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Rice Congee for Breakfast

I was told that rice congee (lugaw) are commonly cooked for sick persons. All I know is that it is an all-time favorite food by Filipinos. 68 more words


Filipino Style Oatmeal Porridge

I know that it is still summer here in Germany but we are currently experiencing cold wind and rain showers. Instead of going outside, all I want to do is stay at home and enjoy a warm meal. 167 more words

Arroz Caldo

Since I was a child, I always liked to eat “lugaw”, either plain, or with meat (chicken, pork intestines or ox tripe). There are many recipes available on the net and almost all of them I already tried. 165 more words


Filipino Chicken Arroz Caldo (Porridge)

When the family craves for something comforting, another recipe that comes in mind is porridge. I cook chinese, korean and vietnamese porridge but today, it was a day for my childhood porridge called Chicken Arroz Caldo. 275 more words


The lugaw worth taking a trip for

When we were living in Bulacan, we used to go to this place for their lugaw and tokwa’t baboy. I have no idea how my parents ever found it.  310 more words


Chenes of the Week: Arroz Caldo

I was sick last weekend so although I didn’t feel like eating, I ventured out to find arroz caldo. Literally, arroz means rice and… 286 more words


Chicken Arroz Caldo

Arroz caldo is a thick rice soup (“lugaw” in Tagalog) popular in the Philippines which is usually a meal on its own. Though the name sounds Spanish which translates to “rice soup”, the dish is of Chinese origin. 391 more words