Pork Adobo Best Filipino Recipe

Pork Adobo is a tangy, savory, and slightly sweet dish. Pork Adobo originated in the Philippines and involves simmering meat in a vinegar, soy sauce , sugar and garlic.

Pork Adobo is a tangy, savory, and slightly sweet dish. Pork Adobo originated in the Philippines and involves simmering meat in a vinegar, soy sauce , sugar and garlic.

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Chicken Adobo Best Filipino Recipe

The famous Chicken Adobo originated in the Philippines. The dish is prepared using the Inadobo style of cooking. It means cooking with vinegar and mostly soy sauce.

The famous Chicken Adobo originated in the Philippines. The dish is prepared using the Inadobo style of cooking. It means cooking with vinegar and mostly soy sauce. It is a popular method during the olden days when refrigerators and freezers were not yet available because vinegar helps extend the shelf life of food.

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Casava Cake – Easy Filipino Recipe

Cassava cake is made from grated cassava, coconut milk, and condensed milk with a custard layer on top. It is a very popular dish in the Philippines, where it is commonly eaten for merienda. It is also served during gatherings and special occasions.

Cassava was one of the crops imported from Latin America through the Manila galleons from at least the 16th century. Cassava cake is a type of bibingka (traditional baked cakes), having its origins from adopting native recipes but using cassava instead of the traditional galapong (ground glutinous rice) batter. It is also known more rarely as cassava bibingka or bibingkang kamoteng kahoy, although the English name is more commonly used.

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Pinoy (Cebu Style) Siomai Recipe

A dumpling of Chinese origin, is hugely popular among Pinoys. It’s eaten as a snack as well as a pairing with rice made of ground pork, shrimp, and shitake mushrooms filling.

Shumai or siomai is a type of traditional Chinese dumpling, originating from Huhhot. In Cantonese cuisine, it is usually served as a dim sum snack. In addition to accompanying the Chinese diaspora, a variation of shaomai/siomai also appears in Philippines, a dumpling of Chinese origin, is hugely popular among Pinoys specially cebuanos. It’s eaten as a snack as well as a pairing with rice made of ground pork, shrimp, and shitake mushrooms filling.

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Pan de Coco Pinoy Recipe

Soft and fluffy Coconut Bread filled with sweetened coconut filling.

Pan de coco, literally “coconut bread” in Spanish, is a rich sweet roll that uses sweetened shredded coconut meat as filling. It is a popular snack bread in the Philippines.

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Kutsinta/Cuchinta Recipe

Puto cuchinta or kutsinta or brown rice cake is a type of steamed rice cake found throughout the Philippines. It is made from a mixture of tapioca or rice flour, brown sugar and lye, enhanced with yellow food coloring or annatto extract, and steamed in small ramekins.

Puto cuchinta or kutsinta or brown rice cake is a type of steamed rice cake found throughout the Philippines. It is made from a mixture of tapioca or rice flour, brown sugar and lye, enhanced with yellow food coloring or annatto extract, and steamed in small ramekins.

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Easy Puto Cheese Recipe

The classic puto is made with rice flour but this easy puto version is one you can make at home: you can use all-purpose flour and topped with cheddar cheese or salted egg.

Puto are Filipino steamed rice cakes, traditionally made from  fermented rice dough. It is eaten as is or as an accompaniment to a number of savoury dishes like dinuguan (pork blood stew) or pancit. The classic puto is made with rice flour but this easy puto version is one you can make at home: you can use all-purpose flour instead of rice and topped with cheddar cheese or salted egg. 

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