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How to prepare Ensaladang Labanos

A dish that could be traced back to the 19th century here in the Philippines, Ensaladang Labanos is another variety of the recipe of Filipinos when cooking Ensalada dishes. Ensaladang Labanos Recipe is the Ilocano twist on this dish.

What makes this a great dish? Two basic things: 1) it is a scrumptious dish, perfect side dish to include in any occasion; and 2) it is such an easy dish to do that you’ll finish it in no time. Something you can even teach your child.

The contrast of textures and flavors of Ensaladang Labanos is the reason why many people actually include this dish in Filipino occasions. And an additional great thing about this is that it’s healthy. It’s made out of organic ingredients, mostly relying on their flavors, not much seasoning added.

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If ever you’re in a rush, you don’t have much time to create something fancy; this is something you can whip up in an instant. Not much effort required.

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How to prepare Ensaladang Ampalaya

Looking for a salad with a bit more bold flavors? One that can really cleanse up your palette and one that packs a punch in terms of health benefits? Try making yourself a delicious Ensaladang Ampalaya Recipe.

This dish has a lot to offer. You can get some protein from the eggs and some vitamins from the lemon juice, ampalaya, mangoes, and tomatoes. The ampalaya and tomato, mango and egg combo is a great play on texture for soft and crunch. And everything in the dish offers a different taste making it an explosion when ever eaten.

Ensaladang Ampalaya

Many people create Ensaladang Ampalaya as side dishes for any protein meals or as an appetized. Some actually eat it as a healthy snack, pack it for either lunch for work or school because it is pretty simple. You can make it immediately, not much prep time or effort needed to be exerted.

So with the Ensaladang Ampalaya, you can get tons of health benefits, delicious flavors and lots of time saved.

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The Top 12 Filipino Foods for All Saints Day

All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day  are traditional Catholic holidays set aside to commemorate all the saints and the souls of the dead. It is a part of Filipino tradition to cook and prepare Native Filipino foods in our homes to commemorate our love ones who passed away and to enjoy the presence of the whole family.   Glutinous Rice or Malagkit is the star ingredient for this season.  My family’s favorite Native foods that we always prepare are Arroz Valenciana, Biko, Sapin Sapin and Kutsinta.

What is Glutinous rice ? It is a sticky rice, sweet rice, waxy rice, botan rice, biroin chal, mochi rice, and pearl rice, and pulut is a type of Asian rice that is especially sticky when cooked. It is called glutinous in the sense of being glue-like or sticky and not in the sense of containing gluten. While called “sticky”, it is not to be confused with the other varieties of Asian rice, which become sticky to one degree or another when cooked. (from Wikipedia)

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Here are the Top 12 Filipino Foods prepared during All Saints Day.

1] Special Puto – Special Puto is the common pair for Dinuguan, you can always find both in many native restaurants in the Philippines. Puto is a steamed fluffy Rice Cake usually eaten as dessert.

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