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Coffee Jelly

Coffee Jelly

I recently joined "Lutong Pinoy" group in Facebook that shares simple recipes that are affordable, yummy and healthy

Homemade Embutido

Homemade Embutido. In the Philippines this recipe is very popular on occasions like Christmas and birthdays
Filipino Pork Asado

Filipino Pork Asado

Easy Pork Asado. This Pork Asado recipe is a simple one. This is a version that does not require you to cook a big cut of pork then to be sliced when serving
Menudo

Menudo

I haven't cooked menudo for a long time, actually it was years ago when I last did. This is all to do with pork liver which is a required ingredient here (if it doesn't have liver I don't consider it menudo)
Simple Paksiw na Pata

Simple Paksiw na Pata

I like this dish of pork legs next to adobo because if you cook the pork legs this way the vinegar neutralized the fatty flavor making it tastes excellent and perfect to pair with rice
Inipit Recipe

Inipit Recipe

Inipit translated to English means “pressed”, is a flat sandwich pastry that originated from Malolos, Bulacan
Rellenong Alimango

Rellenong Alimango

Stuffed crab or rellenong alimasag is very tasty crab dish and best serve when it is still hot. Ingredients for 4 servings
Siopao

Siopao

Sweet steamed buns, made with an all purpose flour dough and stuffed with savory shredded pork asado  filling
Pancit Bihon or Bam-E Recipe

Pancit Bihon or Bam-E Recipe

Pancit Bihon/ Bam-E Recipe. Happy Friday. Everyone. ). Wohoo. It's Friday once again and I have a confession to all of you
French Macarons

French Macarons

Valentine's Day is coming up and in honor of this love filled holiday, how about making something for that special someone from the heart
Kare-kareng Pata ng Baboy

Kare-kareng Pata ng Baboy

Ingredients. 1 1/2 kilo pata baboy, pork leg. 3 medium size eggplant, slanting cut. 1 small size of banana bud, cut diagonaly
Korean Fried Chicken

Korean Fried Chicken

I mean, yeah, the flavor profile is somewhat new to most people, but I think it’s just because of the sauce
Bulalo Recipe

Bulalo Recipe

Beef and Banana Heart Soup. Bulalo. A clear and richly-flavored soup made from beef brisket or shank and bone marrow—a hearty dish that should be eaten hot with fluffy fragrant rice
Buko Pandan Drink with Sago Recipe

Buko Pandan Drink with Sago Recipe

Share. tweet. How to prepare a delicious and refreshing Buko Pandan Drink. A Creamy Buko Pandan Salad Drink that is so good and refreshing
Pork Afritada

Pork Afritada

Afritada, Kaldereta, Puchero, Mechado and Menudo what’s the difference between them. Though for non-Filipinos this might be confusing as they nearly look alike visually and they are all stews where tomato sauce is used as a main ingredient
Sweet and Sour Pork

Sweet and Sour Pork

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Steamed Banana Cake 蒸香蕉蛋糕

Steamed Banana Cake 蒸香蕉蛋糕

Recipe. Ingredients. A) ~~500 g very ripen banana ~~ 2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda. B) ~~5 whole eggs ~~250 g fine sugar ~~250 g plain flour ~~2 teaspoon baking powder ~~1/2 teaspoon salt
Hot and Spicy Pork Adobo

Hot and Spicy Pork Adobo

An adobo cooked by my friend, which he served to us when we visited him, while we were eating I told him that I would love to post it because it's so yummy I almost forgot my problem lol
Inipit Recipe

Inipit Recipe

This is a re-post from my other page…Inipit translated to English means “pressed”, is a flat sandwich pastry that originated from Malolos, Bulacan
Sisig

Sisig

Sisig is a popular dish in the Philippines that originated in Angeles City, Pampanga, making the city as the "Sisig capital of the Philippines"
Pork balls with Sayote and Misua

Pork balls with Sayote and Misua

I really love the. combination of beef balls (bola bola) and misua for a soup. There’s something. about these two that makes me sip a couple of bowls every time this is served