Creamy Maja Blanca

Because the Philippines has an abundance of┬ácoconut, this ingredient has become quite a standard fixture in some of our dishes. Ginaatan, for example, is a collection of the menu with the like of ginataang langka, ginataang gulay, ginaatang monggo, at many more. For desserts it is also quite a common ingredient for bilo bilo, suman,…

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Ginisang Upo with Misua

Misua or wheat vermicelli is made from wheat flour. It is very thin wheat vermicelli which is why cooking misua usually takes less than two minutes in boiling water. Is also good to add it with some vegetables. This tasty dish is a budget dish. It will not cost you a lot. Very simple but…

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12 Versatile Filipino Vegetable List for Delicious and Nutritious Meals

Vegetables are an important part of the Filipino diet since they supply a variety of key nutrients necessary for optimum health. Vegetables are frequently integrated into traditional Filipino meals such as sinigang, adobo, and pinakbet, making them an essential element of the country’s culinary culture. One of the most important roles vegetables play in the…

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Paksiw na Isda

The Filipino dish paksiw na isda is made with fish cooked in a vinegar-based sauce. The dish is typically prepared by marinating fish in vinegar, garlic, salt, peppercorns, and other spices for a few hours before cooking. Afterwards, the fish is simmered in the marinade along with water, more garlic, ginger, and some vegetables like…

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Garlic Fried Rice

Fried rice is commonly served during breakfast every Filipino especially has a leftover rice from the previous days. Most Filipinos cannot live without rice in their daily meal. Basically, rice is life! Even snacks cooked in rice like suman, biko, sapin-sapin, bibingka, moron, and many more. This recipe is effortless. Just get a pan and…

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