Filipino Recipe

This is my favorite Filipino recipe collection. This Category will feature selected Filipino dishes that originally these site is known for. But, if you like to know more Filipino recipes, visit filipinorecipesite.com for the complete list of Filipino recipe.

Anyhow, you can still find your favorite Filipino recipe in this site which are simple and easy to cook. Most of them were not move to the new site and you can still use this site as your filipino recipe reference.

Enjoy and try other cuisine that I discover which are also tasty and fun to cook.

Tinolang Manok (Chicken Ginger Stew with Vegetables)

Tinolang Manok

Tinolang Manok or Nilagang Manok (Chicken Ginger Stew with Vegetables) recipe is the filipino food dish that I was planning to cook when I arrived here in Canada. Tinolang manok recipe is a filipino food that is easy to cook but during tha[...]

Chicken Curry Recipe (Filipino Style)

Chicken Curry

This curry recipe is one of my favorite Filipino chicken recipes in the database. In my family, chicken curry is a dish that we usually make during birthdays and parties back in the Philippines. But here in Canada, I continue cooking this[...]

Asadong Manok (Tangy Chicken Stew)

Asadong Manok

Ingredients : 2 lb. chicken, cut into serving pieces 1/4 cup vinegar 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 tsp. salt 1/4 tsp. pepper 1 onion, sliced 1 tomatoes, sliced 1/2 tbsp. paprika 1 bay leaf 1 cup water vegetable oil Cooking Procedures : Combine[...]

Pancit Canton

Pancit Canton

Pancit Canton or Lo Mein is a dish of Chinese origin that becomes one of the traditional Philippine noodle dish that is mostly made of egg noodles, vegetables, chicken, pork and shrimp. Ingredients : 1/2 lb. shrimps 1 eggwhite 2 tbsp. cornstarch 2 chicken breast, deboned 3 tbsp. oil 3 cloves garli[...]

Pancit Bihon Guisado (Rice Sticks Noodles with Vegetables)

Filipino Pansit Bihon

“Pansit” or Pancit bihon is one of the variety of Pancit Guisado is somewhat a Chinese-Filipino food dish that I love to cook always.  I like to cook this pancit bihon guisado during my husband and sons birthday celebration but the rice noodle stick that I’m looking for is not a[...]

Pancit Palabok

Filipino Pancit Palabok

Pancit Palabok is a Filipino noodle dish of Chinese origin.  It is called palabok because the thin rice noodles are covered with a bright colored orange shrimp-flavoured thick sauce.  Aside from the sauce, pancit palabok has a toppings of prawns, wedge cut hard-boiled eggs, chicharon (pork crack[...]

Lumpia Recipe (Lumpia Shanghai)

Lumpia Shanghai

In Filipino, lumpia are eggrolls that are deep-fried like a wrapped stick of meat. Lumpia is aspring roll filled with ground or finely mince of pork, beef or vegetables then served it with sweet and sour sauce. Sometimes [...]

Humba Recipe (Braised Pork Belly with Sugar)

Filipino Humba

Humba Recipe (Braised Pork Belly) is one of the comfort foods of every Filipino household. It’s a popular filipino food dish somewhere in the Visayas and Mindanao regions (I knew it because I used to lived from this two areas). I don’t know how they [...]

Basic Polvoron

Polvoron

I remember back in the Philippines, We go to goldilocks and buy different variaties of Polvoron. I remember there is Polvoron with pinipig, cookies and cream polvoron, strawberry polvoron and polvoron with cashew nuts. But of all the variaties, nothing can beat the traditional polvoron.[...]

Fish Fritters

FishFrittersT

I used to eat this kind of filipino recipe dish way back home. I was delighted when I found this fish in an Asian Store. They called it silver fish (a product from China). It was packed frozen and weighe[...]

Filipino Maruya I (Banana Fritters)

Maruya (Banana Fritters)

Maruya (“Banana Fritters”) is one of my favourite merienda when I was in the Philippines. They sometimes place it in a bamboo stick and sometimes they shape it like a hand fans. I miss that moment espe[...]

Turon Saba (Banana Plantain Rolls in Sugar)

Turon Saba

Turon named in Tagalog, is a typical Filipino snack. Turon has many varieties that consists of plantain and jackfruit wrapped in a lumpia (spring roll) wrapper, dipped in brown sugar and then fried. This is some[...]

Suman Moron (Chocolate Moron)

Suman Moron

Chocolate moron is a smoother variety of suman that is made of ground glutinous (malagkit) rice cooked in coconut milk. Moron is either plain or mixed with chocolate or cocoa. Ingredients : 1/2 cup malagkit (glu[...]

Adobong Baboy (Braised Pork in Tangy Sauce)

Adobong Baboy

Adobo (a famous filipino dish cooked in vinegar and soy sauce) is a filipino food favorite. May the recipe be done with pork, chicken or a combination of both. It could be also good with beef. There are lots of variations in cooki[...]

Adobong Pusit (Squid / Calamari in Tangy Sauce)

adobongpusit

Ingredients : 1 lb. squid (calamari), fresh or frozen 1-1/2 tsp. salt 1/4 tsp. pepper or 1 tsp. peppercorns 1/3 cup vinegar 1/4 cup water 1 tsp. sugar 1 bay leaf 3 tbsp. vegetable oil 3 to 4 cloves garlic, crushed 1 onion, sliced [...]

