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Inipit Cake Recipe

This Bulacan delicacy has two cakes pressed together.
This Bulacan cake recipe is called inipit because a sweet yema filling is pressed between two sponge cakes. If you are confused regarding what a sponge cake is, if you've eaten a mamon, you've eaten a sponge cake. A sponge cake is very ...

Kalamay Recipe

This chewy and sweetened kakanin is soft and delicious!
Some of the most common kakanin are those found peddled on the side streets! One of the more common kinds of kakanin is the kalamay. This kakanin is sticky, chewy, and usually topped with latik. There are two kinds of latik, the sticky and ...

Skinless Lucban Longganisa Recipe

This longganisa is garlicky, sour, and herby.
What distinguishes this homemade rekadong longganisa recipe from Lucban, Quezon or longganisang Lucban from other homemade sausage recipes is the addition of the dried oregano and paprika. It's a more savory and garlicky recipe that's mouthwatering when paired with garlic rice and fried eggs!  ...

Lutik Recipe

This Ilonggo recipe is similar to the ginataang kalabasa.
You'll love this extra special combination of squash, pork, shrimp, and coconut if you love the ginataang kalabasa. Lutik is a classic Ilonggo dish enjoyed by many households in Bacolod, Iloilo, and the Negros island in the south. It’s very similar to the traditional ginataang ...

Ilocano Okoy Tiyosko Recipe

This okoy has something different that makes it super delicious!
Okoy recipes make fantastic merienda food. These easy fritters are crispy, fried, and loaded with vegetables. Since it's so easy to make, you can let your creativity guide you and make it super special with additional ingredients. This Ilocano version called the Okoy Tiyosko is made extra special. It's not ...

KBL (Kadyos, Baboy, at Langka) Recipe

The sourness of this "sinigang" is from batuan.
"Sinigang" doesn't always mean the dish made with sampaloc or tamarind. In fact, the root word is "sigang" or to cook or stew in a broth. Many dishes have been made into a sinigang but not all are made with sampaloc. Take this KBL recipe. It's ...

Utan Bisaya Recipe

This regional soup is loaded with the freshest vegetables.
Down in the Visayas in the Southern Philippines, there is a boiled vegetable dish that is popular. Called utan bisaya, this vegetable soup is a simple dish that's loaded with delicately boiled vegetables and flavored with flaked fish. If you enjoy soups that don't mask the flavors of its ...

Puto Calasiao Recipe

This classic puto is easy to make if you've got time.
This sticky white puto, or steamed rice cake, from Calasiao in Pangasinan is easy to make. It begins with malagkit rice which is ground and made into a batter before being steamed. The biggest investment is time to allow the rice to ...

Laguna-Style Beef Lumpia Recipe

Laguna lumpia uses sweet potatoes in its lumpia recipe.
The Laguna-style lumpia is unique among lumpiang gulay recipes since it uses no togue in its filling. These fried spring rolls contain sweet potatoes instead.  ...

Beef in Coconut Milk (Beef Kulma) Recipe

This Tausug beef stew recipe is hearty, delicious, and Filipino.
This dish from Mindanao is a beef stew that's unlike anything that you might have tasted before. This is because of the ingredients added in that make it taste totally appetizing and fantastic.You may want to pile on some steamed rice because this beef stew has flavors ...

We Found Brazo De Mercedes That Ube Fans Will Love

Ube goodness in every bite.
Imagine biting into soft sweet meringue, flavored with ube, and finding a chunky ube halaya center in the middle of the brazo de Mercedes slice—ube fans will surely sigh in contentment.Brazo de Mercedes is a rolled cake made of sweet meringue and ...

Have You Heard Of This Kakanin Called Bot-ong From Bacolod?

It used to be a kakanin that's eaten during All Soul's Day.
There are a lot of types of kakanin you can find all over the Philippines. We have the common suman, sapin-sapin, kutsinta, puto, pichi-pichi, biko, puto bumong, and bibingka which you can find almost everywhere, and we have the more unusual and ...
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