“Very Good” Food Hygiene Rating
We are pleased to have received a “Very Good” Food Hygiene rating from Bradford City Council after inspecting our catering premises last 05 March 2019. For more information please visit the Food Standards Agency’s website.
Filipino-style Chop suey is a dish consists of stir-fried vegetables with meat, poultry, or fish and seafood. The most common vegetable ingredients of Filipino Style Chopsuey are cabbage, carrots and green peppers along with chicken, pork, and shrimp.
Chopsuey is one of the most popular vegetable dishes in the Philippines. It was adopted from the American-Chinese Chopsuey which is believed to have originated in America invented by a Chinese immigrant.
Kaldereta is a popular dish in the Philippines, especially on Luzon Island. The common ingredients is goat shoulders with tomato paste and liver spread.
Kaldereta is originally a goat stew made with tomatoes, potatoes, spices, liver, olives, bell peppers and hot peppers. Originally adapted from the Spanish during their 300-year occupation of the Philippines.
Kaldereta is a favourite Filipino meal served during parties, festivities and other special occasions in the Philippines. It is a Spanish-influenced dish (the Spanish word “caldera” means cauldron) that became to be Filipinos’ favourite and made their own versions. Originally, the main ingredients of this dish include goat meat, tomato sauce, liver, pepper and cheese.
Variations of this dish are with beef, chicken and or pork. Beef Kaldereta is a common dish in the Philippines made with stewing cuts of beef simmered until tender. Another is with chicken or pork because of the price and availability.
Pancit or pansit is the term for noodles in Filipino cuisine. Noodles were introduced into the Philippines by the Chinese and have since been adopted into local cuisine. Different kinds of noodles can be found in Filipino supermarkets which can then be cooked at home. Noodle dishes are also standard fare in local restaurants. Food establishments specializing in noodles are often referred to as panciterias.
Pancit bihon is the type usually associated with the word “pancit”, very thin rice noodles fried with soy sauce some citrus, possibly with patis, and some variation of sliced meat and chopped vegetables. The exact bihon composition depends on someone’s personal recipe but usually, Chinese sausage and cabbage are the basic ingredients in a pancit bihon.
Pancit palabok and pancit luglug are essentially the same dish, the difference being primarily in the noodles used in the recipe. Luglug uses a thicker noodle than the traditional bihon of a pancit palabok. Both pancit dishes use a round rice noodle (often specifically labelled for pancit luglug or palabok) smothered with a thick, golden shrimp sauce or other flavoured sauce, and topped with shrimp, ground pork rind, hard boiled egg, smoked fish flakes and spring onions.
Nonong’s sponsored various Filipino Barrio Fiesta across England
Nonong’s Catering Services have been busy this summer, touring across England participating local Filipino Barrio Fiesta, most notably in Leeds, Bradford and Ripon. Join us every year and experience the best in Filipino home-cooking. When you are at one of the local Filipino Barrio Fiesta this year be sure to look out for Nonong’s Catering Services.