Filipino Recipes

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Filipino Wonton Soup (Pancit Molo) Recipe
Filipino Wonton Soup (Pancit Molo) Recipe Pancit generally refers to a Filipino noodle dish Pancit Molo is the only exception. This is a soup made with dumplings that are cooked within its meat broth (and not before). Pancit Molo may be prepared with either shrimp or chicken. Serves 4 to 6.
Filipino Lechon Kawali Recipe
Filipino Lechon Kawali Recipe Lechon Kawali means pan-roasted pork and is a favorite dish in the Filipino cuisine. Its impressive presentation and rich flavors make lechon kawali the pinnacle of Filipino hospitality. Serves 4 to 8
Filipino Almond Leche Flan Recipe
Filipino Almond Leche Flan Recipe This Leche Flan shows the Spanish influence on the Filipino cuisine. Served in a large mold usually for a fiesta, here we’ll serve in ramekins. Serves 4 to 6 people
Filipino Maja Blanca Mais Recipe
Filipino Maja Blanca Mais Recipe Maja blanca mais is a coconut cake cooked with corn over a stovetop and thickened with cornstarch. One of the easiest recipes on this website and one of the most delicious. Prepare to eat dessert. Serves 4 to 6
Filipino Patola Recipe
Filipino Patola Recipe Patola (or loofah) is a tropical and subtropical vine popular in Asian and Africa. When ripened, patola can be turned into a sponge (loofah sponge). As a vegetable patola is bitter in taste and used for home remedies. In the Philippines, patola is eaten while the fruit is young before becoming tough. Here we’ll cook patola with misua. Serves 4 to 6