filipino cuisine

  1. Morning Glory

    Recipe Tortang talong with spicy bittersweet and sour sauce

    I love the way such a very simple recipe looks and tastes so exotic. The smokey taste of the aubergine amalgamates with the egg in the most delightful way. There are only three basic ingredients (eggs, aubergine, garlic), plus some oil to fry. In fact, it can be made without the garlic but I...
  2. gustavowoltmann

    Recipe of Philippine foods

    Anyone here who knows how to cook food from the Philippines? Can you share some to us?
  3. N

    Recipe Filipino Omelette Recipe from Cooking Hawaiian

    Filipino Omelette Recipe Omelet is very healthy and easy making food for everyday diet. Try new Filipino Omelette recipe for your daily breakfast. Tortang itlog simply translates to omelet or fried eggs with ground meat and some diced potatoes. It is one of those quick and easy, yet delicious...
  4. Corzhens

    Philippine adobo

    The adobo is the most popular Philippine dish in America. There is a movie with the title American adobo which means the dish adopted by Americans. The main ingredient can be chicken or pork or both chicken and pork. It is sauteed in crushed garlic, vinegar and soy sauce. And when semi-cooked...
  5. Rosyrain

    Filipino party

    I went to a Filipino birthday party yesterday and left the event absolutely stuffed. The food was amazing and there was a ton of it. I am not sure what it was, but I especially loved the dish I had that had red and yellow peppers in it with beef strips. The sauce was amazing and spicy. If anyone...
  6. briannagodess

    Recipe Filipino Dynamite

    Have you heard of this food? It's made with finger chili stuffed with cheese then wrapped in lumpia or spring roll wrapper. Here's the recipe: Ingredients: finger chili (siling haba) cheddar cheese (sliced into small strips) Spring rolls or lumpia wrappers cooking oil Procedures: 1. Using a...
  7. briannagodess

    Recipe kare-kare

    Mod Edit: Copied from another thread. Hi! If I may answer your question, the rice is an accompaniment to Kare-Kare. Usually, we always have rice in our meals. As for the recipe, here it is: Ingredients 3 lbs oxtail (cut in 2 inch slices) beef slices are okay to use too 1 bundle of pechay or...
  8. Corzhens

    Philippine delicacies

    May I start with kare-kare, the special dish in the Tagalog region (that includes Metro Manila). It is a dish of beef leg or ox tail that is cooked in a concoction of peanut butter and ground rice that is toasted. Vegetables such as banana blossom and chinese lettuce plus string beans are the...
  9. Corzhens

    Tilapia - native carp

    Tilapia or native carp is plentiful in the wet market. We usually buy a filet tilapia for frying. Would you believe that we feed our dogs with fried tilapia and sometimes boiled tilapia? It is a fresh water fish that easily thrives almost anywhere as long as there is feed - leftover bread is the...
  10. Corzhens

    Chicken feet and innards for appetizer

    In Chinese restaurants, this chicken feet in chili is common. It is an alternative to the cold cuts or even the dumplings. But the chicken intestines is an invention of Filipinos. The chicken intestine is cooked in a broth with spices. The same goes for chicken. But the chicken feet is fried...
  11. tipoywizard

    Have you tried Philippine Adobo?

    Philippine Adobo is considered as the national dish of the Philipines. We have different styles and ways how to cook it. We also have different main ingredient for it. We have pork Adobo, chicken Adobo and the combination of pork and chicken. Adobo is generally a combination of pork or chicken...
  12. tipoywizard

    Filipino dishes

    Hello everyone I want to know you opinion about Filipino food. Have you try Filipino foods? Do you like?
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