Simple filipino dishes

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Take your travels home with you by enjoying these mouthwatering and easy Filipino recipes wherever you are. These Filipino dishes will leave you speechless. The island nation of the Philippines holds a special place in the heart of everyone in my family. Not only were our travels in the Philippines one of the most incredible experiences that we have ever had but my wife, Christina, was born in Manila.

She lived there until she was 10, and Filipino culture is still a part of our every day lives. These Filipino recipes take those flavors and bring them home. Part of what makes Filipino food so unique is that it draws inspiration from such a huge variety of cultures. But one thing is for sure, Filipino dishes are rich, flavorful, and offer something that will satisfy nearly every palate. Filipino recipes are often heavy on meat. Pork and chicken both play a large part in the diet of the islanders.

Being that the Philippines is an island nation, seafood, of course, also plays a huge part in the diet. At its core, Filipino food is focused around family. Every dish is best when enjoyed with others. But as much as it the meals that match the incredibly hospitable culture of the country, the dishes can vary widely from region to region. From classics such as kaldereta and pancit the incredible range of seafood fare delved from the over 7, islands that make up the country of the Philippines.

One of the things that I love most about travel is that the memory of the experience hangs around far longer than the travel experience itself. Sometimes that means sitting down with one of my favorite travel books. But one of the best ways is by cooking an incredible meal and to live the trip all over again through your taste buds.

So warm up the oven and grab the apron. These 5 fantastic Filipino recipes will take you back to the Pearl of the Orient. There is probably no Filipino food that is more coveted within the Philippine side of our family than Filipino pork barbeque. Whether we order from the local Filipino restaurants or make pork bbq from scratch, there are countless dirty games that take place as everyone tries to get away with more than their own fair share.

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Filipino pork bbq is one of the most classic dishes. You'll find it as often at backyard parties as you will among the many street food vendors. Among Filipinos, it seems that everyone has their own secret pork barbeque recipe. This Filipino pork bbq recipe takes a sweet and tangy approach with lo of garlic, soy sauce, and a twist of 7-UP for tenderness and flavor. My favorite pork barbeque recipes have a lightly sticky sauce and are cooked over a fire with a slightly charred finish. The sugar from the sauce and 7-UP help the sauce to caramelize.

The fatty and flavorful pork meat remains soft, tender, and juicy. Filipino pork barbeque is awesome on its own or paired with sinigang, pancit, or just about anything to be honest. Barbeque is awesome! When it comes to the best Filipino recipes, Sinigang, or Filipino soup is the hands-down favorite of Christina and the boys.

This easy Filipino sinigang recipe is on the menu at least a few times a week. And sinigang is traditionally served with rice. The soup is either poured over the top of the rice or mixed within. Sinigang is usually mixed with tamarind powder to get a sour, tangy taste that helps to perk up the senses. And we typically cook it in large batches and reheat it throughout the week for snacks, lunches, and dinners.

Pork sinigang is one of the staples in our house. Rarely a week goes by that there isn't a pot of this sour and tangy Filipino sinigang soup simmering on our stove. We'll eat it for lunch, dinner, and even breakfast sometimes. It's savory, flavorful, and an absolute hit on cold days or when someone is fighting a cold. The tamarind soup base gives sinigang a nice zing. And it can be altered easily by substituting in any of veggies. Or you can switch out the pork for seafood such as shrimp.

Next to sinigang, none of these Filipino recipes are made nearly as often as the classic chicken adobo. There is, perhaps, no other Filipino dish that is as personal, and close to the heart as this classic fare. It seems that everyone and their Lola have their own secret chicken adobo recipe. And every family believes their recipe is the best, most authentic chicken adobo recipe that exists.

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This is an easy Pinoy dish to make. But I will say that if you want to understand Filipino cuisine, taking your time to become a chicken adobo expert is the best way. Chicken adobo is one of the most iconic and classic Filipino recipes. Every family has their own twist on this delicious and saucy meal. And every family believes that theirs is the best. This easy chicken adobo recipe will satisfy your taste buds any day of the week. It's best served over a bed of rice and enjoyed with a side of sinigang. We could not get enough of all of the fresh fish and seafood throughout our travels in the Philippines.

It seemed that everywhere we went, from San Vicente to Coron we were gorging on massive platters of the most incredible seafood we had ever tasted. One of the best Filipino fish recipes is Pinaputok na Tilapia. This scrumptious dish features a Tilapia stuffed to bursting with tomatoes, onions, ginger, and other fresh veggies.

And that pretty much sums up the state in which this fish looks once this delicious Tilapia recipe is completed. Stuffed tilapia is one of my favorite Filipino recipes. The mild tilapia combines so well with the tomato and onion-based stuffing. Pinaputok literally means exploding in the Filipino dialect of Tagalog, so it should be a challenge to see how much stuffing you can get inside your fish. There are no better Filipino dessert recipes that are more beloved by me and my kids than the ultra-simple banana lumpia known as turon. This easy Filipino turon recipe takes the plantain base and lumpia wrapper to new flavor levels.

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This easy turon dessert is something that we absolutely love eating on summer days or during our big family get-togethers. Turon is one of the most classic Filipino dessert recipes. This sweet and tasty banana lumpia treat combines the classic Philippine love for rolls and wraps and combines it with soft and sweet plantains to make an easy to munch on snackable dessert. This version is baked rather than fried to make it just a little bit healthier, but still amazingly tasty. Tell us about it in the comments below. Or swing by our Facebook and share it with us there.

Do you have a favorite Filipino dish? Share it with us in the comments.

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Or head over to our Facebook group and say hello! You can find our web story for these articles here. Wandering Wagars is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program deed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon. Hi Kevin, Thank you so much for this blog post. The recipes are the most popular most Filipino love to eat and share with friends.

Hi Kevin, I like the sinigang? I hope you can find the recipe of what the residents from Leyte call "Pakdul" popular in Tacloban City or nearby towns. This is one of my favorite menu with steamed rice back in PI, but don't know the recipe. Yes, Filipino foods are flavorful. Again, thank you so much.

I believe the recipe that you're referring to is an Indonesian dish. Unfortunately, it's not one that I'm too familiar with. But keep checking back. If I can figure it out, I'll post it just for you! I am planning to make the bbq pork recipe on the weekend but am confused about a couple of things.

But then a little further in the instructions it says - In a small bowl combine the rest of the juice, banana ketchup, and sesame oil. Set aside. I'm not sure what is meant by 'the rest of the juice'? My apologies. These filipino recipes look delicious! And it's especially useful now that we still have some restrictions about going out. Prep Time: 30 minutes. Cook Time: 20 minutes. Additional Time: 8 hours. Total Time: 8 hours 50 minutes. Ingredients 1. Instructions Rinse pork strips and pat dry with a paper towel. Add pork and massage meat to fully incorporate. Marinate, turning meat once or twice, in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours or overnight for best.

Skewer each piece of pork lengthwise.

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In a small bowl combine the rest of the juice, banana ketchup, and sesame oil.

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