Ilonggo dishes recipes

An Ilonggo favorite: Pancit Molo

An Ilonggo favorite: Pancit Molo

Named after one of Iloilo City’s districts, Pancit Molo is one of the more identifiable pancit dishes in the country
Punot: Where old and new Ilonggo flavors meet

Punot: Where old and new Ilonggo flavors meet

A mix of Punot's beset-sellers and new items on their menu to showcase the Ilonggo palate that sticks to old favorites yet has room for re-imagined dishes

Sinamak: Spice up your appetite the Ilonggo way

Serve as sawsawan for pinirito and sinugba seafoods and meat dishes. Be it chicken inasal or grilled pork chop to seafoods especially talaba, a spiced vinegar is the perfect dip to further one's appetite
Apan-apan

Apan-apan

Apan-apan is an Ilonggo dish using swamp cabbage ( kangkong). You can use also the leaves for this dish, but we love it with only the stalks then we use the leaves for other dishes
Kanteen and Kuppa at BGC

Kanteen and Kuppa at BGC

For our Tuesday lunch I suggested Kanteen in The Fort which served Ilonggo food and my friends quickly agreed
La Paz Batchoy

La Paz Batchoy

My dad usually cooked Ilonggodishes like batchoy, KBL (kadios, baboy and langka) and the grilled pork legs in monggo soup
Pork Ribs Adobo with Atsuete

Pork Ribs Adobo with Atsuete

This pork ribs adobo with atsuete or otherwise known as adobong pula is an Ilonggo example of how we prepare and enjoy our adobo
Inasal na Hipon

Inasal na Hipon

One of the well known Ilonggodishes, wherein chicken breast with wing and thigh grilled over hot coals
Pork Ribs and Young Jackfruit Soup

Pork Ribs and Young Jackfruit Soup

However, my dad being a pure blood Ilonggo likes it in soups. But did you know that young jackfruit can be incorpprated into main dishes

Ka Inato: Palawan's Famous Inasal Now in Manila

Their Ka Inato Chicken is so much the same version of the iconic Ilonggo dish. The cheapest priced leche flan at P 28 is creamy and sweet enough to take out the "umay" factor from all those dishes