These Are The Top Recipes On This 2023

These are your favorite recipes this 2023!
from left to right: coffee jelly, vegetable kare-kare, pork siomai
Photo by | Illustrated by Camille Georgia Uy

There’s been a lot of ups and downs this 2023, but through it all, we hope that you — our dear reader — have been able to cook, bake, and eat your favorite recipes. After all, one way to unwind after a long day (or a long year?) is to settle in with delicious, comforting food that maybe you or your loved one has painstakingly cooked!

In the spirit of reminiscing the good times gone by, we’ve collecte all of the top recipes that you’ve loved to make on

Here Are Your Favorite Recipes This 2023:

1 Pork Siomai Recipe

pork siomai on a rectangular plate

Even though most regard siomai as Chinese food, it holds a special place in every Filipino’s heart — and the top place when it comes to this year’s top recipes! This savory pork siomai recipe is filled with pork and veggies, can be made ahead in big batches, and only takes a few minutes to cook. It’s the perfect make-ahead snack or low-budget meal, depending on your preference.


2 Cheese Puto Recipe

This simple but irresistably delicious Filipino delicacy is number two on the top 10 list, and honestly, we cannot see why not! Not only is it easy to make; the sweet rice cake is complemented really well by the salty cheese topping. If you didn’t make this cheese puto recipe in 2023, we recommend you try it in 2024. It’s never too late to learn how to make this quintessential kakanin!


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3 Vegetable Kare-kare Recipe

kare-kare in a blue-gray bowl
Photo by Bianca Laxamana

This year, we are also happy to report that your 2023 New Year’s Resolutions to eat healthier did not go to vain, as we’ve got a lot of vegetable dishes that made it to the top of our list! Chief among them is this twist on the classic kare-kare, where instead of the usual beef, we made veggies like sitaw, eggplant, and bok choy the star of the show. This vegetable kare-kare recipe is a yummy dish to make when you want something savory and hearty.


4 Easy Coffee Jelly Recipe

easy coffee jelly recipe image
Photo by Patrick Martires | Styling by Lady Badoy

This easy coffee jelly recipe has been a favorite for years, and no wonder: it takes very little effort to make, and yet it just hits the right spot when you take a bite of it after a meal… or really, any time during the day. 

5 Jollibee Burger Steak Recipe Hack

burger steak with mushroom gravy with steamed white rice
Photo by Laxa Laxamana

Considering that this year, we said goodbye to Jollibee’s lumpiang shanghai, it was mildly surprising to us that our Jollibee Burger Steak Recipe Hack was one of your favorites this year. This recipe hack gives you a thicker patty and and equally delicious mushroom sauce, and lets you enjoy your favorite fast food dish right at home!


6 Paksiw na Isda Recipe

paksiw na isda bangus recipe dish
Photo by Riell Santos

What we love about this paksiw na isda recipe is just how versatile it is. While we use bangus or milkfish in this particular one, you can definitely swap it out with tanigue, salmon, tuna, tilapia, or almost any fish you prefer!

7 Lugaw with Egg Recipe

lugaw with egg topshot on a bright yellow placemat
Photo by Patric Martires | Styling by Lady Badoy

This lugaw with egg recipe has also long been a favorite on Not only does it yield a hearty, comforting bowl of deliciously savory lugaw; it’s topped with a perfectly cooked hard-boiled egg for that extra protein. Plus, it takes less than an hour to make, so you can always have a hot bowl of lugaw whenever you’re craving it in almost no time at all.


8 Batangas Lomi Recipe

batangas lomi
Photo by Majoy Siason

If you’re hankering for a hot bowl of savory noodle soup but don’t have the time to go all the way to Batangas just to get their famous lomi, we’ve got you: our Batangas Lomi Recipe is something you can easily cook at home! 

9 Sinampalukang Manok Recipe with Fresh Sampaloc

sinampalukang manok or chicken in sampaloc soup recipe dish
Photo by Riell Santos

Speaking of comfort soups, this sinampalukang manok recipe with fresh sampaloc is as comforting as it gets. It’s tangy, savory, and hearty, and it takes a shorter time to make than pork sinigang or beef nilaga as you don’t have to boil the chicken for too long to get it tender.


10 Chicken Skin Recipe

Photo by Zoe Del Rosario

It’s such a convenience that you can now easily buy bags of just chicken skin in the supermarket because now you can make your own chicken skin recipe without having to peel the skin off of several… well, chickens! These flavorful, crunchy snacks are perfect as bar chow or as an appetizer; just make sure to make a lot because we’ve found that it’s difficult to munch on just a few pieces.


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