Filipino

A collection of Filipino recipes from all across the 7100 islands of the Philippines plus some that has been created overseas by Filipinos, whether is traditional, forgotten, heirloom, modern or even the most common day to day Filipino dishes we have it.  We are trying to research all of these recipes, cook it, document it and showcase it to the world.

Garlicky Pechay & Tofu

I think we had enough meat during the holiday season, so we are posting something meat free today and it’s so good! Garlicky Pechay & Tofu is a vegetarian recipe of stir fried deep fried crispy tofu with chopped Pak Choy in a sauce infused with tons of garlic, shallots...

Longganisang Hubad

You don’t need to shape it or put in in a casing, you can definitely enjoy longganisa without its usual shape. Longganisang Hubad is a type of Longganisa that is not shaped as a sausage nor enclosed in a casing, it’s just minced meat seasoned with the usual longganisa seasoning...

Pinugot

Pinugot means to cut, sever or decapitate, it sounds horrible for a dish name but it tastes really good, read on to find out why it is named like such. Pinugot is Filipino dish originated from Bombongan, Morong, Rizal made with small shrimps, tropical vegetables, root crops and noodles in...

Donya Aurora Eggs

There are Scotch Eggs and there are Pinoy Eggs, it’s a first lady’s favourite too. Donya Aurora eggs is a type of relleno from Quezon province where eggs is filled with a minced meat mixture, dipped in beaten eggs then fried. We can easily call this the Presential egg, why?...

Pancit Sisig

Two party favourites combined in one dish! Pancit Sisig is a Filipino stir fried noodle dish made with Filipino rice noodles called bihon topped with grilled chopped seasoned pork jowl. When you combine two good things, amazing things happen. Cronut, Sushi Burrito, Doughnut Burger, Cookie Shot and Cake Pops are...

Camaron Rellenado

Prawns enclosed with a minced pork dumpling filling; it can’t get better than that. Camaron Rellenado is a Filipino Chinese dish of minced pork stuffed with large prawns in the middle then deep fried. Most Filipinos have heard of the dish called Camaron Rebosado, a deep-fried battered shrimp similar to...

Biko King

Several weeks ago we showcased a Filipino product called sorbetes being sold here in New Zealand and that was great, a commercial level product that can be proudly sold on major supermarkets. Today we are showcasing another Filipino product, while it’s not as packaged as good as our last week’s...

Top 15 Traditional Filipino Desserts served during Christmas

Yet again Christmas is around the corner, 10 more days its Christmas eve, a very important time in the Filipino tradition as our main celebration starts when the clock ticks 12 midnight welcoming December 25. Hours before that, on the eve of Christmas, Filipino families all over the world scramble...

Ube Muffins

If you don’t have time making that ube cake you’ve been craving for then make this instead, it’s equally as delicious. Ube Muffins is a type of muffin infused with ube extract and ube halaya topped with a sweet buttery coconut streusel. I was so surprised when I made this...

Ube Meringue

When you have lots of unused egg whites make meringues 🤣🤣🤣 Ube Meringue is a simple sweet dessert made with egg white and ube extract quickly baked in low heat until crisp in texture. After making these ensaymada I had leftover egg whites from four eggs and for it not...