REcipe for Tinola, please
25 Apr 09
Tinola? that sure is a delicious dish. When my Tinola is almost done, I turn off the stove and place some “Sili” leaves. The remaining heat and steam will cook it. Here's a recipe I found on the net: http://www.philippinesinsider.com/filipino-cuisine/recipes/tinolang-manok-the-filipino-chicken-soup/ Enjoy!...
26 Apr 09
I think you can still cook Tinola even if you don't have Papaya or sayote to add to them. I'm not sure what to substitute for it but as long as it tastes like Tinola then it's not a problem at all. Just make sure you flavor your Tinola with the right amount of fish sauce (I believe that's the secret to it).
25 Apr 09
You can try my different style of cooking tinola.. This is what I do: First,stir fry (gisa) the onions until light brown. Add crushed garlic and chicken. When chicken turns a a bit cooked you can add potato or papaya. I don't know if you have papaya though. after that you can add water and the chicken broth cubes with pepper and salt to taste. That's it and I think it taste nice for me.. less effort =) -thanks by "batman"