Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version) · Pork Recipes

IGADO NG ILOCANO

Loading… Igado is an authentic Ilocano dish made from pork tenderloin and pig innards cooked in a vinegar-soy sauce mixture. You can find it in every turo turo in the Philippines because everyone loves it too. Though it is high in uric acid, moderation is advised when eating this menu. Nakatikim ka na ba ng… Continue reading IGADO NG ILOCANO

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version) · Pork Recipes

Menudong Tagalog

Loading… This is how real Menudong Tagalog is cooked. Back in the days, when ready made pouches of tomatoes are not yet common. This is how Menudo is cooked, no instant tomato sauce and no instant tomato paste. Just real tomatoes, all natural ingredients. Happy cooking! Menudong Tagalog INGREDIENTS: 1 kilo pork (menudo cut or… Continue reading Menudong Tagalog

Adobo Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Lutong Bahay (Tagalog Version) · Other Meats

ADOBONG ISAW NG BABOY

Loading… Adobong Isaw ng Baboy or pork intestine cooked in adobo sauce until it becomes very tender. A friendly reminder that this recipe is very high in uric acid. Please eat in moderation. Best serve for “pulutan” or appetizer. Happy cooking! ADOBONG ISAW NG BABOY INGREDIENTS: ½ kilogram pork isaw, cleaned well5 cloves garlic, crushed… Continue reading ADOBONG ISAW NG BABOY

Desserts · Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Food Business · Food Negosyo Ideas · Leche flan

Whole Egg Leche Flan

Loading… Have you tried Whole Egg Leche Flan yet? It is so creamy, soft and delicious. A very ideal flan for business too because you are able to use all the eggs and you can save more. The taste is not even different from the pure yolk leche flan! Whole Egg Leche Flan Recipe INGREDIENTS:… Continue reading Whole Egg Leche Flan

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Food Business · Food Negosyo Ideas · Merienda · Street food

Banana Que Recipe

Loading… Skewered Cardava Bananas or Banana Que in caramelized sugar. All time favorite afternoon snack of Filipinos. My favorite Filipino street food! Banana Plantains fried in tons of brown sugar! Banana Que INGREDIENTS: 16 pcs. semi ripe/ripe saging na Saba, peeled (cardava banana)1/2 cup brown sugar + extra sprinkle3 cups Vegetable cooking oil INSTRUCTIONS: 1.… Continue reading Banana Que Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Food Business · Food Negosyo Ideas · Ice Candy

Coffee Jelly Ice Candy

Loading… This Coffee Jelly Ice Candy Recipe is super smooth and delicious! Its because of its extra smooth texture just like an Ice cream. Yes, this is the Ice candy recipe you’ve been looking for. I used Cassava flour to make the texture slightly softer and prevent ice crystals from forming when frozen. Creamy, gelatinous… Continue reading Coffee Jelly Ice Candy

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin · Merienda

Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

Loading… Another native Filipino kakanin from the province with abundant sugar cane plantations. The makers of Panutsa/Panotcha like the provinces of Pangasinan and Ilocos. In other provinces it is also known as Sinakob, Tagapulot, Pulitipot, Panotcha or Sugar Cane Mollases. This dark sugar cane mollases is like a (half sphere) bao in shape and has… Continue reading Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin

Bibingkoy ng Cavite

Loading… Have you tried Bibingkoy of Cavite? It’s an original Caviteño rice treat that taste like tikoy and buchi with ginataan! A glutinous rice cake pillow with green monggo/mung bean paste filling and served with generous creamy coconut milk with glutinous rice balls, jackfruit strips, and sago. Best breakfast you’ll ever taste when in Cavite.… Continue reading Bibingkoy ng Cavite

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Seafood

GINATAANG KUHOL

Loading… Ginataang Kuhol or Snails in Coconut milk in France more commonly known as Escargot in Coconut Milk. Nutrition Facts: This recipe are basically rich in Protein, Vitamin D, Calcium, Iron and Pottasium as stated in the Nutrition Facts Table below calculated by Very Well Fit. An ideal menu for Lenten Season or in Philippines… Continue reading GINATAANG KUHOL

Filipino Native Food · Merienda · Pancit

Pancit Luglog

Pancit Luglog uses thick rice noodles, while all know that Pancit Palabok uses thin rice noodles. But do you know the difference between Pancit Malabon and Pancit Luglog? These noodle dishes have thick rice noodles and have the same shrimp sauce topped with a variety of savory ingredients. So what’s make it distinct to one… Continue reading Pancit Luglog

