“Namit gid!” – An Ilonggo expression of delicious or “masarap”! Ilonggos really have their own varied and distinct taste. Each dish and food has a unique taste that would make you really say, it’s a certified Ilonggo cuisine. With Iloilo Blog, get a personal Ilonggo recipe and try it at home and also be updated with popular Iloilo restaurants! It provides a list of ingredients and shows a step by step procedure on how to cook a specific dish and before-after preparations.

Recipe includes procedures on how to cook of Iloilo hometown dish, Ilonggo-styled delicacies, and iconic Ilonggo foods. You won’t deny Iloilo’s colorful flavors are not captivating enough. These dishes can be served during any meal of the day. People from faraway places have brought home these Ilonggo cooking instructions to gratify their food desires. Try cooking Iloilo’s food delights and discover global standard taste! The secret with every Ilonggo dish is not about what you add into it, but, actually the passion you put into it.

Time for Dessert! How to Make Bitso-Bitso (Ilonggo)
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Time for Dessert! How to Make Bitso-Bitso (Ilonggo)

Bitso-bitso, bichu-bichu, or bitsu-bitsu. However you want to spell that delicious dessert, there’s one thing you can’t deny. That if you’re an Ilonggo, then you know full well…

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Balasan’s Pride Delicacy: Bibingka
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Balasan’s Pride Delicacy: Bibingka

Aside from the famous tasty lechon, Balasan also offers tourists one of their delicacies prides – Bibingka. Balasan’s bibingka is one of the best in the Philippines. You…

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Kadyos Baboy Langka (K.B.L.) :  Native Ilonggo Soup
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Kadyos Baboy Langka (K.B.L.) : Native Ilonggo Soup

Home cooked meals bring back childhood memories. In Iloilo, Ilonggos do have favorite soup dishes that are often served at homes. One of those is the KBL (Kadyos,…

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Take a Taste of What Cabatuan is Keeping
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Take a Taste of What Cabatuan is Keeping

In the municipality of Cabatuan there is this soup that is said to be kept well by the locals, the “Tinuom”. “Tinuom” came from the word the Hiligaynon…

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Spanish Twist to an Ilonggo Delicacy
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Spanish Twist to an Ilonggo Delicacy

“Baye-baye” with Peanut Yema. Baye-baye is one of the Ilonggo’s best delicacy while the “Yema” is a Spanish word for egg-yolk it is probably called “Yema” because of…

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MaTok: “Mata” and “Utok” (Eyes and Brain)
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MaTok: “Mata” and “Utok” (Eyes and Brain)

The dish is named after the main ingredients which the cows are “mata” (eyes) and “utok” (brain). Matok is an Ilonggo original exotic soup. Ingredients: Cow’s head, innards,…

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What is Really in the La Paz Batchoy of Iloilo?
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What is Really in the La Paz Batchoy of Iloilo?

Whenever someone mentions Iloilo it is always associated as the birthplace of La Paz Batchoy. Ingredients 1 kg pork 1 kg Miki noodles, boiled for 1 minute and…

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