Adobo Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe

ADOBONG BALUT WITH CHILI OIL

Loading… Level up your adobong balut recipe and make it spicy hot with our Adobong Balut with Chili Oil. Spicy and so delicious! ADOBONG BALUT WITH CHILI OIL INGREDIENTS: 10 pieces balut (boiled fertilized duck egg)6 cloves garlic, minced1 onion, chopped1 thumb-sized ginger, peeled and minced½ cup soy sauce¼ cup vinegar¼ cup water2 dahon ng… Continue reading ADOBONG BALUT WITH CHILI OIL

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin · Merienda

PUTO MACAROONS

Loading… Puto and Macaroons in one recipe. Its fluffy just like any puto and yet taste like macaroons. Simply delicious and a new twist you can add to your merienda menu. This puto macaroons recipe yielded 13 mamon cups only, however it will yield double if you will use medium puto cups and the small… Continue reading PUTO MACAROONS

Beef Recipes · Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Soups

HINALANG NA BAKA

Loading… Hinalang na Baka or Beef Halang-halang. Super Spicy Beef and Innard Soup. Best soup for any hangover problems. This spicy soup is very high in Uric acid because of the beef innards. People with gout should avoid eating this kind of soup recipe. HINALANG NA BAKA INGREDIENTS: 3 cups beef and beef innards (liver,… Continue reading HINALANG NA BAKA

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Steamed Eggless Puto Pandan

Loading… This steamed eggless puto pandan is healthy. Nice and good recipe of puto, no oil, no eggs and its cholesterol free. Happy baking! Steamed Eggless Puto Pandan INGREDIENTS: 2 cups all purposed flour,1 cup refined sugar,2 tablespoons baking powder,1 and 1/4 cup evaporated milk,1/4 cup water,one tablespoon pandan flavoring, green food color,cheese for toppings… Continue reading Steamed Eggless Puto Pandan

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Merienda

BINANGKAL WITH BANANA

Loading… BINANGKAL WITH BANANA INGREDIENTS: 1 cup mashed ripe banana (lakatan)2 ½ cups All purpose Flour1 teaspoon Baking Soda½ teaspoon salt2  teaspoons Baking Powder2 pieces egg2 tablespoons vanilla1 cup Brown Sugar ¼ cup Oil¼ cup evaporated MilkSesame Seeds Oil for frying INSTRUCTIONS: (Dry Ingredients)In a mixing bowl, sift flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and… Continue reading BINANGKAL WITH BANANA

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin

Binagol Recipe

Loading… Binagol – A Visayan Delicacy What is Binagol? Binagol is a delicacy made from the root crop “Taro” or “GABI” in Filipino language. The name Binagol came from the word “bagol” which means coconut shell. Binagol is a Filipino delicacy which is made from grated taro mixed with different ingredients like sugar, coconut milk,… Continue reading Binagol Recipe

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin

HOW TO MAKE LATIK

Loading… How to make latik toppings or garnish for Biko or Sinukmani and other kakanins. Latik is made from coconut milk curds. You boil the kakang gata or coconut milk until all the liquid evaporates and only the fats and oil are left in the pan. This is what you call “Latik”. Ang Latik ay… Continue reading HOW TO MAKE LATIK

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

BUKAYO RECIPE

Loading… Bukayo Recipe is a Filipino dessert made from shredded young coconut meat and cooked into caramelized buko juice and brown sugar. This favorite dessert in Quezon province can also be used as a filling to different Filipino kakanin and or as a toppings to any dessert. Happy cooking! BUKAYO NG QUEZON PROVINCE INGREDIENTS: 2… Continue reading BUKAYO RECIPE

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Seafood

CURACHA IN ALAVAR SAUCE

Loading… Curacha in Alavar Sauce is a famous Zamboanga’s secret blend of sauce with spanner crabs cooked in coconut milk, curry and other spices. Don’t leave Zamboanga without visiting one of their famous dish at Alavar’s Seafood and Restaurant. “Curacha is also known as spanner crab or red frog crab. Commonly found in the waters… Continue reading CURACHA IN ALAVAR SAUCE

Filipino Recipe · Food Business · Mama's Recipes · Merienda · Pizza

Quick and Easy Mini Hawaiian Pizza

Quick and Easy Mini Hawaiian Pizza using ready made frozen pizza dough by Marby’s bake shop. I bought it at SM supermarket frozen section. Just thaw it first at room temperature before baking it. For some of you who doesn’t have an oven at home. You can still bake pizza by using a pan over… Continue reading Quick and Easy Mini Hawaiian Pizza

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

IGADO NG ILOCANO

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 tradisyonal… Continue reading IGADO NG ILOCANO

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

Menudong Tagalog

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! [kkstarratings] 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

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 and… Continue reading ADOBONG ISAW NG BABOY

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

Whole Egg Leche Flan

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: 1… Continue reading Whole Egg Leche Flan

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

Banana Que Recipe

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. In… Continue reading Banana Que Recipe

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

Coffee Jelly Ice Candy

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 and… Continue reading Coffee Jelly Ice Candy

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin · Merienda

Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

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 a… Continue reading Palitaw sa Panutsa Sauce

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Kakanin

Bibingkoy ng Cavite

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. Such… Continue reading Bibingkoy ng Cavite

Filipino Native Food · Filipino Recipe · Seafood

GINATAANG KUHOL

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 we… 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

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MAJA BLANCA FOR BUSINESS RECIPE

MAJA BLANCA FOR BUSINESS RECIPE [kkstarratings] 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… 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