Filipino

Biscocho

The perfect match with that nice cup of coffee! Biscocho or biskotso is a Filipino type of snack usually served with coffee made with twice baked bread coated with butter and sugar. An Instagram friend of mine from the Asian in America Mag posted this biscocho photo and reminds me...

Tofu Pinakbet

If you feel like eating a meat free pinakbet then this is the best version for you! Tofu Pinakbet is a variety of the Filipino vegetable dish, but instead of the usual proteins used on the dish fried tofu squares are used. Yes! Tofu works really well with pinakbet, similar...

Mango Shake

The perfect summer drink! So delicious and refreshing. Mango Shake is a Filipino style smoothie prepared with Filipino mangoes, milk and ice blended to a smooth consistency This is one of the drinks I grew up with. At the school where I attended my primary and high school education, this...

Igado Ilocano

One of the best dishes the Ilocano cuisine has to offer! Ilocano Igado is Filipino pork recipe prepared with pork liver, pork meat and other offal cooked with green peas, red capsicum, ginger, onion and garlic in vinegar. I had been making my Igado wrong but no one did ever...

7 Jollibee Recipes you can make at Home

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...


Balut at Penoy

Presenting the two most popular street food delicacy in the Philippines. Balut is a hardboiled duck egg with a partially duck embryo inside while Penoy is a hardboiled infertile incubated duck egg. Balut and Penoy, two of the oldest street food eggs that predates even the popular Kwek Kwek and...

Binondo Style Fresh Lumpia

This is not the lumpia that you are familiar with but it is as equally as good! Binondo Style Fresh Lumpia is a type of fresh spring rolled packed with a variety of vegetables, sometimes meat together with crushed peanuts, brown sugar, crushed seaweeds and crushed crispy fried vermicelli noodles....

Nilauja

It’s like adobo but it’s not, with black beans and annatto oil, it adds another layer of flavour to this interesting dish. Nilauja is a dish from Bohol Philippines made with pork bones sauteed with garlic, ginger and onions then simmered in soy sauce and vinegar with black beans. One...

Binondo Style Tahu Goreng

That perfect crispy fried tofu absorbs all that spicy savoury sauce goodness! Binondo Style Tahu Goreng is the Filipino Chinese style version of the famous Indonesian Fried Tofu, served in a spicy sweet savoury sauce with sliced cucumbers, peanuts and sesame seeds. If you had noticed a lot of my...

Copycat Wok Inn Squid

If you are looking for the best squid recipe then this will be it! Wok Inn Squid is a famous dish from the famous restaurant in Malate called Wok Inn, a simple deep fried lightly coated squid stuffed with chives then served on a savoury sweet sauce. Many years ago,...