July 13, 2020 9:00 am
Pinoys love cooking with chicken meat. It’s healthy, it’s packed with flavor, it’s affordable, and easy to find. But the best part is—cooking with chicken is always easy.
It’s so versatile that it tastes delicious any way it’s prepared. Fry it, barbecue it, make a soup with it—you name it! It serves as the perfect sahog to any type of dish. And if your family is in the mood for some chicken ulam, here are 5 easy-to-cook Pinoy chicken recipe ideas you can easily prepare at home. Time to impress the fam!
Moms, this could probably be your kids’ newest favorite chicken dish.
These bite-sized Chicken meatballs are crispy on the outside, cheesy and juicy on the inside. You can prepare this as a lunch box treat for you kids’ baon, or if you’re feeling creative, just quickly prepare this ulam recipe for a design-your-own meatball dinner with the fam! Who knew that preparing this only takes up to 30 minutes?
Mix all the ingredients and ground chicken meat together with AJI-GINISA® and form cute little balls with it. Let it set in the fridge for 10 minutes, then fry!
For additional hugs and kisses from the fam, be imaginative when it comes to plating. These ground chicken meatballs are best paired with rice and a healthy gulay side dish! Easy talaga!
Treat your family with a hot, sizzling plate of sisig!
Everyone loves sisig. It’s scrumptiously delicious and very Pinoy! Get your family excited for dinner with this quick and easy ulam made with Lechon Manok! To prepare, just mix deboned Lechon Manok with soy sauce and vinegar. Add it in a pan with sauteed onions and garlic. Season it with AJI SHIO® Pepper , and let it sizzle! Optional: Add chili for a kick of heat!
What’s great about this recipe is that you can actually use leftover Lechon Manok to make this chicken dish. Truly a practical, flavorful, and easy-to-cook Pinoy dish!
Tangy, juicy, affordable. Your family will surely ask for more!
If you’re craving for something different, this is the Chicken recipe to go for. To start, just season the chicken fillet and coat it with CRISPY FRY® Seasoned Crumbs . Fry it in a pan until golden brown. And once it is set, glaze the chicken fillet with a mixture of honey, lemon, and soy sauce.
Et voila! An affordable ulam to brighten up a day with your family. Top it on a bowl of hot, seasoned rice and enjoy this tasty and tangy Filipino dish!
Chicken sotanghon is the definition of Pinoy comfort food. We can all agree to that.
Its warm delicious broth feels like a tight, warm hug. So, if you’re stuck in the house on a rainy day or you just want to cozy up with the fam and watch a movie, head on to the kitchen and make this quick and easy dinner idea!
Start off with onions and garlic sauteed in a pan. Mix in the chicken, carrots and spices. Let the flavors mix in. Wait ‘til you achieve that golden ginisa color! Add in some water and sotanghon. Season with CHICKENSAVOR™ , and let it boil. Make sure to give it a good 10-20 minutes to work its magic, and your affordable Pinoy chicken dish is done!
Make it a dinner party. Try this fun Chicken Lollipop ulam recipe!
Celebrate the little things at home with an ulam idea that’s fun and tasty. Chicken Lollipops are a Pinoy party staple. Everybody loves it! And here’s the thing, moms: you don’t need a party to have a taste of these bite-sized treats—you can easily prepare it at home! Ready your apron and surprise your family with this easy ulam idea!
Create the sauce by mixing ketchup, soy sauce, vinegar, worcestershire sauce, and sugar in a bowl. In a separate bowl, coat your chicken lollipops with TASTY BOY® All Purpose Breading Mix . Turn up the heat in the pan and deep fry the chicken lollipops until it achieves a golden brown color. Let it cool for a bit then toss them into the sauce mixture to give it a shiny, flavorful glaze. This ulam recipe is a sure winner, moms! Make sure to have your family try it!
It’s always a good idea to cook with chicken meat, especially when you use Ajinomoto seasonings to make your chicken recipes extra delicious!
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