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Merienda · Pancit

Pancit Marilao Recipe

The Origin of Pancit Marilao, Bulacan A Story by Noel Santos:“She met this girl almost seven years ago, a fourth generation and descendant of Japanese diaspora, of whom their relatives were from Malabon and Marilao. And the story was this, sometime in March in 1899, people, men, women and children were shooed, from Malabon and… Continue reading Pancit Marilao Recipe

Baon Tips · Donuts · Merienda

Sugar Donuts (Filipino Style)

Who doesn’t love a fresh and warm sugar donuts? Start frying some sugar doughnuts today. These yeast-raised doughnuts are soft, fluffy and so easy to do. You can sprinkle sugar, fill it with whipped cream, jam or even fill it with nutella. These are unbelievably delicious and ideal for breakfast, afternoon snack or late night… Continue reading Sugar Donuts (Filipino Style)

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Suman Ilocano

These Suman Ilocano is always mistaken for Patupat. While others call it Suman Patupat. This simple Suman Ilocano are also called by others as Balisungsung in other provinces. Through the years this suman recipe were adapted by many other people from different provinces. These suman are very easy to make and requires very simple ingredients that… Continue reading Suman Ilocano

Chicken Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Soups

Chicken Binakol

Hot and hearty chicken stew with fresh young coconut meat and buko juice as the broth. Perfect for the cold weather! This Chicken soup is popular in Visayas Region specially in Iloilo. This soup is very similar to Tinolang Manok. But instead of regular water, coconut juice is used that makes the broth taste unique.… Continue reading Chicken Binakol

Filipino Native Food · Food Business · Processed Meat

Chorizo de Cebu

Chorizo de Cebu is a small round processed meat that is juicy and sweet in taste. Cebuanos love to pair these longganisa with “puso”. In Cebu, “Puso” is a rice wrapped and boiled in a triangular casing made of woven coconut leaves. Where can I buy the ingredients for Chorizo de Cebu? The ingredients below can… Continue reading Chorizo de Cebu

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Other Meats · Soups

Gotong Batangas Recipe

How to make Gotong Batangas Gotong Batangas was originally called Gotong Lipa according to some. Nevertheless, this hot soup is best for rainy days. It is a well known comfort food of Batangeños. But before you start cooking let me give you some quick preparation guide for your tripe: A quick  guide to buying beef… Continue reading Gotong Batangas Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Food Business · Food Negosyo Ideas · Kakanin

MAJA BLANCA FOR BUSINESS RECIPE

MAJA BLANCA FOR BUSINESS RECIPE Yield: 31 pieces (spaghetti size styro) SRP: 40 pesos INGREDIENTS: 1 kilo cornstarch 1 ½ kilo white sugar 2 cans corn kernel ½ kilo buttermilk powder 2 cans big evaporated milk (alaska original/370ml) 150g powdered milk (Bear brand or Nido) 18 x (370ml) water (measured using the evap milk tin… Continue reading MAJA BLANCA FOR BUSINESS RECIPE

Chicken Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Holiday Recipes · Mama's Recipes

Chicken Pastel

Our Lola’s Recipe of Chicken Pastel always brings back happy childhood memories. It may be a Chicken Pie to some but to us this Filipino Fiesta Recipe is called Chicken Pastel. This Chicken Pastel is easy but special. It is so creamy, delicious and its not oily at all. Want to know how to cook… Continue reading Chicken Pastel

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Mama's Recipes

Special Beef Caldereta

This special beef caldereta recipe is just amazing. Simple, easy to follow and made sure that the beef is very tender. The secret to any beef recipe is the tenderness of your beef. Otherwise, no matter how tasty it could be, it ends up failed if the beef is hard to bite. Its always good… Continue reading Special Beef Caldereta

Chicken Recipes · Filipino Native Food

Chicken Bicol Express Special

Chicken Bicol Express is chicken fillet stewed in coconut milk with lots of long green chili peppers and cayenne pepper. Its creamy and yet so spicy. This famous dish originated in the province of Bicol but with the meat pork. People around the Philippines just loves this dish and created different version of this recipe… Continue reading Chicken Bicol Express Special

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

Maja Blanca with Milk Powder

Maja Blanca with Milk Powder is a silky smooth Maja Blanca recipe ever. It’s because of the milk powder. It sure has made a believer out of me for this is the the best recipe for Maja Blanca with outstanding result. The creamy milk powder and buko juice made it super delicious! You may use… Continue reading Maja Blanca with Milk Powder

