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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.

Dinengdeng Recipe

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 Recipe

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.

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 is made using soy sauce and vinegar plus onions, garlic and bay leaf.

Fish Escabeche Recipe

The Fish Escabeche Recipe from the Philippines which is much like Central and South America's style of cooking has enough vinegar plus added ingredients to complete it.

Bangus Sisig Recipe

This Bangus Sisig Recipe is the perfect healthy blend that you can prepare for your family when you're trying to avoid the fatty cuts of pork.

Sizzling Pork Sisig Recipe

Preparing this Sizzling Pork Sisig Recipe requires some patience. You need to boil the pig head's first then broil or grill it and chop then you add other ingredients like onions and chilis as you cook. Pork Liver is also an ingredient in this dish.

Ensaymada Recipe

In the Philippines, different renditions of Ensaymada Recipe can be found in many bakeries, both big and small throughout the Philippines. The most common versions of it are Macapuno, Ham-filled and Ube flavored Ensaymada. Some bakeries slather lots of Margarine and sprinkle a good amount of sugar while some offer Ensaymadas that have a lot of grated cheese as toppings.

Kalamay Ube Recipe

Cooking this Kalamay Ube Recipe is similar to cooking Biko (another Pinoy native sweet) because it makes use of the same ingredients but if there's one difference between the two, it's the fact that cooking Kalamay makes use of ground glutinous rice to give it its smooth consistency while Biko (Bico) makes use of whole Glutinous rice (Malagkit).

Chicken Pastel Recipe

If you are looking for a superb dish to serve during the holidays or just about any day that you want to make special, try this Chicken Pastel Recipe. It is prepared as a thick casserole and baked into a pie crust. It is a savory dish that can excite your palate and it is not even hard to make.

Chicken Inasal Recipe (Homemade)

This chicken recipe is widely popular. Inasal which is an Ilonggo term for char grilled or roasted meat originated in Bacolod but the whole Philippines have been mesmerized by this specialty. Try this Chicken Inasal Recipe which is perfect for gatherings and beer with friends.

Suman Malagkit Recipe

To make the best Suman Malagkit Recipe there is, you should also buy the best white sugar in the market and if you're using Banana leaves to wrap, buy the freshest leaves that you can get. Follow the cooking time and proportions to prepare the best suman.

Pork Steak Recipe (Filipino Style)

The Pork Steak Recipe is common in most households in the country since it's easy to cook and grown-ups prepare this for their kids who love it. It is also often times served with vegetables like roasted squash and eggplants or mashed potatoes and fish so it's considered an everyday kind of dish instead of a party dish but when you put cream and other ingredients like cheese and herbs then it becomes a dish meant for hosting parties.

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