Category: Filipino Recipes

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Mango Float Recipe

Mango Float is a popular alternating multi-layered dessert between slice ripe mango, Graham crackers and condensed milk. Ingredients: Slice ripe mangoes Graham crackers Condensed milk Double cream or all purposed cream Quick and Easy Steps: In a bowl, mix condensed milk and double cream by hand or electric mixer then set aside preferably chilled in […]

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Pansit Bam-i Recipe

Pansit Bam-i a basic stir fry dish using a mix of vegetables, noodles and meats of your choice. Ingredients Diced chicken breast or pork Canton noodles Sotanghon or rice noodles Crushed garlic Sliced onion Red or green pepper or both Mushrooms Shredded cabbage Diced carrots 200ml vegetables or meat stock Spring onions (optional garnish) Soy […]

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Pinoy Pandesal Recipe

Pandesal or Pan de sal (salt bread) was first introduced in the Philippines in the 16th century by the Spanish, since then it has become one of the favourite bread of the Filipinos. It’s a famous “agahan” or breakfast and always lovely when served hot. It brings back childhood memories when people selling it in […]

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buko-salad

Buko Salad Recipe

Buko salad has got to be one of my favourite Filipino desserts. It’s very versatile… you can add as many or as little topping with the buko as you like and it will still taste as delicious. It’s very easy to prepare as well, here’s how. Ingredients: 3-4 cups shredded young coconut (buko) 1 jar […]

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Monay Bread Recipe

Filipino Monay Bread Dry ingredients: 4 cups all-purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1/2 cup powdered milk Wet ingredients: 1 1/2 cups warm water 1 packet yeast or 7 grams / 2.5 teaspoons 1/2 cup sugar 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted 3 egg yolks DIRECTIONS Mix all dry ingredients and set aside. In another bowl, […]

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fish escabeche

Fish Escabeche Recipe

Escabeche is one of my favourite Filipino dishes and my mom makes the yummiest one. I remember when I was a kid; I knew what’s for dinner every time she cooks this because of it’s lovely and mouth-watering smell filling the whole house, and we always leave the plate clean thereafter. Here’s my mom’s Escabeche […]

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