Adobong Manok (Braised Chicken in Tangy Sauce)

Adobong Manok

Ingredients : 1 lb. chicken, cut into serving pieces 1/3 cup white vinegar 2 to 3 tbsp. soy sauce 2 tbsp. crushed garlic 2 bay leaf salt to taste 1/4 tsp. pepper (or 1 tsp. peppercorn) water 2 tbsp oil Cooking Procedures : In a de[...]

Embutido (Filipino Style Meatloaf)

Filipino Embutido

Embutido is a Filipino style of meatloaf. This filipino food dish is one of the favorite filipino dish that my hubby loves to eat. He even consumes the whole wrap of embutido in a single setting. My kids love also the embutido especially with the portion of hard-cooked eggs and sausages. They said that “embutido” means that it is wrapped with the skin of the pig’s intestines. But this embutido is just wrapped with an aluminum foil because my family especia[...]

Lechon Kawali (Pan-Roasted Pork)

Lechon Kawali

Lechon Kawali (Pan-Roasted Pork) is my mom’s favorite Filipino food dish. When I have a time to cook back then, she’ll request me to make some. She even asked the recipe so that whenever she craves for it, she can cook lechon kawali (pan-roasted pork) by herself. I miss my mom … :; Ingredients : Pork 1-1/2 lb. pork liempo (pork belly), cut into serving pieces 4 cloves garlic, crushed 1/4 tsp. pepper or 1 tsp. peppercorns 2 tbsp. salt water, for boil[...]


Nilagang Baboy (Boiled Pork with Vegetables)

Nilagang Baboy

Nilaga in filipino means ‘boiled’. Nilagang Baboy is another filipino food recipe that is easy to make that you just throw everything in the pot and let it cook until tender. It can be with pork or beef of any kind you like and just add any vegetables of your choice. Corns and ripe saba (banana plantain) is also good in this dish. You may or may not add pork and beans — it’s up to you if you’ll like it thickened or just a clear soupy dish. You can even add a thumb-size ginger for a pungent flavor. Nilaga is good in any kin[...]

Roast Beef Filipino Style

Roast Beef Filipino Style

Roast beef is a cut portion of beef meat that is roasted in an oven. It is called roast beef in Filipino style because it’s simple and easy to cook and most Filipino, like me, love garlicky and salty flavor. In this recipe, I’ve inserted a roasting guide that would greatly help in roasting a perfect roast beef. Always remember to let the roasted meat covered with foil and let it rest for a while, about 15-20 minutes after it [...]

Beef Caldereta

Filipino Beef Caldereta

Caldereta or Kaldereta is a classic Filipino dish that traditionally uses goat meat with stewed tomatoes (see Goat Kaldereta Recipe). But goat meat is hard to find except from specialty store, that’s why most Pinoy opted to use other meats such as pork, beef and chicken which is common in the marketplace. Anyways, hope you’ll like this Beef Caldereta recipe because my family love this Filipino dish. Ingredients : 2 lb. beef, [...]


Beef Asado

Beef Asado 1

Beef Asado is probably one of the most popular Filipino beef recipes that Pinoy loves to cooked. They are commonly served in carenderia and big fastfood restaurant in the Philippines. This beef asado recipe has lots of variations and I’ve post two more ways in cooking them after the post. Kindly try and check them out.   Ingredients : 1/2 lb. beef, thinly sliced 1/4 cup soy sauce 1 tbsp. calamansi juice 1/2 cup water 1 large onion, cut into rings oil Cooking Procedures : Pound slice beef and then marinate with soy sauce and calama[...]

Chayote Guisado / Sayote Guisado (Sautéed Chayote)

Filipino Chayote Guisado

Chayote Guisado or Sayote Guisado (Sautéed Chayote) is one of the Filipino recipes found in the recipe database that my family and me loves to eat. Here in Canada, you can find chayote in most Asian stores and sometimes to known grocery stores like No Frills and Price Choppers. At first, I thought I couldn’t find this chayote in our local community and getting one of it, take me an hour drive to have it. I was surprise to see chayote in the shelf of our local[...]

Pinakbet or Pakbet (Meat Vegetable Stew with Shrimp Paste)

Pinakbet

Pinakbet or Pakbet is one of the Filipino recipes that I love to cook and a dish that my hubby likes to eat. He’s very fond of eating any kind of food recipes that contain vegetables. No matter how it was prepared and cooked. It is very easy for him when it comes with vegetables. Growing up until college, I’m very picky when it comes with vegetables. I’m not fond of eating vegetables until I’ve met my hubby. He taught me how to eat and the [...]


Munggo Guisado (Sautéed Mung Beans)

Munggo Guisado

Munggo (mung beans) can be found in any Asian Store. It’s one of the staples in most Asian country. Guisado (sautéed) as what we Filipino are calling mostly of our food because of the way we cook it. In our household, I see to it that I have a variety of Filipino food in our table every week. My desire is to let my children continue to like and love to eat filipino food like we do back home. It is in a way of not to be homesick even with our food. And I’m thankful that they still do! […][...]

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