Kimba’s Kitchen

Welcome to Kimba’s Kitchen. This blog is dedicated to all foodies and food lovers out there. Come and join me in our family kitchen and let’s make wonderful and sumptuous meals together.

You can also follow me in my food adventures in different parts of the world. Yes, I love traveling to different countries and trying out local food and delicacies. I love going to fancy restaurants and simple diners. For me, the experience is worth it be it eating next to a garage door in Oklahoma City or an expensive and exclusive fine dining in London.
But as they say, nothing beats our home sweet home. I do reviews of different restaurants in Melbourne and Sydney. You will also get updated with the latest deals and promos from these restaurants and other partner food establishments and restaurant applications. Be updated on the newest food events and join the exciting food bazaars where you can get awesome finds for your tummy’s delight. Know where to get the freshest and most nutritious ingredients for your home cooking. I will help you get the most out of your money when dining out with your family and friends.

Kimba’s Kitchen is your kitchen. You can see my pantry, meal plans, and recipes for cooking. I have recipes for different seasons and different cuisines. Take a pick of the recipes for pasta, appetizers, beef, chicken, lamb, duck, pork, seafood, salads, and desserts. Or if you are vegetarian, I also have recipes for you. You can cook a variety of dishes that will surely satisfy your tummy and the whole family for every special occasion and simple get together. Impress them with your culinary skills and savvy. I also review food products and services so that you will know the best buys in the supermarkets and groceries. In that way, we can stretch your budget and that means more money to buy more food for you and the family.

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Chicken and Pork Adobe

I went to a Filipino food bazaar over the weekend and I have some amazing finds! I bought a bottle of sugar cane vinegar, crispy pork rinds which they said they called “chicharon”, the ever famous “bagoong”, which has a not so good smell because it is made of salted and fermented tiny shrimps but it just tastes oh so yummy when paired with green mangoes that I also bought from the bazaar. They also had some free taste of local Filipino dishes such as pork sinigang (sour soup), pinakbet (vegetable stew), lechon (roasted pig), and adobo. And they all tasted great! I was so obsessed with their adobo that I had to ask my Filipino friends for its recipe. It is just so good that I have to share the recipe with you guys. I will try to recreate this classic Filipino dish in my humble kitchen here in Australia

Here are the ingredients that you need to prepare:

5 cloves of garlic, crushed
1 tsp whole peppercorns
3pcs laurel leaves
1 tbsp sugar (optional)
1 cup vinegar
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2kilo of pork
1/2 kilo of chicken