Recipes You Loved in April: Salted Egg Fried Chicken, Adobong Pusit + More

Plus, summer-perfect desserts you won't get tired of.

If you haven’t tried them yet, now is the perfect time to try these recipes:

 


 

Salted Egg Yolk Chicken Wings Recipe

Coat fried chicken with a rich salted egg sauce. Choose the saltiest eggs you can find—the taste will rise above the other flavors, even when other ingredients are tossed into the mix.

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Adobong Pusit Recipe

This Filipino squid dish is an easy favorite! This dish uses the adobo method (cooking meat in a soy sauce-and-vinegar mixture): make sure to let it simmer just until the squid is cooked through.

 


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Mango Sago Recipe

Nothing spells summer in the Philippines like a sweet mango dessert.

 

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Love mango desserts? This recipe will be your new favorite!

 

 

 

Mais Con Yelo Popsicles Recipe

Update the classic mais con yelo by turning it into creamy grab-and-go ice pops!

 

 


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Caramel Chiffon Cake Recipe

Decked with icing flowers, this caramel treat is almost too pretty to eat!

 

 

 

Coconut Leche Flan Recipe

Here's how to make your classic leche flan recipe even richer: use thick, luscious coconut milk and coconut cream.

 

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Follow these simple tips for creamy and smooth leche flan!

 

 


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Binagoongan Isda sa Gata Recipe

Fish dishes don’t need to be boring. This binagoongan isda sa gata dish, or fish cooked in shrimp paste and coconut milk, is loaded with flavor.

 

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Don't get stuck in a seafood rut: there are many way to prepare fish that are available in markets.

 

 

 

Stir-Fried Shrimp Recipe 

Here’s a twist to your stir-fried shrimp dish. Use of the popular Taiwanese three-cup sauce: it isn’t just for chicken!

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Igado

A well-loved dish in the Ilocos region, Igado is made from pork tenderloin ang pig innards and cooked in a vinegar-soy sauce mixture.

 

 


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10 Pork Meatball and Misua Soup Recipe

This pork meatball and misua soup is a classic comforting dish!

 

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