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Chile Chicken

27 Oct

This dish is commonly cooked in Asian counties, and in the Philippines, this is known to be as “halang-halang“, or spiced food. It is a perfect recipe for the fall season because of its spiciness. You can serve it with rice, bread or even when you are drinking with your buddies, otherwise known as “pulutan“, or finger foods (I mean, you can use the fork :))
For the recipe, please click HERE. For more of these Asian recipes, you can visit CRAVING HAVEN. Thank you!

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