Filipino Recipes

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Filipino Binagoongan Recipe
Filipino Binagoongan Recipe This spicy-salty dish’s signature ingredient is bagoong almang, a shrimp paste base native to the Philippines. It is a pungent sauce made from tiny shrimps and salt, also known as “sautéed shrimp sauce”. As the taste can be strong, serve with vegetables or white rice to offset the dish’s sharp taste. This recipe uses a double boiler, if you don’t have one or would rather stir-fry, that’s ok too. Serves 4 to 6
Filipino Pancit Palabok  Recipe
Filipino Pancit Palabok Recipe Think of this as Filipino spaghetti. Except these noodles are rice, the sauce seafood and plenty of other unique ingredients which make this an exceptional dish. Serves 4 to 6.
Filipino Lumpia Shanghai Recipe
Filipino Lumpia Shanghai Recipe This type of lumpia is the most Chinese of Filipino lumpias. It’s name is the Chinese city and it’s filing is reminiscent of the Chinese egg roll. The lumpia shanghai however is thinner than an egg roll and the wrapper is thinner. Use your deep fryer for this recipe. Serves 4 to 6
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