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About the trend

If you’re yet to establish your love of local, it’s time to start building relationships with the farmers and growers near you. Combining two or more traditional components using local ingredients is a great way to create something new that looks refreshing on a plate.

"I was inspired by using batuan as a delightful twist on a traditional Bacolod dish. It's a local souring agent that can be used to cook the meat and transform the typically soupy dish into a crispy delight. The same stock is used as a sauce, adding an interesting layer of flavor."

"I was inspired by using batuan as a delightful twist on a traditional Bacolod dish. It's a local souring agent that can be used to cook the meat and transform the typically soupy dish into a crispy delight. The same stock is used as a sauce, adding an interesting layer of flavor."

Chef Pipo Aluning

Senior Sous Chef, UFS Philippines

Local Abundance Recipes

Crispy Beef Tadyang and Kansi Gravy Rice Bowl

Introduce the flavors of batuan and lemongrass to crispy tadyang. Then, complete the experience by pairing the beef ribs with kansi gravy and kalkag rice.

Piaparan Chicken Tacos with Lime-Garlic Dressing

Revamp the Maranao dish of piaparan chicken by giving it a fun twist. Flake the tender meat and serve it in tacos, then top it off with a creamy dressing.

Grilled Pork Belly Mustasa Rolls

Pack beloved Kapampangan flavors into these fresh mustasa rolls. Every bite features burong hipon, grilled pork belly, atchara, and a spicy mayonesa.

Filipino-Style Fabada (Pork and Beans Stew)

Shine the spotlight on Filipino ingredients with this version of the classic Spanish fabada. Load it up with etag, langka, kadios, and pinuneg!   

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