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Tulapho Recipe (Crispy Fried Pork)

Tulapho - Crispy Fried Pork

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How to cook crispy lechon kawali -filipino crispy fried pork belly

A Filipino Cuisine. THIS IS THE BEST LECHON KAWALI… AND IT IS MADE OF ONLY THREE INGREDIENTS… HOW TO COOK CRISPY LECHON KAWALI -FILIPINO CRISPY FRIED PORK BELLY http://www.theskinnypot.com/how-to-cook-crispy-lechon-kawali-filipino-crispy-fried-pork-belly/

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Deep-Fried Pork Spring Rolls (Lumpia)

Best known in their deep-fried iteration, lumpia often crackle beneath the teeth. But not always; some come wrapped in fresh egg crepes, while others are wrapper-less. Connoisseurs pine for a version made with shrimp, pork, and shredded coconut palm. The freshly fried version is a marvel, the wrapper crisp, the filling's texture delicate and yielding. Instead of the common sweet-sour dipping sauce, chef Dale Talde opts for the condiment he used growing up—a mixture of vinegar and soy sauce…

Filipino Lumpia | KitchMe.... had an actual Filipino man teach me (MeLeah) how to make these years ago. I still love them!

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Pork Asado

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Chicken Adobo

Chicken or pork adobo is one of the most well know Filipino foods, and I'm a big fan. This is a delicious recipe for adobe - not too hard to make, and tastes delicious.

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Soft and Fluffy Siopao

Soft and Moist Siopao Recipe - Siopao is a Filipino version of chinese pork buns or steamed pork buns.

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Filipino Skewered Pork BBQ

This was so damn good. Hardest part was slicing all the meat off the pork shoulder. I doubled it for a potluck Filipino Skewered Pork BBQ

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Pork Ginataan with Squash and String Beans

Pork Ginataan with Squash and String Beans is a rich and delicious Filipino dish that makes use of pork, coconut milk, and vegetables such as squash and string beans.

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Pork Bistek

Stewed in soy sauce, calamansi juice, garlic and onions, this pork bistek is hearty, delicious and the perfect comfort food. Best served with steamed rice.

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Sisig recipe using pork belly

Pork Sisig - A popular Filipino dish originating from Pampanga. A true Kapampangan delicacy from simple ingredients.| www.foxyfolksy.com

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Filipino Skewered Pork BBQ

This was so damn good. Hardest part was slicing all the meat off the pork shoulder. I doubled it for a potluck Filipino Skewered Pork BBQ

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Adobong Sitaw

Adobong Sitaw is a vegetable dish composed of string beans cooked adobo style.

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Pork, Vegetable, and Tamarind Stew

The finished stew should be decidedly sour, tamarind’s calling card, but you’re in control of how ­puckery things get. You can sub other vegetables or simplify the array, but be very careful not to overcook them. This recipe is from Bad Saint, one of the Hot 10, America's Best New Restaurants 2016.

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Ginisang Baguio Beans with Pork

Ginisang Baguio Beans with Pork Recipe

Adobong Sitaw (Filipino String Bean Adobo). alternate here: http://pinoy-cooking.com/recipes/11335-adobong-sitaw-with-pork.html or here: http://nanayjo.wordpress.com/2013/08/09/adobong-sitaw-string-beans-stew/ or here: http://www.bubblews.com/news/2831868-adobong-sitaw or here: http://www.pinoyrecipe.net/adobong-sitaw-string-bean-adobo-recipe/

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Pancit Molo (Filipino Pork Dumpling Soup

"Traditionally, pancit refers to “noodles” in Filipino cuisine, so I’m not entirely sure why this soup is called Pancit Molo since it doesn’t have any noodles. However, if you have any leftover wonton wrappers, slice those up into strips and throw them in the broth. Ta-da! Noodles! Basically, if your Filipino grandmother made wonton …"