Bas Uy Recipe

Filipino Recipe: How to Cook the Palatable ‘Bas Uy’

One of the things that make Visayan cuisine simply the best is the array of delicacies popularized by the Ilonggos. And true, Iloilo City is the home to the palatable…

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Exquisite Noche Buena Feast

Ever-Present Dishes in a Classic Noche Buena Feast

Christmas is always a fun time, even more so for Filipinos who start jamming to yuletide carols and hanging bright and colorful decors as early as September. Kids and adults…

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Recipe for Sizzling Squid Sisig Sisig Pusit

Recipe for Sizzling Squid Sisig (Sisig Pusit)

The sinfully delicious taste of sisig has become so popular that it spawned several versions. The original components used for sisig recipe includes pig’s heads and innards, which are all cholesterol-laden…

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Filipino Chicken Macaroni Salad Recipe

Filipino Chicken Macaroni Salad Recipe

Chicken macaroni salad is one of the most sought-after appetizers online. Though it’s popular and delicious, it is rarely seen during ordinary days. Oftentimes, this special dish is served during…

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Easy Pancit Bihon Recipe

Easy Pancit Bihon Recipe

Pancit bihon is a ubiquitous Filipino noodle dish next to rice. This food practically has become a constant part of every important occasion of our lives. During birthdays, it is usually served…

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Lumpiang Shanghai Recipe

Lumpiang Shanghai Recipe

Lumpiang Shanghai refers to fried spring rolls filled with ground meat, carrots, and some spices. It is one of the many original Chinese dishes adopted and loved by Filipinos. Pork is popularly used for…

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Fish Tinapa Recipe Smoked Fish

Fish Tinapa Recipe (Smoked Fish)

Tinapa refers to a method of preserving or cooking a fish through smoking. Any kind of fish can be made into a smoked fish, but it is bangus (milkfish) and galunggong…

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Inihaw na Isaw ng Baboy BBQ Pork Intestine

Inihaw na Isaw ng Baboy (BBQ Pork Intestine)

Inihaw na isaw ng baboy is a grilled sliced pork intestine in bamboo skewers. This food is sold in the streets by vendors along with other bizarre Filipino foods like adidas…

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Heres How to Cook Lechon sa Hurno

Here’s How to Cook Lechon sa Hurno

Lechon sa hurno may have the word lechon in its name, but it’s actually different from the popular lechon dish you know. Well, both are roasted pork, the difference is that…

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Regional Cuisine of Mindanao

Regional Cuisine of Mindanao

While Filipino food in Luzon is heavily influenced by Spanish cuisine, Mindanao cuisine is closer to that of Malay neighbors (Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, and Thailand) in terms of taste because…

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