A list of 20 Filipino favorite street foods to give your taste buds the adventure it needs with kwek-kwek, adidas, fish balls, isaw and more.
Feast your eyes in these photos of healthy veggies you will find growing in the Philippines from jute mallow, bottle gourd, winged beans, okra, long beans, egg plant, amaranth or kalunay and more. Also learn the Filipino names of vegetables and which veggies have all edible parts.
The Philippines is a country formed of many islands, big and small. It is no wonder varied influences from surrounding countries reached the islands and seeped into the tradition; then all combined to form the rich Filipino culture. The earlier Philippine cuisine has originated from...
Chicken Adobo with Potatoes is a tradional Filipino food cooked in soy sauce, garlic, salt and pepper, bay leaves, vinegar and potatoes.
Here's a special chicken caldereta recipe that uses cheese and tomato sauce to make the sauce tastier. You can also add coconut milk for a creamy texture.
Bibingka Roberto Verzo, CC-BY, via flickr Filipino desserts possibly have something really important to do with the generally sweet nature of most Filipinos. Notwithstanding typhoons, earthquakes and countless difficulties of living in the...
Leche Flan bingbing, CC-BY, via flickr Filipinos in the Philippines and all across the world love getting together for festivals, holidays and other special occasions. This is because most Filipinos give premium on pakikisama or the concept of...
My own style, tips, process, and insights of cooking a Filipino Chicken Adobo.
Puto - Filipino Rice cake is a all-time favorite,popular snack in the Philippines. Includes recipe, video and some tips on how to cook puto.
Adobo is a Filipino dish that has become very popular because of its versatility. Originally a pork dish, the adobo meat can be replaced by chicken, fish, squid, and vegetables. Adobo can be cooked in any technique you want -- stewed, sautéed, or baked.