Tag Archive: pinoy recipe

Apr
14

Adobong Okra

Adobong okra

Adobong okra

How to cook adobong okra:

Adobong okra is a healthy seasonal food. Adobo is one of my favorite Filipino dishes which is really delicious.

Apr
14

Adobong Puso ng Saging

Adobong Puso ng Saging

Adobong Puso ng Saging

How to make Adobong Puso ng Saging:

Adobong Puso ng Saging is one of the authentic dish from the Philippines that I want to share with you.

Apr
14

Malunggay Corn Soup

malunggay corn soup

Malunggay Corn Soup

How to make Malunggay Corn Soup:

Malunggay Corn Soup Recipe produces a healthy soup dish composed of shredded white corn and malunggay (Moringa) leaves.

Apr
14

Baked Cheesecake

baked cheesecake

Baked Cheesecake

How to make Baked Cheesecake:

 

This is smooth and creamy baked cheesecake recipe filled with rich cream cheese and baked to perfection.

Apr
08

Chicken Fingers

Chicken fingers

Chicken fingers

How to make Chicken Fingers:

Chicken fingers the classic children’s favorite baon! Make it in a large batch so that you only need to mess your hands once.

Apr
08

Egg Salad Sandwich

Egg salad sandwich

Egg salad sandwich

How to make Egg Salad Sandwich:

Egg salad sandwiches are some of the easiest sandwiches in the world to make, especially if you have some hard boiled eggs sitting around in the fridge (like around Easter).

Apr
08

Beef Empanada

Beef Empanada

Beef Empanada

How to make Beef Empanada:

Beef Empanada. Beef is possibly the most popular empanada filling. You can also substitute corned beef for ground beef.

Dec
28

Stuffed Milkfish

Stuffed Milkfish

Stuffed Milkfish

How to make Stuffed Milkfish:

Stuffed Milkfish is a very special Filipino dish because of the amount of work involved in cooking.

Dec
28

Sauteed Mussels

Sauteed Mussels

Sauteed Mussels

How to make Sauteed Mussels:

Sauteed Mussels – we love mussels and they couldn’t be easier to make.

Dec
28

Chicken Intestine Adobo

chicken intestine adobo

Chicken Intestine Adobo

How to make Chicken Intestine Adobo:

Chicken Intestine Adobo is locally known as “isaw” in the Filipino language and “silit” in the Ilocano dialect.

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