Filipino Recipes

Filipino Recipes
Enjoy authentic Filipino food with these easy to follow Filipino recipes with ingredients available for purchase.
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Puto Galapong
Puto Galapong
Puto is a rice cake. Galapong is wild yeast extracted from glutinous rice to helps rice cakes rise. You’ll need to grind the galapong from the rice using a stone grinder or a food processor. In this recipe we’ll prepare the galapong before preparing the puto. Serves 4 to 6.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Puto Pandan
Puto Pandan
This is a puto cake using pandan essence and salted duck eggs. Salted red duck eggs are very popular in Asia made by soaking duck eggs with soil and salt then stored for 18 days. Pandan extract comes from pandan leaves and give the cakes a green color. Here we’ll use all purpose flour. Serves 4 to 6.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Rellenong Bangus
Rellenong Bangus
Rellenong Bangus is another opportunity to eat bangus. Rellenong means a stuffed dish. This makes a great meal for lent. Serves 4 to 6.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Rellenong Manok
Rellenong Manok
Another delicious stuffed meat recipe is Relyenong Manok, which is stuffed chicken. Try this recipe here and roll up your sleeves! Serves 6.

Posted: 01/28/2015 04:29:00 PM
Adobo Kangkong
Adobo Kangkong
Filipino Adobo differs from the Spanish Adobo (which means “sauce”) the Filipino Adobo is an indigenous cooking process that involves stewing with vinegar. Kangkong is a leafy green vegetable in the morning glory family, also known as water spinach or swamp cabbage. For this recipe, you may substitute spinach for kangkong. Serves 4 to 6 people.

Posted: 11/28/2014 02:12:00 PM