These Are The Delicious Pinoy Dishes Your Moms Cook Best

We asked you to show off your moms' signature dishes—and they look all-in-onederful!

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These Are The Delicious Pinoy Dishes Your Moms Cook Best

Most Pinoys will agree that moms are magicians in the kitchen — and food is definitely one of their love languages.

There is nothing quite like a home-cooked meal lovingly and tenderly prepared by our moms. Much like these special women, a dish made by our mothers is beyond compare.

To pay tribute and celebrate our moms, nanays, mamas, MAGGI® partnered with Smart Parenting and Yummy to put a spotlight on your favorite mama-made recipes. We asked you to share your moms' signature dishes — and truly, they look #AllinOnederful.

Here are some of our favorites:

 
Photo by Shem Gasatan.

Mommy Mariesan's Sinigang na Hipon

Sinigang is one of those classic Pinoy dishes that practically everyone loves. It’s hearty, nutritious, and incredibly versatile, too! The sampalok-infused sour soup pairs perfectly with pork, beef, or even different kinds of fish.

For Smart Parenting reader Shem Gasatan, her mom’s sinigang na hipon is truly extraordinary.  She writes in her post, "One of my personal favorites, mommy’s sinigang na hipon. Sarap! Thank you, Mom Mariesan! Happy Mother’s Day."

To recreate a version of this recipe with both fish and shrimp, visit this link.

 
Photo by MarisSa May Samoy Torres.

Mommy Teresita's Sweet and Sour Pork

No two sweet and sour pork recipes are the same. It’s one of those dishes Pinoys love to embellish and make their own. The base, however, remains the same: crunchy fried pork! Pineapple chunks also bring out the sweetness in this stew that everyone loves.

Yummy reader Marissa May Samoy Torres says her mom’s sweet and sour pork is the one she loves best. 

"Sweet and sour pork—it's my mom's recipe I love most. Every time she cooks this, we feel happy [during our] staycation at home, during our family bonding time. Happy Mother's Day, Mom! And thank you for cooking with us!" Marissa shares.

Want to make this, too? Follow the recipe here.

 
Photo by Emiko Yamazaki.

Mommy Cora's Superb Pasta

While not a traditionally Pinoy dish, pasta is beloved by a lot of Filipinos. It brings to mind birthday parties, reunions, and all sorts of family celebrations that bring joy to a lot of us who are family-oriented.

Yummy reader Emiko Yamazaki is probably one of them. In her post, she talks about how much she loves her mom’s seafood pasta with clams. "My mom makes the best vongole! Super sarap any time of the day!" she says. 

Check out this link if you also want to cook a pasta dish for your family.


As these photos and messages shared by Shem, Marissa, and Emiko demonstrated, there is really nothing more magical than our moms' cooking. The food they cook for us symbolizes their care, love, and sacrifice.

So, on Mother's Day, let's not forget to thank our moms, nanays, and mamas. Let's show them how much we love and appreciate every single thing they do for us. After all, nasa kamay nila ang #SarapNgBuhay!


With all-in-one seasoning MAGGI® MAGIC SARAP®, you can create all kinds of #AllinOnederful dishes for your family every day. MAGGI® MAGIC SARAP® is your partner — and your mom's, too! — sa pagpapasarap ng buhay.

Make #AllinOnederful dishes on Mother's Day by visiting www.maggi.ph. Follow MAGGI® Philippines on Facebook for updates.

This article was created by Summit StoryLabs in partnership with MAGGI.
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