Filipino Recipes

Filipino Recipes
Enjoy authentic Filipino food with these easy to follow Filipino recipes with ingredients available for purchase.
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Igado
Igado
Igado is the Ilocano style menudo. While the exact recipe varies from to place, igado is a pork based stew with vegetables. Serves 4 to 6.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Kilawain Labanos
Kilawain Labanos
Kilawain refers to a dish whose main ingredient is raw. The root word “kilaw” comes from the word hilaw meaning “raw”. Labonos is Tagolog for radish. So this kilawain labanos is a dish made with raw meat and radish. Every island in the Philippines has their own version of this festival dish. In this version, we’ll use miso and pork belly. Serves 4 to 6.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Kutsinta
Kutsinta
Kutsinta is a rice cake, but an actual cake made of rice not the dry variety usually served in American super markets. This kakanin (rice cake) uses lye water making it a sticky, chewy delight. Serves 4 to 6.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Labong
Labong
Labong is Tagalog for bamboo shoots. Here we’ll cook labong with pork, shrimp and coconut extract. Serves 4 to 6.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Laing
Laing
Laing is one of the primary uses for taro leaves. Taro leaves are a root vegetable widely grown throughout the Philippines and may be one of the earliest cultivated plants. In the Philippines street vendors sell taro hanging in strips, dried in the open air. In some markets you can buy them fresh. For laing, it is best to buy them dry. Serves 4 to 6.

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