Adobong Manok Sa Gata at Tanglad
Ginataang Hipon is a Filipino dish consist of shrimps mixed with coconut milk as the main ingredients. Ginataan alternatively spelled guinataan is a Filipino term which refers to food cooked with gata – the Filipino word for coconut milk. Literally translated, ginataan means cooked with coconut milk. This recipe fits for small gatherings at home during summer
This is a classic Filipino recipe which is usually served as an afternoon snack. It is made of cream style corn, whole corn kernels, sweet rice (also known as glutinous rice), and coconut milk. Sugar is added to sweeten it. It can be served either warm or cold. The coconut mil as well as the cream style corn gives it a creamy and rich flavor and texture.
Ginataang Alimango (Crabs in Coconut Milk) recipe is mud crabs cooked in coconut milk, garlic, ginger, and other spices and condiments.
Puso ng Saging (Tagalog) literally means heart of banana, because it is red and it sort of heart-shaped. It’s actually the banana infloresence from where (probably) the banana fruit comes from. The bloom “puso” itself when sliced thinly crosswise is the main ingredient of “ginataang puso ng saging” (Tagalog) or “linabog” or “labog” (Aklanon). It is nothing but the puso cooked in coconut milk.
Piniyahang Manok (Pineapple Chicken) is another dish that Filipinos love. It is basically chicken marinated in pineapple juice then cooked with pineapple chunks. There are different versions of pininyahang manok. The main difference is the kind of milk used for the sauce. This is commonly cooked with coconut milk but there are some who use fresh or evaporated milk.
Langka is delicious cooked as preserves for halo-halo or eaten au naturel soaked in a bed of ice. The unripe langka’s whitish pulp is usually cooked as a vegetable stewed in coconut milk with shrimps and pork. The large langka seeds are boiled till tender, peeled and eaten with sugar.