5 Recipes from Your Favorite Foodie Bloggers

Five of your favorite Pinoy foodie bloggers shared their original recipes on Yummy.ph-and you can, too!

Now you can share your own recipes with fellow Filipino foodies through My Yummy!

 


 

1  Pinoy Elote

Elote is a popular street food corn dish in Mexico. Sabrina Go, the woman behind the blog Sinfully Sabrina, gives this street food favorite a Pinoy twist by topping it with creamy kesong puti and tart calamansi juice. Watch an easy video tutorial on how to make this here

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2  Daing Salad

Celebrate local flavors with this Pinoy-themed salad. Hazel Dizon is a mom of 2 who runs the blog Twice Cooked Adobo. Find lots of drool-worthy food snaps there, too! 

 

 


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3  Baked Chicken Tinola

Cy Ynares, who is known for his delicious cookies, can cook up a storm, too! Check out this fun twist on a Filipino favorite, chicken tinola. We bet you never thought of having crunchy chicken tinola, did you? 

 

 


 

4  Oven-Roasted Seabass

You might know Alexis Deocaris for his drool-worthy Instagram feed, ForkSpoonManila, but did you know that serves up some next-level dinners, too? Whip up this seabass dish for a satisfying meal with the family. 

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5  Creamy Tuna Pasta

Did we just win the lottery for the ultimate weeknight recipe? This pasta comes together in a flash, thanks to Discover MNL mastermind Lucky Alabado! Find new eats with her as she shares her fun food experiences online. 

 

 

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