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Filipino food Philippine cuisine local recipes style of cooking and the food associated with it have evolved over many centuries from the surrounding countries many recipes have a truly interesting mix

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Paano magluto Sweet Pork & Egg Recipe – Pinoy Filipino Cooking – Tagalog English. Filipino food.

Sweet Pork & Egg Recipe – Pinoy Filipino Cooking. Another Filipino food Recipe.

Creamy Chicken Pastel (Filipino Style)

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2 lbs or 1kilo Chicken 2 tbsp butter 4-5 tbsp Cooking Oil 2 medium Onions, sliced 4 cloves Garlic, chopped 1/4 cup Thai Fish Sauce 1/2 tsp Black Pepper 3 dried Bay Leaves 2 medium Potatoes 1 medium Carrot 2 pcs Sausage (Jumbo) or 1 can Vienna Sausage 1 medium Red Bellpepper 1 cup Mushroom or 1 can Sliced Mushroom 1 cup grated Cheese 1 can Evaporated milk

How to Cook Sweet & Sour Fish Recipe – English. Filipino food.

Sweet & Sour Fish Recipe

Fish (any fish)
3 cloves garlic
1 medium onion
small portion ginger
1 small red bell pepper
1 small tomato, chopped
3 tbsp vinegar
3 tbsp corn starch
1 tsp sugar
2 tbsp soy sauce

Thank You for Watching I hope you enjoyed my SWEET & SOUR FISH RECIPE. Another Filipino food Recipe.

Filipino Lumpiang Shanghai. Filipino food.

Filipino Lumpiang Shanghai is a type of egg roll popular in the Philippines.

This is simple and easy to prepare and taste really good. This cooking video will guide you on how to cook this type of lumpia the easiest possible way.

This dish is best served with sweet and sour sauce along with streamed white rice or pansit on the side. enjoy! Another Filipino food Recipe.

How to Cook Philippine Desserts: Cakes and Snacks (Filipino Cookbook Recipes of Asian in America).
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If you love a sweet ending to meals, then this cookbook “How to Cook Philippine Desserts, Cakes and Snacks” is for you.

Elizabeth Ann Besa-Quirino, author, award-winning journalist and recipe developer of the popular blog, Asian In America, presents 30 all-time favorite Filipino desserts transformed from traditional heirloom recipes into modern treats in her American kitchen.

Her desserts are rice cakes, coconut sweets, cakes, pastries and special occasion sweets.

Born and raised in the Philippines, Betty Ann, as she is fondly called, channelled her love for sweets in these heritage recipes from her family and friends when she moved to America.

Filipino Pancit Recipe. Filipino food.

There are many variations of this recipe. Especially with the type of noodles. I used the sotanghon noodles here (very fine rice noodles) but you can use egg noodles (more Chinese style), and regular vermicelli rice noodles.

Here’s a recipe I just copied from the internet.

Like I said on my video I showed you the approach to cooking the filipino pancit. You can either add the shrimp, pork, chinese sausage or chicken or all of the above. 🙂

Then the basics of the vegetables are: celery, green beans and/or snap peas, carrots, cabbage, onions and garlic.

Add some Chicken broth along with soy sauce and that’s it. 🙂 There are various recipes on-line. 🙂

Pancit Bihon (Sotanghon)


1 lb pancit bihon (Rice Noodles)
1/2 lb pork, cut into small thin slices
1/2 lb chicken, cooked, deboned, and cut into thin slices
1/8 lb peapods or snow pea
1 cup carrot
1/2 small cabbage, chopped
1 cup celery leaves, chopped finely
1 medium sized onion, chopped
1/2 tbsp garlic, minced
1 pc chicken cube
5 tbsp soy sauce
3 to 4 cups water

Cooking Procedure

In a large pot, Saute the garlic and onion
Add the pork and chicken then let cook for 2 minutes
Add the chicken cube and water then simmer for 15 minutes
Put in the carrots, peapod, cabbage, and celery leaves and simmer for a few minutes
Remove all the ingredients in the pot except for the liquid and set them aside

In the pot with the liquid in, add the soy sauce and mix well
Add the pancit bihon (makes sure to first soak it in water for about 10 minutes) and mix well. Cook until liquid evaporates completely

Put-in the vegetables and meat that were previously cooked and simmer for a minute or two
Serve hot. Share and enjoy! Another Filipino food Recipe.

How to Cook The Best Maja Blanca Recipe – English Version.Filipino food.

The best Maja Blanca Recipe in English


1 1/2 cups of cream corn
1 cup of cornstarch
3 1/2 cups of coconut milk (1 1/2 cups of first extract and 2 cups of second extract)
3/4 cup of sugar
380g condense milk

Thanks for Watching I hope you enjoyed MAJA BLANCA RECIPE. Another Filipino food Recipe.

How to Make Leche Flan. Filipino food.

This video on how to make leche flan is the HD version of the same original leche flan recipe that was uploaded back in 2009.

Leche flan is probably the most popular Filipino dessert. It resembles Creme Caramel. It is simply made of eggs, milk, and sugar. Another Filipino food Recipe.

Lumpiang Shanghai (Spring Rolls) Filipino food.

Lumpiang Shanghai is made from ground pork mixed with carrots and minced onions.

This video shows you how to prepare the ingredients, wrap it, and fry it. These tasty rolls are wrapped and fried in spring rolls.

This dish initially came from China, but it popular popular in the Philippines.

Spring Rolls

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