Filipino Recipes Archives - Page 5 of 7 - Filipino Food Lovers

Archive for the ‘Filipino Recipes’ Category

Adobong Sitaw

Adobo is a simple, classic dish and the most versatile when it comes to Philippine cuisine. In my humble opinion, you can make just about anything with this wonder dish from seafood, poultry, pork, and vegetables. Adobong sitaw is one of the top choices when it comes to a vegetable and meat combination. String beans […]

Beef and Broccoli

Notice: This recipe is originally published: August 26, 2007 and last updated: February 9, 2013. Beef and Broccoli is not a typical Filipino dish, but due to the Chinese influence this dish was quickly adapted in Philippines cuisine and became a very popular dish often found at family gatherings as well as special occasions. Since […]

Tortang Talong

Tortang Talong (eggplant fritters or/ eggplant-omelette) is a very simple dish that does take a little bit of patience to prepare, but the result is very rewarding. You will find it at just about any restaurant in the Philippines and it is very popular at Turo-Turo eateries. I remember when I was in high school […]

Ginisang Baguio Beans

When I was in the Philippines Ginisang Baguio Beans or Ginisang Green Beans often found on our dinner table. It is easy to make and delicious, but every time we had it we always had fried pork chops to go with it. The way we usually cut the beans was French style, but that does […]

Fried Pork Chops

This is my favorite dish to go with the sauted baguio beans. One thing you’ll notice is that the pork chops here in the U.S. have very little fat and the skin of them they automatically remove at the butcher shop when they process the meat. In the Philippines they are sold as is with […]

Pork Sinigang

Sinigang na Baboy

Pork sinigang has got to be one of the most popular comfort foods in the Philippines. I remember when my mom would prepare this dish she would use fresh tamarind. She would boil it and squish out all the juice for the souring agent. Thank god for the invention of the dry mix so we […]

Ginisang Ampalaya

Ginisang Ampalaya is bitter and yet very delicious when properly prepared. You can also enjoy its many health benefits. I remember when I was a little boy I used to hate this dish due to its strong bitter taste and now whenever I see an ampalaya on a produce shelf my mouth starts to water. […]

Pork BBQ / Pork Kabobs

Pork BBQ or Pork Shish-Kabobs is one of the most popular street foods in the Philippines. It originally served as a snack accompanied with liquor or beer, but has found it’s way into Philippine cuisine as an appetizer. I have tasted several versions of this dish and they are all good. Then I came across […]

Daing na Bangus

Daing na Bangus

Daing na Bangus brings back a lot of memories from the Philippines. Bangus or Milkfish is a very popular fish in the Philippines and definitely a fish of choice for a lot of different dishes. I have tasted both versions of this dish and they are both very delicious. This particular recipe is a mixture […]

Newspaper Wrap Grilled Fish

This is my entry for Lasang Pinoy 20. Although this cooking process is inspired by an English chef, it is still a traditional Filipino dish. For those of you who watch the Food Network or Fine Living channels here in the U.S. I’m sure you have heard of the show Naked Chef by Jaime Oliver. […]

Powered by WordPress | Designed by: MMORPG Games | Thanks to Game Music, VPS Hosting and Shared Hosting