Recipe Book

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Waterless Pancit


In Filipino cuisine, pancit or pansit are noodles. Noodles were introduced into the Philippines early on by Chinese Filipino settlers in the archipelago, and over the centuries have been fully adopted into local cuisine, of which there are now numerous variants and types.


  • 1 chicken breast
  • 1 onion
  • 1/2 cabbage
  • 1 Carrot
  • 5 Stalks of Celery
  • 2 Cloves of garlic, crushed
  • 1 Package of Bihon noodles
  • 1/4 Cup oyster sauce
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • 1 tbsp Pamana Bihon mix
  • 1 tbsp olive oil


Soak bihon noodles until soft for 5-10 minutes in hot water, then drain. Cut up chicken breast into strips and chop vegetables. Using your 8 qt BioNcookware pan add chicken, garlic, onion, rest of vegetables, Bihon noodles, sauces, oil and pepper. Cook everything for 10-12 minutes or until chicken is done. Mix and serve 

By: Lydia Manlangit


Shrimp Sinigang


Shrimp Sinigang is a Filipino soup or stew characterized by its sour and savory taste most often associated with tamarind. Sinigang is seen to be culturally Tagalog in origin.


  • 2 lbs whole shrimp
  • 2 pcs eggplant sliced
  • 1 piece small Daikon
  • string beans
  • petchay
  • 1 pcs jalapeno
  • 1 sachet Sinigang mix
  • 1 Knor cube shrimp flavor
  • tomatos
  • onions  


Put tomato and onion first into your BioNcookware pot and let simmer. Next add daikon, string beans and eggplant, then put the shrimp, jalapeno and knor cube, then put all the petchay on top of the shrimp. Cover the pot and turn on the stove to medium high then lower the fire once start boiling and cook it for 20 to 25 minutes.  

By: Gilbert Murillo


By: Gilbert Murillo


Baby Back Rib Caldereta

Caldereta is a favorite Spanish-influenced Filipino meal served during parties, festivities and other special occasions in the Philippines.


2 lbs baby back ribs

1 cup smoked Kielbasa sausage

1 Knor cube pork or beef flavor

1 medium jar olive with seed

2 cups slice potato

2 cups slice carrots

1 large  green pepper

1 sachet Mama Sita Calderita mix

1 small can tomato sauce

fresh garlic crushed

1 onion

1 tomato

1 Tsp black pepper


Put garlic, onion and tomato first into your BioNcookware pot then add the ribs, kielbasa sausage, olive, carrots and potato. Sprinkle the caldereta mix, black pepper, add tomato sauce, green bell pepper on top then put the cover and turn on the stove. Cook on medium high until it begins to boil then lower heat to low and cook for 40 to 45 minutes until ribs are cooked through

Lovie Rivera


Pork Menudo


In almost every Philippine town fiestas or gatherings, Pork Menudo can be seen on the dining table. This is one of the favorite “putahe” (dish) served and this is the reason why different variations of this dish exists.


3 lbs pork

1 can 8oz tomato sauce 

5 slices of cheese

1 can green peas

1/2 cup raisin

1 gloves onion

1 piece red bell pepper

Soy sauce 

1 tsp Caldo tomato 

 Pinch of pepper



With our BioNcookware wok, first add onion, pork, hotdog, potato, carrot, red bell pepper and raisins. Then add all the remaining ingredients. Let simmer on medium high for 15 minutes, then lower it to low medium for 20 minutes. Then serve with sliced cheese on top.

Justina Ancheta


Vegetable Chocolate Cake


Tired of not being able to convince your kids to eat vegetables? Trick them with this chocolate cake instead for a hassle free dessert!


 1 box chocolate mix Betty Crocker

1 medium size sweet potato 

1 small size cabbage 

2 medium size carrot

4 pieces red raddish

2 eggs 

Palm oil for spray


With our BioNcookware Food Cutters shred carrot, raddish, cabbage and sweet potatoes. Then mix it with the chocolate mix Betty Crocker. Then with our BioNcookware large skillet spray the palm oil and add ingredients then simmer it on low medium heat for 20 minutes. 

Melinda Magbanua


Rib Caldereta


Caldereta's name derives from the Spanish word caldera meaning cauldron. The dish is similar to meat stews from the Iberian peninsula and was brought to the Philippines by the Spanish.


