Filipino Recipes

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

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A Simple Tokwa't Baboy
A Simple Tokwa't Baboy Among the many Filipino dishes that are commonly known, Tokwa't Baboy (Tofu & Pork) seems to be in the shadows.  But how many remember this delicious sweet and vinegary goodness of Tokwa't Baboy.  That firm tofu that is fried to golden brown sliced up perfectly to match the pieces of grilled pork belly garnished with scallion and onions and flavored with a special irresistable vinegar mixture poured right on top just enough to make this dish so mouthwatering.
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Chicken Inasal (Grilled/Lechon Manok)
Chicken Inasal (Grilled/Lechon Manok) This popular Filipino dish is said to have originated from two towns in the central part of the Philippines called Iloilo and Bacolod. Chicken Inasal basically means Grilled Chicken and is an Ilonggo dish. The marinade and basting sauce of this delicious dish is composed of a variety of unique spices that are blended together which makes it extra special (recipe below).
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Avocado Ice Cream
Avocado Ice Cream

Not Just For Guacamole

If you've been away from the Philippines for a long time, you might have just forgotten that Avocados are delicious as fruit drinks, milkshake and ice cream.  This may sound bizarre to the locals here in America since Avocados are known as guacamole (dipping sauce, salad item, sandwich add-ons).

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A Deeper Lechon Kawali Crunch
A Deeper Lechon Kawali Crunch The famous Lechon Baboy (Roasted Pig) of the Philippines is one thing but there is another Filipino dish that satisfies the craving for a good pork meat that has a deeper crunch to it.  Lechon Kawali has been a popular Filipino dish for a very long time now.  It is a pork belly dish that is deep fried.  The crunch from the bright golden brown pork skin is mighty delicious and the flavor of the meat is just perfect.  Dipping this in vinegar with a mix of soy and chili peppers makes Lechon Kawali all the more scrumptious.
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Minced Pork (Pinoy Style)
Minced Pork (Pinoy Style) This is one simple Filipino dish that one can cook in a short amount of time.  It is a Spanish influenced dish which is called Picadillo, common in Latin America.  Of course, the Pinoy version is just slightly different from the original dish.
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