Archive for November, 2014

Mamon (Filipino Sponge Cake)

Mamon (Filipino Sponge Cake)

Serves: 8-10

Time: 0:30

Philippine cuisine would not be complete without the bread and pastries category. Among the sundry of delectable treats out there, Mamon is considered as one of the popular pastries in the country. Mamon is a […]

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Adobo Sa Gata

Adobo Sa Gata

Serves: 4-5

Time: 0:45

Adobo sa Gata is one of the Filipino dishes that had many going. If you plan on eating something rich and creamy for lunch or on special occasions then this recipe is definitely for you. […]

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Chicken Tinola

Chicken Tinola

Serves: 5-6

Time: 1:00

Are you feeling ill or down in the dumps? Looking for the good old chicken noodle soup to revitalize your body? Well, the Philippines has its own version of chicken soup, known to all Filipino […]

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Sinigang Na Bangus

Sinigang Na Bangus

Serves: 3-4

Time: 0:45

Sinigang na bangus is one of the favorite dishes in the Philippines. The sour taste makes it even more appetizing and appealing even to people who have tasted it for the first time. It involves […]

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Menudo

Menudo

Serves: 8

Time: 1:30

If you are looking for Filipino comfort food then Menudo should be on top of your list. There are a lot of people in the Philippines who cannot last a month without preparing and cooking […]

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Pork Adobo

Pork Adobo

Serves: 4-5

Time: 2:00

When it comes to cooking and food in the Philippines, the Filipinos are well-known for a signature recipe that permeates through every household and barrios in the whole country. This recipe involves two words: Pork […]

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Pork Sinigang

Pork Sinigang

Serves: 4

Time: 1:15

Pork Sinigang is a native cuisine in the Philippines – particularly known for its sour taste. If you want to taste one famous cuisine among locals then this must be one of the first cuisines […]

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Lumpia

Lumpia

Serves: 6-8

Time: 1:15

Lumpia is one of the dishes in the Philippines – rich in historical background. It is almost similar to the fried spring rolls in Southeast Asia and is named according to the Chinese term “lunpia,” […]

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