Cassava Recipe Filipino style - Cassava Cake
Pan De Sal - Filipino Bread Rolls from Food.com: I grew up eating pan de sal for breakfast or merienda (snack). My favorite was Baliwag-style, enriched with milk, butter and egg. Knead dough in bread machine, then shape and bake in regular oven. Breadcrumbs provide that distinctive crunchy crust. Masarap (delicious)! **Dough ball should be as sticky as the back of a Post-it Note. Otherwise, add up to 2 TBL of flour or water, as needed.** the bread, filipino bread, breakfast breads, bread rolls
Pan De Sal - Filipino Bread Rolls. Photo by Jackmenlar
Pan De Sal - Filipino Bread Rolls
Manang's Homemade Pandesal using Bread Machine
Kusina ni Manang: Pandesal
Pork Asado Siopao
pumpkin leche flan half by ivoryhut, via Flickr
Filipino dessert Bibingka Cassava Can be kind of rubbery and cassava can be challenging to find (look in frozen food section of Asian grocery store) but it is yummy and one small piece is very filling. coconuts, cakes, filipino desserts, belize, frozen foods, filipino food, cassava cake, cake recipes, filipino recipes
***I LOVE papaya! With my Mom being filipino, I grew up eating and now using papaya in a lot of my cooking instead of potatoes. They grow tall, and I usually need hubby to get the ladder out when I'm in need of it- but it's so yummy and so worth it! Here's a great website with a lot of info :) http://www.tropicalfloridagardens.com/2011/06/27/growing-caring-for-papaya-trees/ ladders, seeds, cooking, edibl garden, garden veget
***I LOVE papaya! With my Mom being filipino, I grew up eating and now using papaya in a lot of my cooking instead of potatoes. They grow tall, and I usually need hubby to get the ladder out when I'm in need of it- but it's so yummy and so worth it! Here's a great website with a lot of info :) www.tropicalflori...
Maruya: Fried banana fritters often dusted with sugar and eaten as an afternoon snack.
Adobo recipe - Filipino adobo is a stew or a simmer of meat or vegetables cooked with vinegar. The most common versions uses chicken or pork or both, with soy sauce to flavour, as well as bay leaf, black pepper, and garlic. #filipino #chicken #pork chicken adobo, asian recipes, pork adobo, philippin, apple cider vinegar, adobo recip, comfort foods, filipino food, filipino recipes
Adobo is probably one of the most popular Filipino food in the world. It is basically any kind of protein braised in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic & pepper. Every region in the Philippines has a different version of this dish. I like mine with a lot of sauce. Eat with warm jasmine rice. Yum!
Tokwa't baboy: Pork and tofu in a soy-vinegar sauce that's the traditional partner of Arroz Caldo
The best mangoes in the world are found in the Philippines.
Leche flan: Filipino custard dessert similar to creme brulee that's either baked or steamed
Pinakbet: a medley of Filipino vegetables from the northern Ilocos region.
Crispy Pata – a perfect combination of texture and flavor, a crunchy deep fried pork leg made initially by poaching. Has an intense satisfying flavor of meat and rich fat marbling.