Recipes You Loved in August: Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Maja Blanca + More

Last month was all about comfort food and desserts!

Sometimes, we play favorites with our dishes, too. Here are the most-read recipes last month. Give them a try if you haven’t yet!


1 Mango Sago

These look fancy enough to serve at a party, but we promise, it will only take a few minutes to prep!


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

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This creamy and light Filipino favorite is easy to make!



2 Maja Blanca

This version of the creamy Filipino dessert uses toasted coconut—don’t hesitate to pile them on!


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Soaking chicken in buttermilk and double-dredging it in flavorful breading takes this fried chicken recipe to the next level!

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This savory Filipino pork stew is easy to make!



3 Buttermilk Fried Chicken

A simple addition to your marinade makes fried chicken more exciting.




4 Lechon Kawali Binagoongan sa Gata

We used crispy pork belly to make the classic binagoongan better.




5 Mango Float Freezer Cake

We used Earl grey tea for this crowd-pleaser—it makes a delicious difference.



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A layer of broas dipped in earl grey tea takes this classic no-bake mango dessert recipe to the next level!

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Yema is a classic Filipino candy made with egg yolks, condensed milk, and butter.



6 Yema

You only need a few ingredients to make this Filipino treat.




7 Pancit Palabok

This party staple is always reliable. Try this recipe if you want to try making it at home.




8 Homemade Skinless Chicken Longganisa

This recipe for the local sausage uses ground chicken instead of pork.




9 Silvanas

Crunchy meringue hugs a rich buttercream filling—how can you not love this dessert?




10 Adobong Okra

Okra + ground pork + adobo sauce makes for one delicious side dish.




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