Recipes

Palabok Recipe

Palabok Recipe should not be confused with the pancit luglog. The difference is the size of the noodles. The Pancit palabok recipe requires the use...

Pochero Recipe

Pochero Recipe – One recipe that showcases the Spanish influence on Filipino cuisine is the pochero. Coming from the Spanish word stewpot, this dish was...

Pichi-pichi Recipe

Pichi-pichi Recipe – One dessert that Filipinos of all ages love is the pichi-pichi. The reason for this is most probably due to its simplicity....

Paksiw na Pata Recipe

Paksiw na Pata Recipe – The parts of meat used here are pork leg, knuckles, and feet. It’s critical that the pork pata is boiled,...

Pakbet Recipe

Pakbet Recipe is a contraction of the Ilocano word “pinakebbet” which means wilted and shrunk. The main ingredients are vegetables usually found in the backyard...

Nilagang Baka Recipe

Nilagang Baka Recipe – Tinola, Sinigang, Bulalo, and Nilaga are known to be brothers as they are all dishes perfect for winter and cold weather....

Beef Morcon Recipe

Beef Morcon Recipe – This dish is mostly served during holidays, fiestas, and other special events. However, this dish can also be served during normal...

Menudo Recipe

Menudo Recipe – Who would forget to put Menudo Recipe on their cookbook list? Probably, no one since this is already an all-time favorite. Menudo...

Sweet and Sour Meatballs Recipe

Sweet and Sour Meatballs Recipe – This dish comes in different sizes, shapes, and tastes. Meatballs are known to the world, and almost each country...

Pork Kaldereta Recipe

Pork Kaldereta Recipe is one of the Philippines’ best dishes, especially in the northern part of the country. The word Caldereta or Kaldereta is derived...