FILIPINO FAVORITE

WATCH: How to Make Pork Embotido

Enjoy the easy-to-make Filipino party-staple on weekdays, too!
No need to wait for an occasion to enjoy pork embotido. It's a make-ahead dish that you can store in the freezer and just take out and pan-fry when you want to include it in your weekday spread.  Pork Embotido Recipe  ...

Sizzling Bulalo Steak

With tender slices of beef, rich bone marrow, and tasty gravy, this dish calls for a big bowl of steaming rice to go with it!
With tender slices of beef, rich bone marrow, and tasty gravy, this dish calls for a big bowl of steaming rice to go with it! Make and share this recipe of Sizzling Bulalo Steak. An awesome beef shank dish! ...

Sinigang na Bangus sa Bayabas Recipe (Stewed Milkfish in Guava Soup)

The guava adds a delicate mild tang to this popular local stew.
Sinigang is a Filipino favorite and is usally made with tamarind. This recipe uses guava as thesouring agent, which  adds a delicate mild tang to this popular local stew. ...

Pancit Luglog Recipe

Pancit Luglog is the more saucy noodle dish made with a shrimp-annatto sauce.
Pancit Luglog is Filipino noodle dish similar to that of Pancit Palabok. The main difference is the type of noodles used and the Pancit Luglog is the more saucy dish between the two. Pancit Lulog uses thick rice noodles and is typically ...

Adobong Pusit Recipe (Squid Adobo)

This Filipino squid dish uses the adobo method (cooking meat in a soy sauce-and-vinegar mixture).
This Filipino squid dish uses the adobo method  (cooking meat in a soy sauce-and-vinegar mixture) and squid is simmered until the liquid becomes a savory-sour sauce. It's a well-loved dish for a reason: it's easy-to-make plus it has all the familiar sweet, sour, and savory adobo ...

Beef Mechado Recipe

The soy sauce, beef stock, and tomato sauce give this Filipino beef dish a rich sauce.
This easy Filipino beef recipe is similar to other tomato-based stews like Caldereta and Estofado. The soy sauce, beef stock, and tomato sauce give it a rich sauce while the veggies provide texture and flavor to this easy Filipino favorite. ...

Pata Tim Recipe

The star of this dish is pig’s leg: cook it low and slow as it simmers with both sweet and salty seasonings.
Pata tim is a popular Filipino dish that is sure to be the star of your weekend dinner. Its main ingredient is pig’s leg: cook it low and slow as it simmers with both sweet and salty seasonings. This creates an aromatic ...

Lengua Estofado Recipe

This dish has ox tongue slowly braised into a tomato sauce until tender.
This dish has ox tongue slowly braised into a tomato sauce until tender. Take your time with this dish — it is very worth the wait!  ...

Sarciadong Isda (Fried Fish with Sauce) Recipe

Stewed sweet tomato sauce easily elevates pan-fried fish.
This Filipino fish recipe is composed of pan-fried fish simmered in stewed tomato sauce. Sarciadong isda is a quick and simple dish to make especially if you're pressed for time. You can use leftover fried fish from the night before and create ...

Beef and Baby Corn Stir-Fry Recipe

This beef stir fry is perfect for busy weeknights.
A stir-fry dish is one of the easiest meals you can whip up! This beef stir-fry is perfect for busy weeknights or as a quick meal when you want something filling that's filled with veggies, too. ...

Sinigang na Panga ng Tuna Recipe (Tuna Jaw in Sour Broth)

This sinigang recipe is a variation of the popular Filipino sour broth.
This sinigang recipe is a variation of the popular Filipino sour broth. In this recipe, tuna jaw is used instead of fish or pork. ...

Adobong Hipon sa Gata Recipe (Shrimp Adobo in Coconut Milk)

Your usual shrimp dish is made more flavorful with coconut milk and adobo sauce.
Your usual shrimp dish is made more flavorful with coconut milk and adobo sauce. ...

Ginisang Sayote Recipe (Sauteed Chayote)

This easy veggie recipe can either be served as a side dish or as a main dish!
This easy veggie recipe can either be served as a side dish or as a main dish! ...

Chicken Feet with Black Beans Recipe

The dish, which has Chinese origins, is usually simmered with black beans and sugar.
Boiled or steamed chicken feet is eaten as appetizer or as a main dish in the Philippines. This chicken recipe has Chinese origins and the dish is usually simmered with black beans and sugar. ...

Hototay Soup Recipe

Save this recipe for a rainy day!
This comforting bowl of Chinese soup will definitely keep you warm. This hototay soup has a generous serving of chicken and vegetables—perfect for a rainy day!  ...

Beef with Mustasa Recipe

This is a simple and quick beef stir-fry—something you can turn to again and again for busy weeknights.
This is a simple and quick stir-fry recipe with robust flavor—it is something you can turn to again and again for busy weeknights. ...

Adobong Okra Recipe

Okra pairs well with a light version of pork adobo for a fast side dish.
Okra pairs well with a light version of pork adobo for a fast side dish. Finish this dish with crunchy fried garlic and a drizzle of adobo sauce! ...

Almondigas Recipe

This meatball-and-noodle soup is a comforting Pinoy dish.
This meatball-and-noodle soup is a comforting Filipino soup dish. Made with misua (fine rice noodles), pork meatballs, and vegetables, this dish has many variations: some add grated carrots to the soup for texture and garnish it with leeks. ...

Okoy Recipe

A simple appetizer made with shrimp and deep-fried until crispy.
Okoy (also spelled as ukoy) is a Filipino appetizer that is simple and easy to make. It requires only a few ingredients, which you could find at your local supermarket. Some of these ingredients include: shrimp, cornstarch, and peppercorn. The batter made ...

Pork Dinuguan (Pork Blood Stew) Recipe

This Filipino pork stew is a mixture of vinegar, pig's blood and pork belly.
Pork dinuguan or pork blood stew is a Filipino dish simmered in a rich mixture of vinegar, pig's blood and pork belly.This Filipino dish is an acquired taste and is usually paired with rice or puto (rice cake). Pork belly is usually used ...
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