Filipino Native Food · Holiday Recipes · Rice

Bringhe ni Lola Tisyang

Bringhe ni Lola Tisyang is a heritage recipe shared by Lola Ave Santos Cruz of Marikina. This recipe is truly an authentic Bringhe recipe that is worth keeping for future generations reference. Just like Arroz ala Valenciana, this recipe only use one seafood (which is the shrimp) and some meat like chicken and sausage. Unlike… Continue reading Bringhe ni Lola Tisyang

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Merienda · Puto Recipe · Puto Recipes

MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea)

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 good)… Continue reading MATCHA PUTO (Green Tea)

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

LUMPIANG SHANGHAI WITH BACON BITS

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, meatless… Continue reading LUMPIANG SHANGHAI WITH BACON BITS

Filipino Native Food · Pancit

Pancit Bato ng Bicol

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, little… Continue reading Pancit Bato ng Bicol

Filipino Native Food · Holiday Recipes · Pancit

PANCIT GUISADO RECIPE

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 deveined… Continue reading PANCIT GUISADO RECIPE

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

Rellenong Bangus with Salted Egg and Cheese

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 ½… Continue reading Rellenong Bangus with Salted Egg and Cheese

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Soups

Kinalas Recipe

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 from… Continue reading Kinalas Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Puto Recipe · Puto Recipes

Mama’s Puto Cheese Recipe

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 gusto… 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

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Soups

Laoya ng Marikina

Laoya ng Marikina is just like Nilagang baka but the taste is slightly sweet compared to regular nilagang baka. There is some added twist like atsuete and other ingredients that makes this recipe delicious. You have to try this recipe, its a level up version of Nilagang baka we all know. There are various versions… Continue reading Laoya ng Marikina

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Nutrition Month · Puto Recipe

How to make Puto Malunggay

How to Make Puto Malunggay is an easy step by step recipe for beginners who wants to make healthy Puto Malunggay for Nutrition month celebration of their kids in school. This recipe is absolutely delicious and no malunggay after taste or smell. I brought it in my son’s school for Nutrition month celebration and all… Continue reading How to make Puto Malunggay

Budget Meal · Filipino Native Food

SINIGANG NA TINAPANG SALINAS

SINIGANG NA TINAPANG SALINAS (TAMARIND SOUP WITH SMOKED FISH) Sinigang na Tinapang Salinas is a must try soup. If you’re wondering how it taste, just imagine a sour soup with a smoky flavored fish. It’s sour and flavourful. Just make sure to buy a fresh tinapa so your sinigang will be so fresh and delicious.… Continue reading SINIGANG NA TINAPANG SALINAS

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food

Beef Kulma Recipe

Beef Kulma is among the favorite Muslim or Tausug dish from the south. It is creamy and tasty beef stewed in coconut milk and tomato sauce and a set of spices that makes it so tasty! Try it today, it is so yummy-licious! Beef Kulma Recipe INGREDIENTS: 3 1/2 pounds well-trimmed boneless Beef (preferably stew… Continue reading Beef Kulma Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Sauces

Sinamak Ingredients (Spiced Vinegar)

Sinamak ingredients is a concoction of vinegar (from coconut; fermented in a glass or jar). This is use to add flavor and spice to most dishes. This condiment derived its appealing taste from several spices that were combined and soaked in vinegar for several days to several weeks. Sinamak is a Hiligaynon (Ilonggo language widely… Continue reading Sinamak Ingredients (Spiced Vinegar)

Filipino Native Food · Pancit

PANCIT BATIL PATUNG RECIPE

Pancit Batil-Patung is Tuguegarao’s Pride. “To say that Tuguegarao City panciterias are overwhelming is an understatement. Literally, pancit is everywhere in this City. Tuguegarao, the hottest City in the Philippines (the first city to record the highest temperature in history) has lots of wide range of Pancit. According to old folks, preparing pancit on your birthday… Continue reading PANCIT BATIL PATUNG RECIPE

Filipino Native Food · Pork Recipes

Kilayin ng Kapampangan

Kilayin ng kapampangan is an original and one of the best recipes in Pampanga. Also known as kilawin of kapampangan. Kilayin is a dish made from Pork, lungs, liver, cooked in vinegar, patis and generously seasoned with crushed black pepper. The secret to a ridiculously delicious kilayin is finely chopped pork lungs fried to a… Continue reading Kilayin ng Kapampangan

