Filipino Recipes

Filipino Recipes
Enjoy authentic Filipino food with these easy to follow Filipino recipes with ingredients available for purchase.
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Ginataan
Ginataan
On to dessert! This popular dessert literally means “cooked with milk”. There are dinner versions of ginataan and dessert versions. Here we’ll do a dessert version. Dessert ginataan may be served either hot or cold. Serves 4 to 6

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Ginataang Hipon
Ginataang Hipon
Hipon means “shrimp” remember? Ginataang means “cooked with milk” right? So this is shrimp cooked with coconut milk. An entrée version of the dessert, ginataang hipon follows suit by combining several ingredients that makes this meals a great surprise.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Ginataang Langka
Ginataang Langka
This dish comes from the Bicol region of southern Luzon, Philippines. The Bicolanos are known for preparing their meals with local chili peppers and gata (coconut milk) and Ginataang Lanka is no exception. Fun fact, Lanka is the name of an island capital the gods gifted to king Ravana in the Hindu epics, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Serves 4.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Ginataang Sitaw At Kalabasa
Ginataang Sitaw At Kalabasa
This dish is squash or pumpkin (kalabasa) cooked with long beans (sitaw) in coconut milk (gata). This is a very colorful entrée of the ginataang family. Serves 4 to 6

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Binagoongan
Binagoongan
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

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM