Filipino Recipes

Enjoy authentic Filipino food with these easy to follow Filipino recipes with ingredients available for purchase.

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Filipino Fried Peanuts Recipe
Filipino Fried Peanuts Recipe This may be the easiest recipe in the bunch. Peanuts fried in peanut oil and salted. Yum. Plus it gives you a reason to use your deep fat fryer.
Filipino Fried Rice Recipe
Filipino Fried Rice Recipe Fried Rice is a common pinoy recipe used for breakfast. The idea here is you use whatever you have left over from dinner, add eggs and call it breakfast. The rice actually fries better if it is cold and leftover so make some fresh or use some old, its up to you.
Filipino Fried Tilapia (galungong) Recipe
Filipino Fried Tilapia (galungong) Recipe Tilapia is one of the most farmed fish in the world and most schools of tilapia can be found near the Philippines. In the United States, tilapia is the 5th most popular fish to eat under trout, salmon, carp and catfish. This makes a great meal if you are practicing lent. Serves 2 to 4
Filipino Ginataan Recipe
Filipino Ginataan Recipe On to dessert! This popular dessert literally means “cooked with milk”. There are dinner versions of ginataan and dessert versions. Here we’ll do a dessert version. Dessert ginataan may be served either hot or cold. Serves 4 to 6
Filipino Ginataang Hipon Recipe
Filipino Ginataang Hipon Recipe Hipon means “shrimp” remember? Ginataang means “cooked with milk” right? So this is shrimp cooked with coconut milk. An entrée version of the dessert, ginataang hipon follows suit by combining several ingredients that makes this meals a great surprise.