Chef Sandy Daza shares family-inspired recipes

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Learn Filipino, Japanese, and Spanish recipes from Chef Sandy Daza in the comfort of your home from the all-new episodes of Casa Daza on Lifestyle TV this month.

Casa Daza showcases recipes that are inspired by Chef Sandy’s own family favorites. He shares easy-to-follow steps, from preparation to plating, while revealing interesting stories behind each recipe. Newbies and seasoned cooks will delight in the dishes that will encourage viewers to cook, eat, and celebrate with the whole family. 

Today, Japanese cuisine takes centerstage as the kitchen master features easy-to-cook Japanese restaurant bestsellers like chicken kara-age, sukiyaki and tonkatsu. 

Chef Sandy Daza shares his family’s favorite recipes in ‘Casa Daza’ on Lifestyle TV

Get to know some of the Dazas’ favorite classic Filipino recipes such as kare-kare with bagoong alamang guisado, bistek Tagalog, and Sandy’s famous chicken and pork adobo on July 24.  

Discover how to prepare Spanish tapas perfect for hosting dinners and get-togethers on July 31 with the chef’s easy-to-follow steps on making patatas bravas with spicy aioli sauce, bacalao ala viscayna, and the fresh fruit wine cocktail sangria. 

Lifestyle TV, a pioneer in local lifestyle programming, serves as a TV guide with a wealth of relevant and insightful content for the multi-faceted Filipino women. It balances a mix of acquired and locally produced programs that bare the ever-changing wellness, living, and entertainment cravings of its viewers. 

Casa Daza airs every Monday at 9 p.m. on Lifestyle TV, available on SkyCable and Destiny Cable channel 52, and Sky Direct channel 31. 

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