Yes, there is a dish from the Philippines called caldereta, but this is NOT it. Pineapple juice? Cheese? I added the pineapple juice but did not add the cheese. The pineapple juice just didn't work well. Will not be making this again, will stick to the caldereta recipe that true Filipinos cook.
yes pineapple and cheese is possible. like adobo we have different versions of caldereta even menudo. i think this recipe is good i will try this one on our fiesta.
Made as recipe stated and was good. It was a bit different because I grew up eating a slightly different version of it with potatoes, cheese and peanut butter.<br/><br/>For the person complaining about the cheese and pineapple juice -- different regions of the Philippines use different ingredients. My mother, A TRUE FILIPINA, always added peanut butter and cheese to ours. Not all recipes are the same for one country. Note, the author's wife is FILIPINA and this is her recipe.
i made it last night! it was delicious! thank you for the share! Lisa
I tried this easy-step recipe! well it came out so delicious! thanks to George Clement for sharing this :)
We also add pickle relish as an optional ingredients to add some tangy taste of this stew.
im a filipino and yes sometimes we add cheese to caldereta, yummy!!!
hi! i've tried this and it tasted good.... i added fish sauce as the last step! i also loved the cheese with kaldereta!
tried it but added chick peas. tastes great. thanks