Top 67 Filipino Lent Recipes


Seafood – Whether is fish, prawn, squid or crab there are many fantastic ways to cook them not just fried.

Adobong Pusit 1

Adobong Pusit – Baby Squid cooked the adobo way infused with squid ink

Binukadkad na Isda 2

Binukadkad na Isda -If you think fried fish is good, wait till you try this type of fried fish. It’s so crispy you can eat the bones

Daing na Bangus – Another fried one but this one is infused first with vinegar

Escabeche 1

Escabeche – Yes, its fried again but drenched in a Filipino Spanish style sweet and sour sauce

Fish Sarciado

Fish Sarciado – If you have leftover fried fish then liven them up with tomato sauce

Fried Galunggong – The most basic fried fish you can get

Ginataang Tulingan 1

Ginataang (Tulingan, Alimango at Langka, Hipon at Kalabasa) – Seafood cooked in Coconut Milk, vegetables can be added too like Young Jackfruit, Snake Bean and Butternut Squash

Halabos na Hipon 1

Halabos na Hipon – Prawns cooked in lemon soda and tons of garlic

Hipon sa Aligue 1

Hipon sa Aligue – If the soda above is not your thing why not use crab fat

Inun-unan – Fish with or without vegetables steamed in vinegar

Kilawing Isda

Kilawing Isda – Another fish in vinegar but this time it’s not cooked

Kinunot 1

Kinunot – A type of ginataang isda but using flaked stingrays, surprisingly good

Braised Beef and Tendon 6

Paksiw na Isda – I hate this when I was young, now I love it. A simple fish stewed in vinegar

Rellenong Alimasag (Stuffed Crabs)

Rellenong Alimasag (Stuffed Crabs)

Rellenong Alimasag – Crab meat stuffed in crab shell, at least you don’t have to pick the meat yourself

Spanish Style Sardines (Bangus, Tuyo) – Fish poached in spice infused olive oil



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