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Gambas Recipe (Sizzling Shrimp Platter)
Gambas is the Spanish word for shrimp it is a popular appetizer in Spain and is served in bars. After the colonial period of Spain in the Philippines the Gambas recipe is one of the foods that Filipino people inherited aside from arroz, bringhe and valenciana.
Okoy Recipe (Vegetable Fritter with Shrimp)
This Okoy recipe really shows how Filipino food is all about the celebration of local ingredients, various textures, and harmony of flavors. Whether it’s a light snack, a home-cooked meal for the family, or a grand gustatory affair like a town fiesta, Filipinos will always put their best food forward.
Homemade Sweet and Sour Sauce Recipe
No Sweet and Sour Recipe is complete without making the sumptuous Sweet and Sour Sauce Recipe, (See my Sweet and Sour Meatballs Recipe) in fact almost all of us can agree that the sauce is what makes or breaks the dish.
Chicken Pochero Recipe (Pocherong Manok)
This type of stew is commonly served during celebrations. It is made with chicken, vegetables, saba banana, and tomato sauce giving it robust flavor and the vegetables offer lightness to the dish.
Pork Pochero Recipe (Pocherong Baboy)
This Pork Pochero Recipe makes use of Plantain Bananas (Saging na Saba) which gives any dish a sweet taste. There are also carrots in the dish which add sweet notes to the sourness of the tomato sauce in this recipe. The addition of potatoes makes the sauce starchy so it's nice to eat it along with steamed rice.
Pinangat na Isda Recipe
Prepare this Pinangat na Isda Recipe if you're trying to lose weight or eating healthy. You can use fish like Hiwas, SapSap, Bisugo, Galunggong, Hasa Hasa, Tilapia or Bangus. This dish can be considered an everyday dish. It's the typical dish which mothers and grandmas serve on a weekday.
Fish Ceviche Recipe (Kinilaw na Isda Recipe)
You need to remember a few things to make a good Fish Ceviche Recipe. First is to use the right fish. This is the most basic part and should be followed no matter what. You want a white fish that's flaky and avoid oily fish like Mackerel or Tuna. You must use the freshest fish since you won't be cooking by fire.
Tinolang Manok Recipe (Chicken Tinola)
Tinolang Manok is cooked by sauteing garlic, onion, ginger, and chicken and then adding young papaya or sayote. You can also add malunggay or chili sprouts. Try this easy Tinolang Manok recipe and enjoy the comforting taste it gives.
Pininyahang Manok Recipe (Pineapple Chicken)
Pininyahang Manok is a burst of flavor ranging from sweet to umami to a bit salty that comes from combining coconut milk and pineapple juice. This dish gives a tropical vibe which is perfect since it’s always summer in the Philippines.
Filipino Fried Chicken Recipe
This addictive Filipino style fried chicken is a comfort for many Filipinos. It's easy and you can find the ingredients sitting around in your kitchen. With salt, pepper, garlic, onion, soy sauce and calamansi extract, you will capture the unique taste of this food. Try this Filipino fried chicken recipe and enjoy good times with the people you love with this economical, delicious and easy to make the dish.
Chicken in Sprite Recipe
The taste of this chicken recipe is not like your typical chicken dish because it makes use of an unusual ingredient, Sprite. It tastes sweet, salty and a little spicy. You will love every bite because it is full of flavor. Try this Chicken in Sprite Recipe and see the amazing result.
Paksiw na Galunggong Recipe
Paksiw na Galunggong Recipe makes use of the Philippines galunggong fish (round scad in English). It belongs to the mackerel family which also tastes good when fried and partnered with Ensaladang Kamatis (Tomato Salsa). Unlike Bangus (Milkfish) which doesn't smell so fishy, Galunggong has a distinct odor so using ginger is helpful to neutralize the smell.
Beef Pochero Recipe (Pocherong Baka)
When making this Beef Pochero Recipe, make sure you choose the best ingredients. For the cabbage, use only the ones that have vibrant colors and it's also nice if you could buy smaller kinds of bok choy as it's not as bitter as the big ones. You can use canned chickpeas or fresh ones which you can buy at the market.
This Dinengdeng Recipe is more like an everyday fare instead of a party favorite. This is a comfort food especially for Ilokanos when they are living away from home since it lets them remember what home is like.
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 (optional), melon strips (optional) and pinipig. There are many Variations of Guinomis where coconut cream/milk is used as well as evaporated milk. This is another drink that is so perfect during the humid days of summer and in the Philippines, summer can start from as early as March until the later months of July until September so this sweet drink needs to be on your to make list in the summer. Learn here how to make Guinomis Recipe and be prepared to have a real taste of summer.
Halo-Halo Recipe (How to Make Halo-Halo)
he Halo-Halo Recipe is truly a Pinoy dessert which contains shaved ice, evaporated milk, sugar or some syrup, sweet beans, sweet banana, nata de coco, garbanzos, jelly, macapuno, sago, gulaman, sweet jackfruit, ube halaya and leche flan
Mais Con Yelo Recipe (Mais Con Hielo)
This dessert is perfect for a humid afternoon or as dessert. You can also partner it with chili Cornbread and Brownies.
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 and rice water. It makes use of pork belly.
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 seasoning.
Crispy Adobo Flakes Recipe
The Crispy Adobo Flake dish started as a way for the inventor of the dish, Barretto, when there was leftover Adobo at home and her dad, Pedro Rosales, wanting his foods crispy, shredded the meat and fried it until it was really crispy.
Ginataang Langka Recipe
Ginataang Langka Recipe may not be as common or popular as Ginataang Laing (Taro Leaves and stems cooked in creamy coconut sauce) but it's also a must try dish that is truly Filipino. The amazing thing about using Langka and coconut milk in cooking is that you get all the health benefits they both have.
Dinakdakan is originally from the Ilocos Region. It is an appetizer dish that makes use of boiled and grilled pig parts (ears, liver, and face) called Mascara.