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.

Red Iced Tea

Red Iced Tea is a variation of iced tea made with pomegranate juice mixed with brewed with black tea. When I started my first job back in the Philippines on of the restaurants I usually go to when I am craving for Japanese was Tokyo Tokyo, that was more than...

Peanut Tikoy Rolls

Peanut Tikoy Roll is a Filipino Chinese rice cake prepared with sweetened steamed glutinous rice filled with peanut butter and coated with ground peanuts. Tikoy Rolls is a sticky rice cake popular in the Philippines, especially in locations where there are Filipino Chinese communities. It is nearly similar to mochi...

Crispy Buttered Chicken

Crispy Buttered Chicken is a popular chicken dish in Binondo Philippines where seasoned and lightly coated chicken is deep fried then coated with melted butter. If you are looking for Butter Chicken then you’re in the wrong page, if you are seriously after that then visit our recipe here but...

Ginisang Bagoong

Ginisang Bagoong is a Filipino condiment or side dish prepared with fermented minute shrimps sautéed in garlic and onions then cooked with sugar and chillies. Bagoong is such an important ingredient in the Philippines, this pungent smelling salty fermented minute shrimps are an essential ingredient to many of our popular...

Morisqueta Tostada

Morisqueta Tostada is a very old Filipino recipe that is a type of fried rice, it is prepared with leftover cooked rice stir fried with eggs, Chinese sausage, ham, shrimps, and spring onions. During the old days when the Spaniards rule the Philippine soil the locals specially in Cebu refer...

Gule Magalang

Gule Magalang is a Filipino dish made with tropical vegetables usually planted in backyards, vegetables like squash, squash flowers, chayote, chayote tops and luffa mixed with shrimps and flaked fried fish. According to my reliable source this Kapampangan dish of Gule Magalang or Gulay Magalang has been served and cooked...

Kalamay Pinipig

Kalamay Pinipig is a rice cake based on a rice cake called Kalamay, typically made with roasted and pounded immature glutinous rice grains called pinipig where it is cooked with coconut milk and sugar Its St. Patricks Day today so I am posting something green in colour, a rice cake...

Manyaman Beef Asado

Manyaman Beef Asado is a type of Filipino Beef Stew from Pampanga where beef is cooked in tomato-based sauce mixed with Chinese style asado ingredients like star anise and brown sugar What is manyaman? Why do I see it on some Filipino dishes, specially from the Kapampangan cuisine? Well Manyaman...

Tortang Dulong

Tortang Dulong is a type of omelette from the Philippines prepared with silverfish or locally called as dulong, mixed with egg and a bit of flour seasoned with salt and pepper. Back when I was young even, before I even learned about the popular omelette filled with ham, cheese and...

Sisig Matua

Sisig Matua the predecessor of the sisig we know now, simply made with boiled pigs face, chopped into bits, tossed with chillies, onion and ginger then seasoned with sukang sasa. Before Aling Lucings famous sisig there was this, Sisig Matua, the predecessor of the sisig we know now. While the...