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This is Fried Chicken (Pritong Manok). Fried chicken can be cooked in so many ways in all the different cultures around the world. It may be breaded, coated with flour/batter or naked (no breading).   RECIPE: https://goo.gl/oJs2eg

Fried chicken can be cooked in so many ways in all the different cultures around the world. It may be breaded, coated with batter or naked.

This is Jalapeno Cheddar Bacon Deviled Eggs. This is an interesting twist on a holiday classic that is sure to impress. Deviled eggs were always one of my favorites at Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts.   RECIPE: https://goo.gl/9dS7R1

This is Jalapeno Cheddar Bacon Deviled Eggs. This is an interesting twist on a holiday classic that is sure to impress. Deviled eggs are already awesome.

This is Spicy Shrimp Nachos. This is a tasty treat that we whipped together one night after being inspired by the fish tacos we had made the night before. We had all the ingredients we needed left over from the tacos (minus the fish) and we had some shrimp so we thought, why not nachos. The result was spectacular.  RECIPE: http://goo.gl/ZnBdtM

This is Spicy Shrimp Nachos. This is a tasty treat that we whipped together one night after being inspired by the fish tacos we had made the night before. We had all the ingredients we needed left over from the tacos (minus the fish) and we had some shrimp so we thought, why not nachos. The result was spectacular. RECIPE: http://goo.gl/ZnBdtM

Enjoy this recipe submitted by Kathleen Whips.  This is Philippine Adobo. While the adobo dish and cooking process in Filipino cuisine and the general description of adobo in Spanish cuisine share similar characteristics, they refer to different things with different cultural roots.  RECIPE: http://goo.gl/10b1Nx

chicken & pork adobo-the quintessential Philippine dish. So versatile you can cook it in so many ways. My favorite is the basic one-but twice cooked. The best thing about adobo? It doesn't spoil easily and the longer you have it, the better it taste!

Enjoy this recipe submitted by Madeline Hall from Madeline Marie Blog.  This is Lumpia (Filipino Egg Rolls). Whenever my family would have a party at our house, we would serve these egg rolls. My mom would make them almost every time, and bring it to other parties when people had us over as well. It was always a hit, and everyone gobbled them up as soon as they hit the table!  RECIPE: http://goo.gl/bMhu6t

This is Lumpia (Filipino Egg Rolls). Whenever my family would have a party at our house we would serve these egg rolls. It was always a hit.

This is Kilawing na Hipon (Spicy Shrimp Ceviche). This is a variation of the common, Filipino style shrimp ceviche, Kilawing na Hipon. In this version, we add some serrano or jalapeno peppers to the mix to bring some heat into this dish. Give it a try.  RECIPE: http://goo.gl/L0a0ht

Filipino style shrimp ceviche, Kilawing na Hipon. We add some serrano or jalapeno peppers to the mix to bring some heat into this dish.

This is Eggless Leche Flan. Leche Flan is a dessert enjoyed by many people, not just Filipinos. In this version of the flan we omit the egg yolk for lesser calories and cholesterol-free dessert. It is still just as delicious as the original and you can enjoy it guilt-free.     RECIPE: http://www.filipinochow.com/eggless-leche-flan/

Leche Flan is a dessert enjoyed by many people, not just Filipinos. In this version of the flan we omit the egg yolk for lesser calories and cholesterol-free dessert. It is still just as delicious as the original and you can enjoy it guilt-free.

This is Dinuguang Baboy (Pork Blood Stew). Pork Dinuguan is a dish that is mainly comprised of pork stew of blood and meat. It is savory, tangy and can be made hot and spicy. Pork Dinuguan is best eaten with Puto (steamed rice cake).  RECIPE: http://www.filipinochow.com/dinuguang-baboy-pork-blood-stew/

Pork Dinuguan is a dish that is mainly comprised of pork stew of blood and meat. It is savory, tangy and can be made hot and spicy. Pork Dinuguan is best eaten with Puto (steamed rice cake).

This is Humba. Humba is a dish similar to Pork Adobo. The only difference is the use of banana blossoms and black beans. Both dishes are good specially when you are eating it with plenty of steamed rice.  RECIPE: http://www.filipinochow.com/humba/

Humba is a dish similar to Pork Adobo. The only difference is the use of banana blossoms and black beans. Both dishes are good specially when you are eating it with plenty of steamed rice.

Thai Peanut Dipping Sauce  RECIPE: http://www.filipinochow.com/thai-peanut-dipping-sauce-nam-jim-tou-hu-tod/

Thai Peanut Dipping Sauce RECIPE: http://www.filipinochow.com/thai-peanut-dipping-sauce-nam-jim-tou-hu-tod/