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin · Rice

Tamales (Boboto in Kapampangan)

Tamales or Boboto in kapampangan dialect, is made of rice flour, coconut milk, topped with palabok sauce, salted egg or boiled egg, shredded chicken, sprinkled with fried garlic and nuts. It is cooked thru steaming wrapped mixture in banana leaves. The aroma of banana leaves makes the Tamales smells so delicious as it cooks. It… Continue reading Tamales (Boboto in Kapampangan)

Filipino Native Food · Pork Recipes

Strawberry Sinigang Recipe

Have you heard of Strawberry Sinigang, Strawberry Taho, Strawberry Adobo when in Baguio? They serve it Mines View Park Hotel and Cinco Antonio’s Bistro and Restaurant. Strawberry Sinigang is definitely not a hyped, because it’s delicious. I just love how every piece of strawberry gives the sinigang a kick of sweetness. It’s a mix of… Continue reading Strawberry Sinigang Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Kakanin

SUMAN PINIPIG WITH BUKO AND LATIK

So when was the last time you tasted Suman Pinipig with buko and latik? These Suman Pinipig is another Bulacan’s delicacy. One of the famous seller of this delicious suman pinipig recipe is Rosalie’s. No need to travel to Bulacan just to order your cravings because you can make one at home. This is also… Continue reading SUMAN PINIPIG WITH BUKO AND LATIK

Filipino Native Food · Pancit

PANCIT CHAMI RECIPE

Pancit Chami is a dish made of flat miki noodles stir fried with meat of chicken, shrimp, fish ball carrots, cabbage and other vegetables. This recipe is a native delicacy of Lucena City in Quezon province and it is their signature dish. Chicken broth and soy sauce bind the flavors of Chami’s festive ingredient with… Continue reading PANCIT CHAMI RECIPE

Cookies · Filipino Native Food

Homemade Broas

Homemade Broas Recipe (Ladyfinger Cookies) Ingredients: 3 eggs, separated 80g (6 tablespoons) caster sugar 65g (8 tablespoons) sifted plain flour 2-3 tablespoons icing sugar for dusting Instructions: Preheat the oven to 170°C Prepare two baking trays lined with parchment/baking paper. In a bowl, whisk the egg yolks with 1 tablespoon of the caster sugar until… Continue reading Homemade Broas

Filipino Native Food · Soups

Serkele Recipe

Serkele Recipe is a proud Bulacan and Isabela specialty which is a type of dinuguan recipe but with beef innards. It is a unique and delicious Filipino delicacy that everybody craves for when visiting Bulacan. It is like dinuguan but it is soupy in version and “lamang loob” of beef is used instead of pork.… Continue reading Serkele Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Fish

PINANGAT NA TALIMUSAK

PINANGAT NA TALIMUSAK Pinangat na Talimusak (maned goby, mullet or goby fish.), smallish freshwater/river fish best stewed in lots of tomatoes, onions, garlic, ginger and some vinegar.  Talimusak recipe is among the favorite native Filipino recipe, cooked from different provinces in the Philippines. In general, it is called talimusak in Tagalog, variably called birut, bukto, even… Continue reading PINANGAT NA TALIMUSAK

Chicken Recipes · Filipino Native Food

GINATAANG MANOK (Chicken Stew in Coconut Milk)

This ginataang manok or chicken stewed in coconut milk is so delicious and yet it has very basic ingredients. But don’t limit yourself from adding some of the best ingredients that other people add on to make it extra special. In quezon they add a knot of tanglad (Lemon Grass) to make it more aromatic.… Continue reading GINATAANG MANOK (Chicken Stew in Coconut Milk)

Breakfast · Filipino Native Food · Merienda · Rice · Soups

Triple Chocolate Champorado with Ice cream

Triple Chocolate Champorado with Ice Cream! Do I need to say more? It’s everything you ever wanted in one snack. Your favorite comfort food just got better and better.. If you are a chocolate lover, this triple chocolate champorado with Ice cream is everything in one! Got some loads of extra dark chocolates and chocolate… Continue reading Triple Chocolate Champorado with Ice cream

Filipino Native Food · Fish

Pocherong Isda

Pocherong Isda (Fish Pochero) A very healthy meal for you and family. Nothing beats a meal like fish and lots of vegetables. This recipe is originally made from pork. But the use of fish is substituted to make it even healthier. Have you ever tried cooking Pocherong isda? Gotta try it today.. It’s tasty delicious!… Continue reading Pocherong Isda