Top 67 Filipino Lent Recipes


Vegetables – Mostly tropical vegetables featured in this category where those outside East and South East Asia might have a hard time finding. Vegetables like bitter gourd, snake beans, banana bud, water spinach, chayote, moringa and moringa fruit to name some.

Adobong Puso ng Saging 1

Adobong (Kangkong, Puso ng Saging, Adobong Sitaw) – Yes vegetables can be cooked the adobo way too.

Chopsuey 1

Chopseuy – The most popular Filipino Chinese vegetable dish back in the Philippines

Ginataang Talong 1

Ginataang (Langka, Puso ng Saging, Talong) – Like adobo vegetables can be cooked the ginataan way too, very tasty

Ginisang Repolyo 1

Ginisang (Baguio Beans, Repolyo, Bunga ng Malunggay, Pechay, Sayote, Upo) – A simple sautéed vegetable dish in garlic onions and a bit of sauce.

Kangkong in Garlic Sauce – Water spinach loaded with garlic infused sauce

Figs and Toasted Almonds Baked Brie 2

Kangkong With Bagoong – Water spinach loaded with bagoong

Kilawing Puso ng Saging 2

Kilawing Puso ng Saging – Banana Bud cooked in Vinegar

Kulawong Talong – Burnt Asian eggplants cooked with burnt coconut cream

Paksing Demonyu 1

Paksing Demonyu – Its devilishly delicious, just imagine bitter, sour and hot in one dish, add vegetables to the mix, it’s not for everyone, it’s an acquired taste, but once you got it, you will love it

Pinakbet 2

Pinakbet – The mellow version of the above, mixed tropical vegetables in a savoury pungent tomato sauce.

Porbidang Kangkong 1

Porbidang Kangkong – Kangkong in coconut cream, yum!

Sipo Egg (Mixed Vegetables with Shrimps and Quail Eggs) 1

Sipo Egg – This creamy concoction of chopped vegetable with cashew nut and prawns is one star of a dish.



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