Chicken or pork adobo is one of the most well know Filipino foods, and I'm a big fan. This is a delicious recipe for adobe - not too hard to make, and tastes delicious.
Savory deliciousness with a hint of sweetness and lemony tang is this tried and tested EASY recipe for the classic Filipino noodle stir-fry PANCIT! Perfect for any party as it is a sure crowd-pleaser!
Philippine Style Pork or Chicken BBQ - marinating overnight is the key to the most flavorful meat. It's then skewered and grilled and basted, basted, basted to perfection.
Philippine BBQ Chicken - I made this twice in one week because I loved it so much! New favorite!
Filipino Lumpia | KitchMe.... had an actual Filipino man teach me (MeLeah) how to make these years ago. I still love them!
Filipino Pancit. Nothing will beat when my Filipino family makes this for me :D.... Photo by Emily Rose's Mommy
Ethnic Food Recipes
illustrated filipino food. love it!
Filipino Lumpia | "These were great. My husband grew up in the Philippines and was craving lumpia. The only change I made was sesame oil instead of vegetable oil. The sesame oil really makes a big difference."
Soft and Moist Siopao Recipe - Siopao is a Filipino version of chinese pork buns or steamed pork buns.
Rice flour + coconut cream = a Filipino Christmastime treat that’s delicious enough to eat year-round.