor with every crispy bite. So I wouldn't say it's the best fried chicken recipe out there, but giving this version of recipe a try is a must if you want to up your fried-chicken-game. :)
1/2 kilo cut chicken
1 liter of cooking oil
1 tablespoon salt
4 cloves of garlic (finely grated) - best if you use 1 tablespoon of garlic powder
2 tablespoon chili powder (optional)
1/2 cup cornstarch
1 tablespoon black pepper
1 teaspoon salt
1. Pat dry the chicken meat.
2. Mix the marinate mixture (salt, garlic, chili powder), then marinate the chicken with the mixture for 20-30 minutes.
3. On a separate container, mix the cornstarch, flour, black pepper, and salt.
4. Whisk the egg in a bowl, then coat the marinated chicken meat to it.
5. Then transfer the egg coated chicken meat to the breading mixture. Make sure to thoroughly coat the chicken with the breading, and dust off any excess coating.
6. Over a medium high heat, cook the chicken for 5 minutes. Remove from the oil and set aside to aerate for 5 minutes.
7. Fry again for another 10 minutes or until the chicken turns golden brown.
8. Serve and enjoy!
Steamed Rice Cebu & Dimsum Break Version This steam rice recipe is a very popular fast food in Cebu. It’s a famous dish of Harbour City and Dimsum Break owned by the same corporation. This steam rice is not your typical boiled rice, in fact, […]