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.

Camote Delight

Camote Delight is a Filipino snack/dessert recipe prepared with sweet potatoes mixed and cooked with cream and condensed milk. Ube nowadays takes the limelight when it comes to root crops, ube flavoured everything can be found everywhere from pancakes to sinigang you name it there’s an ube flavour version of...

Cheesy Baked Bangus

Cheesy Baked Bangus is a Filipino dish of pan seared milkfish topped with a tomato, capsicum, mayonnaise and cheese mixture then baked until golden brown. Bangus, there’s a reason why Filipinos love this fish even they are the boniest water creature you will ever find. Even with a simple grill...

Binatog

Binatog, also known as bualaw, is a Filipino snack or breakfast dish prepared with dried mature waxy corn kernels soaked in saltwater until it puffs up then it is topped with freshly grated coconut, butter, and salt or sugar. The last time I had this dish was when I was...

Chao Long

Chao Long is a Filipino style Pho inspired by the Vietnamese prepared with rice noodles on a richer and sweeter beef broth served with chunks of beef, calamansi and herbs. If you are looking for that Vietnamese porridge recipe, I am sorry to disappoint you since this recipe is for...

Salted Duck Egg Ice Cream (No Churn)

Salted Duck Egg Ice Cream is a type of Ice Cream prepared with the usual cream and milk but is flavoured with salted duck egg yolks. With the success in nailing our no churn ice cream recipe expect that there are a lot of flavours that will come out of...

How to make Ice Scramble or Iskrambol for Business

Take a trip down memory lane with Scramble! It’s one of our favorite snacks after school. It’s the perfect treat! inJoy’s Ice Scramble has different exciting flavors and are guaranteed creamy. It can actually serve as an alternative to Ice Cream! Available Scramble Flavors: Classic Ube Chocolate Melon Mango Buko...

Kareng Ingles

Kareng Ingles is a Filipino dish prepared with chicken and tropical vegetables such as snake beans, okra and bok choy in coconut milk. Let me present you another lesser known Filipino dish called Kareng Ingles, a local dish in Laguna where chicken or other proteins like pork and shrimps together...

Kalamay Hati

Kalamay Hati is a Filipino rice cake prepared with glutinous rice flour, coconut milk and sugar cooked in a large pan while continuously mixing until it becomes thick and dense until it holds it shape. Once cooked it is topped with latik, a coconut milk curd. When I see Kalamay...

Beef with Corn and Mushroom

Beef with Corn and Mushroom is a Filipino dish of stir-fried beef served on a creamy sauce with mushrooms and sweet corn kernels. I am not sure if this dish is a Filipino dish but there are things for sure that I know about it. Firstly, Filipinos love it and...

Avocado Ice Cream (No Churn)

Avocado Ice Cream is a Filipino no churn ice cream made with real avocadoes mixed in a whipped cream sweetened with condensed milk then frozen. I used to make ice creams a lot at home because the flavours that I grew up with and I do really miss are not...