Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Merienda

MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea)

Loading… Have you tried the matcha flavored puto yet! For the matcha fans..you will definitely enjoy this japanese flavored puto. Happy cooking and enjoy your Matcha puto. MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea) Servings: 2 dozens INGREDIENTS: 2 cups All Purpose Flour, sifted 2 tbsp Baking Powder, sifted 2 eggs, beaten 1 tsp Vanilla Flavor (Mccormick is… Continue reading MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea)

Appetizers · Filipino Native Food · Holiday Recipes · Lumpia/Spring Rolls · Pork Recipes

LUMPIANG SHANGHAI WITH BACON BITS

Loading… Lumpiang shanghai with Bacon Bits (Pork Spring Rolls) is a common dish to any Filipino gathering. It is a favorite Filipino finger food or appetizer for most locals here in the Philippines. There are many variance nowadays for these Lumpiang shanghai fillings: Cheesy lumpiang shanghai, Chicken lumpiang shanghai, tuna lumpiang shanghai, longganisang lumpiang shanghai,… Continue reading LUMPIANG SHANGHAI WITH BACON BITS

Filipino Native Food · Pancit

Pancit Bato ng Bicol

Loading… PANCIT BATO NG BICOL refers to the the municipality of Bato in Camarines Sur, where a certain kind of dry noodles used for the “pancit” is used. The manufacturers may have their own ingredient to make their noodles taste unique…but they way they are used in cooking the pancit is the same. Ingredients are sauteed,… Continue reading Pancit Bato ng Bicol

Filipino Native Food · Holiday Recipes · Pancit

PANCIT GUISADO RECIPE

Loading… This Pancit guisado recipe is a classic recipe. It’s the most simplest way to serve Pancit Canton Guisado with shredded chicken and shrimps. Easy and quick to cook for any occasion. Happy cooking! PANCIT GUISADO RECIPE INGREDIENTS: 500 grams of dried canton noodles 250 grams of chicken breast 250 grams of shrimp, peeled and… Continue reading PANCIT GUISADO RECIPE

Filipino Native Food · Fish · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version)

Rellenong Bangus with Salted Egg and Cheese

Loading… Ay ang sarap naman talaga nito, espesyal at kakaibang version ng Rellenong Bangus na may itlog na maalat at keso. Super sarap po! Rellenong Bangus with Salted Egg and Cheese INGREDIENTS: 1 buong bangus, deboned  ¼ tasa ng toyo ½ tasa ng kalamansi juice ½ bawang 3 sibuyas 1 carrot ¼ cup ng pasas… Continue reading Rellenong Bangus with Salted Egg and Cheese

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Soups

Kinalas Recipe

Loading… One of the best dish in Naga City – Kinalas! A combination of Noodles in broth with shredded beef scraped from the bones and the trade secret Kinalas Sauce! Kinalas is a famous Bicol noodles recipe just like mami. The simple preparation is to cook noodles and garnished the soup noodles with scraped meat… Continue reading Kinalas Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Mama’s Puto Cheese Recipe

Loading… Mama’s Puto Cheese Recipe Mga Sangkap: 2 tasa All Purpose Flour, sinala sa strainer 2 tbsp Baking Powder, sinala sa strainer 2 itlog 1 tbsp Vanilla Flavor, (I used McCormick) 1 tasa sugar 7 tbsp butter (Anchor) 3/4 tasa Evaporated Milk (6oz./180ml) 1 tasa ng tubig (8oz) Cheddar Cheese (gumamit ng eden cheese kung… Continue reading Mama’s Puto Cheese Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

SUMAN SA LIHIYA

Suman sa Lihiya or Rice cake with lye water is an all time favorite snack of any Filipino. The lye water gives the rice a sticky elastic texture when cooked. It is wrapped in wilted banana leaves which gives it an aromatic flavor when cooked in boiling water. Suman sa Lihiya won’t be complete without… Continue reading SUMAN SA LIHIYA

Chicken Recipes · Filipino Native Food

PININYAHANG MANOK NG MARIKEÑO

PININYAHANG MANOK NG MARIKEÑO – In Marikina, the oldies traditionally cooks pininyahang manok without using all purpose cream. Whenever there are fiesta or special occasion. They would marinate chicken in pineapple juice or syrup overnight. They use vienna sausage, milk, potatoes and boiled eggs too. This is the usual recipe they cook in Calumpang fiesta. PININYAHANG… Continue reading PININYAHANG MANOK NG MARIKEÑO

Filipino Native Food · Pancit

PANCIT ALANGANIN

Pancit Alanganin is very famous in Bocaue Bulacan, it is a sauteed pancit with a kick of milk. It is our favorite pancit bihon with a slight touch of milk which makes it in between a milky soup and a “ginisang pancit bihon”. In Filipino language, they describe it as “Alanganing sopas, alanganing pancit” from… Continue reading PANCIT ALANGANIN