You may know Jollibee for their famous Chicken Joy but this Filipino fast food offers other delicious dishes apart from that, rice meals, spaghetti, burgers and snacks we’ve got you covered. So, if you are an OFW or Filipino living abroad where there are no Jollibee’s then this below list of 7 Jollibee Recipes you can make at home hopefully will be your saviour.
Amazing Aloha Yumburger
If you miss Jollibee’s burger and you don’t have a store near you then this is the next best thing. Copycat Jollibee’s Amazing Aloha Yumburger is a copycat recipe of that famous Jollibee burger made with beef patties, bacon, cheese, lettuce, honey mustard sauce, and a pineapple slice in between two soft buns.
Honey Beef Rice
I’m a kid from the 90’s and I do well remember this dish, I just wondered why they discontinued it before. Honey Beef Rice, a dish from Jollibee which they introduced in the 90’s. It was short-lived but was relaunched this year, a dish of thinly sliced beef cooked in a thick sauce made from soy sauce and honey.
Garlic Pepper Beef
If you love garlic and gravy then this dish is for you. Garlic Pepper Beef, a copycat recipe from Jollibee made with tender beef pieces drenched in a good amount of gravy sauce infused with garlic.
Copycat Chicken Joy is Ang Sarap’s take on imitating the famous fried chicken icon from Jollibee, its crunchy, its juicy and it has that inexplicable taste that is unique to that red bee.
Tuna Pie is a Filipino type of pie made popular by Jollibee made with tuna filling enclosed on a crispy pie pastry, this homemade version is an easy adaptation where it uses white sliced bread that is breaded instead of the usual pastry.
Yup this is the sweet vibrantly deep red Filipino spaghetti
This is not your typical Salisbury steak; this is Jollibee style burger steak. Copycat Jollibee Burger Steak, the last copycat recipe on our list, a dish made with Filipino style burger patties smothered with tons of mushroom gravy served with rice.
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