CHEF ELNA KOLARICH
— SEPTEMBER 17 & 18 —
Lumpia Shanghai A must have at any Filipino party. Ground pork with cabbage, carrots, onions, garlic, soy sauce, & other spices wrapped in spring roll wrappers.
Baboy Asado Siopaos Filipino version of bao — soft steamed buns filled with chopped pork shoulder braised in soy sauce, oyster sauce, hoisin, brown sugar, & garlic.
Tinola Manok The ultimate comfort food — a Filipino chicken ginger soup! Shredded chicken with slices of chayote squash, spinach, ginger, garlic, & onions.
Baka Giniling Giniling means minced meat and also refers to picadillo, a Spanish dish that migrated to many former colonies. Ground beef, diced potatoes, carrots, peas, onions, & raisins simmered in tomato sauce. Served with steamed rice.
Manok Adobo with Garlic Fried Rice & Atchara THE national dish of the Philippines! Bone-in chicken thighs simmered in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, bay leaves, & black pepper and then pan fried. Served with garlic fried rice and a side of atchara (papaya salad).
Ube Mochi Cake Japanese inspired dessert. Ube (Filipino purple yam) flavored glutinous rice cake cooked with coconut milk & sugar topped with toasted coconut flakes.