FILIPINO FOOD

Go Local: 6 Pinoy Dishes to Master

Whip up a fiesta at home with these local dishes.
What are your Pinoy food favorites? Here, 6 recipes of well-loved Filipino dishes to master:  1. KalderetaThis rich and tasty dish is meant to be eaten with lots of rice!2. LumpiaLumpia is not just for parties—serve this with sweet and sour sauce ...

Celebrate Filipino Cuisine at "Sabroso!" at the Midas Hotel

Go on a food trip around the Philippines with Midas Hotel’s first-ever Filipino food festival.
No need to hop on a plane for the ultimate Pinoy food trip! Taste-travel your way to the different regions of the country via Midas’ Hotel’s first-ever food festival dubbed “Sabroso!”.This September, Southern Luzon favorites such as Laing, Tinumok, Shrimp Ukoy, and ...

10 Pinoy Dishes You Need to Learn This Year

Make this the year you master these well-loved Filipino recipes.
.Love Filipino dishes? We have 10 recipes worth trying out:1. Lumpia A staple at Pinoy parties, these rolls are incredibly easy to make.2. Adobo sa BukoThis version uses coconut water and pandan leaves.3. AsadoTender pork slices make this dish the star of ...

5 Pinoy Pork Dishes That Every Kitchen Newbie Can Cook

These dishes aren’t really difficult to whip up.
.When you think of Pinoy meals, there are staples that always appear in every family get-together, a matriarch’s recipe book, or the Noche Buena spread. Pork dishes are one of them. Coupled with bowls of steaming hot rice, pork dishes are also reliable ...

Pinoy Summer Desserts and Coolers: Which One Is Your Favorite?

“Dirty ice cream” in pandesal, halo-halo, and more!
When the summer heat gets unbearable, which Pinoy dessert or cooler do you crave for?Sorbetes SandwichYou don't have to wait for manong sorbetero—you can make your own ice cream sandwiches at home! Fresh Fruit Halo-haloSummer days always call for halo-halo. You can make ...

10 Recipes You Loved in May: Local Treats, No-Bake Chocolate Cake + More

Last month’s most popular recipes were fit for a summer party spread!
We totally agree, we love these recipes, too! Have you tried any of them?  Pastillas de LecheCathedral WindowsSteamed Orange Chocolate CakeSilvanasCrunchy Tofu Steak and MushroomsEspasolFilipino BBQ MarinadeMango Cream Cheesecake No-Cook Pastillas de Leche Mango Sago ...

10 Pinoy Recipes You Love: Pastillas, Lumpia, Yema Cake, and More!

Have you tried these recipes on Yummy.ph yet?
We all love the occasional carbonara, Pad Thai, and ramen, but Pinoy dishes always spell comfort food. Here, 10 popular Pinoy recipes on Yummy.ph: Pastillas de Leche  Mango Sago Filipino BBQ Marinade Homemade Fish Balls Yema Cake Cheesy Ensaymada Silvanas Beef Asado Cathedral Windows  Lumpia*List is based on Google Analytics (January-May ...

Lechon Kawali Batchoy Recipe

Have you tried jusing lechon kawali in your batchoy?
How do we make noodle soup extra special? By topping it with crispy lechon kawali, chicharon bits, and soft-boiled eggs ...

3 Tips to Cooking Crispy Pata

Who doesn't love this Filipino dish?
Served with a soy-vinegar dipping sauce, crispy pata is an all-time favorite. Make sure the meat is braised till it is fork-tender and the skin has a golden, crunchy quality by following these tips:1. Make sure to dry the pork thoroughly after ...

The Easy Way to Make Bibingka

Craving for bibingka? Whip it up at home with our quick and easy take on this Filipino favorite.
.Bibingka is a rice cake made with rice flour, coconut milk, and water and is traditionally eaten during the holidays. Craving for bibingka? Whip it up at home with our quick and easy take on this Filipino favorite.1 cup rice flour1/2 cup ...

How to Make Chicken Relleno

Have your chicken deboned by your vendor at the wet market. All you have to do is marinate, stuff, and roast!
Chicken relleno is always present on the holiday table. This tasty Noche Buena mainstay is made up of prized ingredients: ham, chorizo, queso de bola, and olives. You might think twice about making this dish since deboning a whole chicken is quite ...

What You Need to Know About Making Kinilaw

Acid + Fish = Deliciousness
There is something absolutely magical about kinilaw, the Filipino dish made of fresh raw fish cured in vinegar or citrus juices. All it takes is a handful of ingredients, a quick toss in a bowl and a spell in the fridge to ...

WATCH: Puto Bumbong is One of Our Fave Holiday Food

Puto Bumbong, the local treat made of glutinous rice, always signals the start of the holiday season.
Puto Bumbong is made from glutinous rice with a distinct purple flavor. The mixture is poured into bamboo tubes and steamed until cooked and is traditionally served with butter, shredded coconut meat, and muscovado sugar. Ready to try making this holiday treat? ...

WATCH: Here's How Bibingka Is Made

This popular Simbang Gabi treat is one of the best things about the holidays!
Bibingka is a rice cake made with rice flour, coconut milk, and water and is traditionally eaten during the holidays. You can also make it at home using your oven:The Easy Way to Make BibingkaVisit our YouTube channel for more videos, recipes, ...

5 Global Pinoy Restaurants You Need to Watch For

Filipino food is ready to go global.
The world is buzzing about Filipino food. Writers and food nerds from the world over can’t stop talking about the bright, bold, sometimes confusing, and always fascinating flavors of Pinoy cuisine. Whether it’s umami-packed adobo or the colorful halo-halo, people can’t seem ...

Food Factor: Pinoy Food for Adventurous Eaters

Sometimes, it’s fun to eat outside the box: these Filipino dishes are a must-try.
Beef Papaitan is a popular regional spicy-bitter stew made with goat innards. Pinoy food may be misconstrued for being a bit strange and with good reason. While our food is always delicious, sometimes the ingredients we use can seem a little unusual ...
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