Pesa. Boiled whole rockfish and vegetables in ginger broth.
Adobong Balut- a Filipino delicacy...
Filipino Beef steak with Pineapples
Literally translated as “layers,” Sapin-Sapin is a gorgeous native glutenous rice & coconut delicacy from the Philippines.
Pork Adobo: a Filipino classic with a tasty twist.
East meets West --- Pork Sinigang with Strawberries!
My take on NYTimes Chicken Adobo
Filipino Choc-Nut twist on Martha Stewart's Chocolate Crackle Cookies.
Champorado: Filipino Chocolate Rice Pudding.
Champorado, chocolate rice porridge. Dessert or breakfast?
this dish's name literally mean "wake-up". You'll surely wake-up because it's amazingly delicious and because it's fiery HOT!
Chicken Mami: The easiest chicken noodle soup yet.
Chicharon. Filipino pork crackling
Coconut Pandan Cake. I made Thomas Keller's beautiful white coconut cake and added natural pandan flavor.
Lumpia (Filipino eggrolls) with ground pork, green beans, carrots and cabbage.
Embutido, Filipino-style meatloaf. My mom's New Year tradition.
Purple yam (ube) chiffon cake
Homemade bibingka: Filipino Christmas rice cakes baked in banana leaves.
Easy homemade gifts for the holiday season: Queso de Bola (Edam Cheese) Spread. This stuff is legendary in the Philippines!
Matcha, Milo and Buttery Polvorons - A Filipino shortbread
Philippine Style Stuffed Crab (Rellenong Alimasag)
Calamansi Tart with candied calamansi.
Chicken arroz caldo. Filipino chicken rice porridge. Perfect with calamansi and fish sauce.
Calamansi and Fish Sauce. Perfect dipping sauce for grilled whole tilapia.
Pan de leche. Soft, milky bread rolls are great for breakfast. Make sure you have plenty of coffee.
Suman, Filipino cakes steamed in banana leaves. These are made with cassava.
A coconutty beer float made with Maui Coconut Porter and a couple scoops of Filipino Macapuno ice cream.
My version of a Filipino classic breakfast: Longanisa served with a steaming bowl of rice and a fried egg.
Chicken adobo - Tender, delicious stewed chicken with an Asian twist. Easiest main dish ever - everything in a pot and ready to cook.
A classic Filipino salad - salted eggs, tomatoes and onions - best served with traditional Filipino dishes and lots of rice!
succulent crackling pork is nothing new, but the Filipino sure have a way with theirs!
Only 4 ingredients—or just 3, in a pinch—and you have this naturaly gluten-free, vegan Filipino sweet sticky rice dessert.
Filipino Chorizo Croquetas: A Spanish-Filipino confluence finger food
A Filipino inspired Spanish dessert: Mango Natilla - rum soaked sponge fingers, a rich blanket of a mango infused custard and finally topped with a burnt sugar topping.