chicken mami
Noodles

Chicken Mami

Chicken Mami is commonly made with  Miki noodles and chicken strips. Its origins  trace back to the Chinese. Different meats such as pork or beef can be substituted for chicken. It is a favorite noodle breakfast of Filipinos and is also known as a hangover food and is commonly sold be street vendors in the …

hardinera
Pork

Pork Hardinera

Pork Hardinera is a classic Filipino meatloaf made with ingredients such as pork, sausage, cheese, tomato, sauce, and bell peppers. It is thick and has a similar taste to Embutido; however, the use of additional ingredients makes it especially unique. It originated in Marikina and Lucban Quezon. This dish is sometimes called pork everlasting and …

saba con yelo
Dessert

Saging na Saba Con Yelo

Saba con Yelo is a easy refreshment in the Philippines. It is made with Saba bananas, which are commonly found in parts of Asia, especially the Philippines. The dish is similar to minatamis na saging except the crushed ice on top is popular in the summer. Some people have a difficult time making their bananas …

Beef

Beef in Oyster Sauce

  Beef in Oyster Sauce Author: David Hood Beef in oyster sauce is originally a Chinese dish. It is one of many Filipino dishes that use stir-fried beef and a variety of vegetables. When making this recipe, a good cut of beef should be used. The meat should be cut into thin slices and allowed …

pancit palabok
Noodles

Pancit Palabok

Pancit Palabok is a distinct Filipino recipe and is one of the varieties of pancit; sometimes referred to as pancit luglug. In English, palabok means garnished or spiced. It consists of rice noodles, thick sauce, and a variety of toppings such as boiled egg, pork skin, tinapa flakes and more. The more toppings you have …

bistek tagalog
Beef

Beef Steak or Bistek Tagalog

Beef Steak or Bistek Tagalog is marinated beef topped with lemon juice and sauteed onion rings. This is the Filipino version of a standard beef steak. It is one of the oldest Filipino dishes. It is likewise one of the most favorite family meals. There are different ways of cooking this dish, and this is …


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