PINOY RECIPE

4 Easy Steps to Making Embutido

We show you how to make this Filipino-style meatloaf.
Hungry for Pinoy favorites? Learn how to make this Filipino-style meatloaf the traditional way. Yield 3 (7-inch) rolls Prep Time 30 minutes Cooking Time 45 to 50 minutes1/2 cup chopped chicken breast1 cup ground pork1/4 cup fi nely chopped onions1/4 cup finely ...

Reader Tips: Make the Best Kare-Kare

Our readers gave us a few tips on how to make an extra saucy peanut stew.
Filipinos love a good kare-kare. A classic Pinoy stew made of ground toasted peanuts and oxtail, kare-kare is a comforting dish, served warm with piles of rice and a healthy dose of bagoong or fermented fish.  We asked our readers what exactly they do ...

Crispy Kangkong

Quick, stress-free, and delicious!
Quick, stress-free, and delicious! ...

Tokwa't Bagnet Recipe

This take on tokwa't baboy is made even more delicious by using an Ilocos specialty - bagnet.
This deconstructed take on tokwa’t baboy is made even more delicious by using an Ilocos specialty - bagnet. Delight your guests by serving the pork and tofu pieces on single-serve plates. For a complete merienda, serve with congee. ...

Tilapia Fingers with Green Mango Sauce

The fruity and tangy green mango dip perfectly complements the crispy fried tilapia.
Instead of the usual tartar, dunk your fish fingers in a thick, green mango sauce—the fruity and tangy dip perfectly complements the crispy fried tilapia. ...

Salmon Head Sinigang sa Miso Recipe

Looking for a comforting bowl of sinigang?
Rainy days are best spent indoors with a comforting bowl of sinigang and lots of steamed rice. Can’t find salmon heads? Try maya-maya instead. ...

Adobo Burrito Recipe

Makeover your leftover adobo and turn them into picnic or baon-ready dishes.
Makeover your leftover adobo and turn them into picnic or baon-ready dishes. ...

Kinilaw na Tuna Recipe

Always wanted to make kinilaw? Try this recipe.
Kinilaw is a dish that is basically raw relying on the acid in the dressing to slightly ‘cook’ the fish or seafood. It is usually a pulutan or appetizer taken with drinks but can also be served as a main dish. ...

WATCH: How to Make Adobo sa Atsuete

This adobo version is peppery, garlicky, and has an earthy flavor from the atsuete!
This adobo version is peppery, garlicky, and has an earthy flavor from the atsuete! Frying the meat in atsuete oil not only gives it a nice orange hue, it also gives the meat an extra layer of flavor. Adobo sa AtsuetePrep time 5 minutesCooking time2 hours ...

Adobong Manok at Baboy

This dish is a favorite of Mira Angeles's family, as prepared by their beloved nanny, "Lola Waps."
This adobo recipe is a classic one! This dish is a favorite of contributor Mira Angeles’s family, as prepared by their beloved nanny, Flor “Lola Waps” Tagulalap. Mira and Lola Waps are featured in the story “Muses of cookery” in the May ...

La Paz-style Batchoy

When it gets nippy, have a steaming bowl of broth and noodles flavored with all-Pinoy flavors.
Little else comes close to a comforting broth such as batchoy. When it gets nippy, there's no better companion than a steaming bowl of broth and silky noodles flavored with all-Pinoy flavors. ...

Palitaw Recipe

Enjoy this with a cup of kapeng barako for a scrumptious experience.
Delight your friends and family with these sweet rice cakes that can be prepared in a snap. Enjoy this with a cup of kapeng barako for a scrumptious experience.  ...

Ginataang Langka (Young Jackfruit in Coconut Milk)

The addition of unripe jackfruit lends a textural element to a popular binagoongan dish.
The addition of unripe jackfruit lends a textural element to a popular binagoongan dish. Extra rice, please! ...

Garlic Pasta with Adobo Flakes and Poached Eggs

Choose poaching as a cooking method when preparing delicate ingredients like eggs and fish.
This adobo recipe pairs adobo flakes with poached eggs. Choose poaching as a cooking method when preparing delicate ingredients like eggs and fish. ...

Adobo de Campesino

Aside from sitaw, you can use other legumes like sigarilyas for this dish. Tweak it as you like it.
According to Gene Gonzalez, owner and instructor of Center for Asian Culinary Studies and author of The Little Adobo Book, the presence of annatto oil in this Southern Luzon favorite must have originated from the Spanish friars since other Hispanized colonies use ...

Pork Binagoongan sa Gata Recipe

Pork belly cooked in shrimp paste and coconut milk
The cooking time of this pork binagoongan sa gata dish is dependent on the size of the pork cubes—cut them smaller if you're pressed for minutes. Not into creamy stews? Skip the coconut cream.   ...
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