4lbs baby backribs

1Calderita mix mamasita

1 knorr cube


1/2 Kelbasa smoked

1 jar olives

1 tomato sauce

2 potatos 

3 carrots-med 

Bell pepper


1 Onion


Shredded cheese on top


With your BioNcookware 8 Qt first place tomato, garlic, onions then ribs and sausage. Then mix in kalderita mix, knorr cubes and pepper. Then add carrots, potatoes and bell pepper. Then sprinkle on shredded cheese. Turn on the stove for 10 minutes on Medium high heat with the whistle open. After 10 minutes your BioNcookware will whistle then close the whistle turning it to the right. Then put on low heat for an additional 30 minutes. 

Oil and Water-less Spaghetti

Corn Chowder



1/2 lb bacon

1/2 lb cooked ham (optional)

1 diced yellow onion

6 golden potatoes diced

2 cans evaporated milk

2 cups half & half or heavy cream

2 cans whole kernel corn

2 cans cream style corn

tsp salt

1/2 tsp pepper

 pinch of cayenne pepper

2 tbsp flour


Heat your 8 qt BioNcookware on medium high heat. Cut bacon into small pieces and put into the pot. Cook until slightly brown and remove excess oil. Add in ham, onion, diced potatoes and let it cook two minutes. mix in the rest of the ingredients except flour. Stir once and let it all boil together for 8 minutes. Mix flour with 1/4 cup of water and add to the pot and stir together. Serve with your favorite crackers!

By: Raquel Perkins


Chicken Tinola



1 ginger sliced

1 medium papaya (green)

1 spoon sliced garlic

1/2 diced onion

1 bunch of spinach leave or sili

1 package chicken legs or thighs


Put all of the ingredients into your 8 Qt. BioNcookware pot. Add 2-3 cups of water for the broth. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to medium for 20 minutes. (25 minutes for bigger pieces of chicken). After 20/25 minutes drop in the spinach or sili leaves, cover for 2-3 minutes and then serve!

By: Fely Villafuerte


Seafood Paella



2 cups paella rice

13 pcs large clams

13 pcs mussels

13 pcs large shrimps

1 pc  large squid sliced

13 pcs cut chicken wings

16 oz clam juice

1 cup water

 1 & 1/2 chopped parsley

1 tomato

1 cup green peas

1 & 1/2 tablespoon Saffron

1 onion

1 red bell pepper

1 tablespoon paprika

2 tablespoon chopped garlic

6 tablespoon olive oil

2 tablespoon sea salt

2 pcs lemons


First fry all the seafood and chicken individually in your BioNcookware skillet and set aside. The add the garlic, onion and tomato to saute. Once sauteed, add the liquids, bring it to a boil, then add paprika, saffron, half of the chopped parsley and the rice, stir and let it cook. Once the rice is almost cooked add in seafood and chicken on top according to your style. Put the lid back on and leave it in very low heat until the rice is fully cooked. Note: while boiling the liquid before you add the rice put the chicken wings until its totally cooked then set aside. 

By: Gilbert Pallado


Anabelle Lumauig


Chicken Soup/Nilagang Manok



2 lbs drumletts

1 medium onion

2 medium tomatoes

2 carrots

1 potato


2 cubes chicken bouillon

Lawry's Poultry Seasoning

Chili powder

1 Napa cabbage


Marinate chicken drumletts with Lawry's Poultry Seasoning and chili powder overnight. Combine all ingredients in this order. Chicken, onions, tomatoes, chicken bouillon, carrots, potatoes and Napa cabbage in 8qt BioNookware pot. Cook for 35 minutes.

Maritess Carreon


Chicken Pastel


Chicken Pastel or Pastel de Pollo in Spanish, is the Filipino version of the Chicken Pot Pie sans the pie.


2 lbs chicken

1 pack hot dog



1 can mushrooms 

3 potatoes 

2 carrot 

1 red bell pepper

1 can Campbell mushrooms soup

Salt and pepper to taste 

1 cup milk


In your 6 Qt BioNcookware pot dump

all of the ingredients together on

medium temperature for 12 minutes.

Once it whistles turn it to low

temperature for another 25 minutes.