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Guinomis Recipe (How to make Guinomis)

Guinomis or Gulaman is a sweet and refreshing Filipino drink that’s made up of gulaman (jelly), sago (agar), sugar, water, vanilla (optional), pandan leaves...

Halo-Halo Recipe (How to Make Halo-Halo)

The word "haluhalo" or Halo-Halo can translate to something that’s been mixed together like this halo-halo dessert. The Halo-Halo Recipe is truly a Pinoy...

Mais Con Yelo Recipe (Mais Con Hielo)

Whoever invented Mais Con Yelo (Mais con Hielo for Spanish) is pure genius. Usually, you would find corn in more savory preparations like Nilaga...

Pork Humba Recipe

Pork Humba is a type of Filipino stew cooked with garlic, onion, vinegar, soy sauce, bay leaves, brown sugar, Tausi, Banana blossoms, black pepper...

Ampalaya with Egg Recipe

Nothing could be simpler than this Ampalaya With Egg Recipe. It's a healthy dish made of only two main ingredients plus onions, garlic, and...

Crispy Adobo Flakes Recipe

Adobo in the Philippines is a little different from Adobo of other countries. Adobo or "Adobar" is a type of Spanish marinade or sauce...

Ginataang Langka Recipe

The term "Ginataan" is used for dishes that use coconut milk to thicken the sauce. A fresh coconut is the best ingredient that you...

Dinakdakan Recipe

People in the Philippines are used to eating different parts of the pig. Aside from the meat, the liver, ears, snout and other parts,...

Adobong Kangkong Recipe

This Adobong Kangkong Recipe is the vegetable version of the well-loved Filipino Adobo. Like the Pork Adobo and Adobo Flakes, the Adobong Kangkong Recipe...

Fish Escabeche Recipe

Escabeche is a dish that's not only known in the Philippines. It's actually a common fare in Latin American and Mediterranean cooking. They make...

Bangus Sisig Recipe

As time goes by, people look for ways to reinvent popular dishes and presenting it in a new way. Sisig, for example, has really...

Sizzling Pork Sisig Recipe

Sisig will always be one of the dishes that Kapampangans are proud of and thanks to the "Sisig Queen", Aling Lucing or Lucia Cunanan...

Ensaymada Recipe

This sweet Bun originally made from "Saim" or good quality "Lard" is called Ensaymada. It's said that its origins come from the Moors during...

Kalamay Ube Recipe

The Philippines should be proud of the many native sweets from its many provinces. One Filipino native sweet which deserves more applause is Kalamay...

Chicken Pastel Recipe

If you're looking for a superb dish to serve during the holidays or just about any day that you want to make special, try...

Chicken Inasal Recipe (Homemade)

The Negros Island Region in the Philippines, in particular, Bacolod and Negros Occidental are proud of a Chicken chargrilled specialty. The Marinade uses in...

Suman Malagkit Recipe

Glutinous Rice (Malagkit) is a type of rice famous all throughout Asia for its culinary use. It is common to use it in many...

Pork Steak Recipe (Filipino Style)

A huge chunk of meat that's been grilled and drizzled with sauce and some garnishings are called Steak. Various meats can be used as...

Bibingkang Malagkit Recipe

When the air gets cold and the season turns darker, you can turn one corner and you'll find this Filipino favorite. It is common...

Yema Cake Recipe

Not much is said about the history of this sweet but the term "Yema" means "Yolk" in Spanish and back in the day when...

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