• Pan de Coco
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    Pan de Coco

    Serves: 12

    Time: 2:15

    Pan de Coco or simply coconut bread is a slightly sweet, coconut enriched buns complimenting various meals. Originally from Spain, the rich buns are now the oldest running breads in the Filipino bakery platter. The […]

  • Egg Pie
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    Egg Pie

    Serves: 8

    Time: 1:30

    Egg pie is a sweet indulgence from the roots of Philippines and is a classic favorite in the Filipino local markets. A crunchy buttery crust compliments the soft and smooth texture giving the taste buds […]

  • Beef Kaldereta
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    Beef Kaldereta

    Serves: 4-6

    Time: 1:00

    Kaldereta or caldereta, is a Filipino delicacy of Spanish adaptation that derives its name from the Spanish word caldera, which translates to cauldron in English. The adoption of calderata in to the Filipino cuisine was […]

  • Yema Cake
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    Yema Cake

    Serves: 10-12

    Time: 1:45

  • Spanish Bread
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    Spanish Bread

    Serves: 14

    Time: 3:20

    In the Philippines, the type of bread known as Spanish bread, which is a moist and soft bread filled with margarine and sugar, is one such dish as it has nothing to do with the […]

  • Pancit Palabok
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    Pancit Palabok

    Serves: 4-5

    Time: 1:00

    Who doesn’t love a good noodle dish? Pancit, or noodles, can be found fresh in open air markets and various supermarkets. Local restaurants each have their own spin on various Filipino noodle dishes. Eateries with […]

  • Pork Sisig
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    Pork Sisig

    Serves: 4-6

    Time: 2:00

    Sisig translates to “snack on something sour” in Kapampangan. The dish originates from locals who bought pig heads from agents of the Clark Air Base. Pig heads weren’t used to prepare food for the Air […]

  • Pandesal
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    Pandesal

    Serves: 12

    Time: 2:15

    Every cuisine has its culture’s take on the classic bread roll. Mexican cuisine has bolillos, Puerto Rico has pan de agua, China has bao zi. In Filipino cuisine, it’s a soft and pillowy roll from […]

Pan de Coco

Pan de Coco

Serves: 12

Time: 2:15

Egg Pie

Egg Pie

Serves: 8

Time: 1:30

Beef Kaldereta

Beef Kaldereta

Serves: 4-6

Time: 1:00

Yema Cake

Yema Cake

Serves: 10-12

Time: 1:45

Spanish Bread

Spanish Bread

Serves: 14

Time: 3:20

Pancit Palabok

Pancit Palabok

Serves: 4-5

Time: 1:00

Pork Sisig

Pork Sisig

Serves: 4-6

Time: 2:00

Pandesal

Pandesal

Serves: 12

Time: 2:15

Recent Filipino Recipes

Pan de Coco

Pan de Coco

Serves: 12

Time: 2:15

Pan de Coco or simply coconut bread is a slightly sweet, coconut enriched buns complimenting various meals. Originally from Spain, the rich buns are now the oldest running breads in the Filipino bakery platter. The […]

View Recipe

 
Egg Pie

Egg Pie

Serves: 8

Time: 1:30

Egg pie is a sweet indulgence from the roots of Philippines and is a classic favorite in the Filipino local markets. A crunchy buttery crust compliments the soft and smooth texture giving the taste buds […]

View Recipe

 
Beef Kaldereta

Beef Kaldereta

Serves: 4-6

Time: 1:00

Kaldereta or caldereta, is a Filipino delicacy of Spanish adaptation that derives its name from the Spanish word caldera, which translates to cauldron in English. The adoption of calderata in to the Filipino cuisine was […]

View Recipe

 
Yema Cake

Yema Cake

Serves: 10-12

Time: 1:45

View Recipe

 
Spanish Bread

Spanish Bread

Serves: 14

Time: 3:20

In the Philippines, the type of bread known as Spanish bread, which is a moist and soft bread filled with margarine and sugar, is one such dish as it has nothing to do with the […]

View Recipe

 
Pancit Palabok

Pancit Palabok

Serves: 4-5

Time: 1:00

Who doesn’t love a good noodle dish? Pancit, or noodles, can be found fresh in open air markets and various supermarkets. Local restaurants each have their own spin on various Filipino noodle dishes. Eateries with […]

View Recipe

 
Pork Sisig

Pork Sisig

Serves: 4-6

Time: 2:00

Sisig translates to “snack on something sour” in Kapampangan. The dish originates from locals who bought pig heads from agents of the Clark Air Base. Pig heads weren’t used to prepare food for the Air […]

View Recipe

 
Pandesal

Pandesal

Serves: 12

Time: 2:15

Every cuisine has its culture’s take on the classic bread roll. Mexican cuisine has bolillos, Puerto Rico has pan de agua, China has bao zi. In Filipino cuisine, it’s a soft and pillowy roll from […]

View Recipe

 
Chicken Macaroni Soup (Sopas)

Chicken Macaroni Soup (Sopas)

Serves: 4-5

Time: 1:00

Sopas is a term for “soup”. The yummy dish is a richer alternative to the American chicken noodle soup. The difference is how sopas uses milk to enrichen the flavor of the broth. Additionally, the […]

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Ginisang Munggo

Ginisang Munggo

Serves: 3-4

Time: 1:00

Ginisang Munggo is one of Filipino favorites and it has been among the most common dish you can find in local restaurants or turo-turo. The plant munggo or mung bean (sometimes known as green bean) […]

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