Kinilaw: Filipino bar food consisting of raw fish dressed in vinegar, citrus, ginger, onions, and chilies.
Buttery Cookies with Pinipig (Sweet Rice Flakes)
Bibingka is a favorite Filipino dessert made from glutinous rice and baked in banana leaves. These come from Waray-Waray Bibingkahan.
A classic Filipino breakfast: Longanisang Hubad (naked sausage), with a recipe from the renowned Cafe by the Ruins.
Kare-Kare (Philippine Oxtail Peanut Stew) made from scratch. With banana hearts, eggplants, achiote, peanuts, and toasted rice powder. Must be served with bagoong. Seemingly exotic, but very comforting.
Salabat Cocktail: A tall refreshing glass of Filipino ginger tea mixed with dark rum. Think of it as a twist on a Dark and Stormy.
Oxtail Adobo with Black Rice
Deceptively light, this filipino favourite made from beef shank and marrow bones makes for a satisfying meal, even in the heat of summer.
A Filipino Recipe for Toasted Mung Beans and Sticky Rice in Coconut Milk
A dirty martini made with a splash of spicy Filipino vinegar and garnished with a pickled pepper.
Golden Egg Torta, our Yaya's recipe. Egg w/ pork, green onions, soy sauce & fragrant sesame oil. A family favorite! Amazing w/ white rice.
Embutido: Filipino-Style meatloaf
Bokchoy Stir Fry (Ginisang Pechay)
Banana Blossom with Glass Noodles (Kilawin Puso ng Saging sa Sotanghon)
Filipino Chicken Adobo in Coconut Milk. A traditional Filipino setting with rice on a plate, eaten with a spoon and fork.
Philipine Pork "BBQ" ~ Possibly the best recipe in the world?
[DB] My first Daring Bakers Challenge: Be creative with Cheesecake. Filipino-inspired mango-calamansi cheesecake with macademia gingersnap crust.
Daikon Tomato Salad (Ensaladang Labanos)
Pancit Bihon. This Filipino dish of rice noodles, stir-fried vegetables, chicken and Chinese sausages is a birthday greeting on a plate: long noodles for a long and happy life!
Filipino "Jello" Shooter: An edible cocktail made from Filipino lime juice, agar-agar, and tequila.
Filipino Bistek with sauteed onions, soy sauce, and lemon. Quick, easy, and super delicious.
Stir-fried pork, veggies, noodles and eggs. My grandma's version of the classic Filipino noodle dish, Pancit.
Brown sugar coated bananas and dark chocolate chips wrapped in a lumpia wrapper and fried until golden.
Bittermelon with Eggs
It never ceases to amaze me how magical it is when you taste something wonderful for the first time. Enter: Turon, a deep-fried Filipino treat that rocked my world...
Filipino Corned Beef Hash, fragrant with onion, garlic, and tomato, with Garlic Fried Rice
Pumpkin, Taro, and Green Tea Mochi
Filipino pork adobo, with a nod to American southern barbecue -- glazed and charred.
Childhood treat: Steamed rice cakes
Filipino Chicken Adobo. Less than 5 minutes of prep time!
Pork Adobo - a Filipino favorite
Pan De Coco shredded coconut filling sweetened with honey
Filipino Chicken Adobo
Filipino Meringue Cookies