Our well-loved Sopas and it may not be in a restaurant menu, but at home, this tops in soup requests. It is super pinoy soup and yumm!
This is a simple sandwich spread for breakfast, snacks, or a quick bite. It can also be applied as a spread for cold sandwich or bruschetta.
This is a shared recipe by Jen Cabuntoca. This recipe is her entry to the ongoing Panlasang Pinoy Recipe Contest . Do you want to earn extra bucks for your recipe? Submit your recipe now!
This is my own way to make summer rolls. Enjoy!
Don’t know what to do with the left over roast chicken from last night’s dinner? Here’s a simple solution: Quick Chicken Salad.
Time and again when I don’t have enough time to make dinner, I head to my local deli or the supermarket to buy a whole roast chicken. When I have leftovers, I make this chicken salad for a sandwich lunch the next day.
Since the holidays are approaching, keep this simple recipe in mind. This may come in handy since you may already have the ingredients in your pantry.
Kabsa (Kabseh) is an Arabic staple dish. This can be cooked in different ways using different kinds of meat; chicken, lamb, camel, and goat meats are regularly used.
This recipe makes a dish similar to sweet and sour chicken. My husband loves mango juice. One time he picked up the wrong bottle at the store that turned out to be mango sauce. He realized rather quickly mango sauce is not for drinking. I tried using it in a few recipes and, especially in this recipe, we both love it!
This is a shared recipe by Cynthia Magallanes. This recipe is one of her entries for the ongoing Panlasang Pinoy Recipe Contest . Do you want to earn extra bucks for your recipe? Submit your recipe now!
I made this specially for my mom so she can eat as much without risking her sugar level. I actually got the recipe from Panlasang Pinoy, but I Splenda instead of sugar; this made it sugar-free. I also added a little water. I felt that adding carrots would make this healthier; so, I added some. By the way, I’m planning to work on my Sugar Free Malunggay Pandan Puto later.
This is a shared recipe by Eunice Velard. This recipe is one of her entries for the ongoing Panlasang Pinoy Recipe Contest . Do you want to earn extra bucks for your recipe? Submit your recipe now!
Here is another delicious Pininyahang Manok version shared to us by Millie Phillip through the Share Your Recipe page. Thanks Millie for this wonderful chicken recipe.
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This is a shared recipe by Tom Clar. He decribes this as a great tasting chili dish with a “Bite”: this is the ideal food to serve to your guests when watching football and baseball games.
Maskipaps” is short for “maski papaano” which also means “however”. When I cook something that I have no known name for, I just call it “maskipaps.”
This recipe is actually my mom’s. She uses pork belly so it is even tastier and juicier. Pork belly is not available in our local supermarkets so I used ribs instead.
This quick and easy pork recipe is so appetizing — no wonder my kids love them.
This Chicken Satay recipe is amazing !!! The flavors come together like they were made for each other. The chicken by itself was very flavorful and could stand on it’s own; the Peanut Sauce was good too.
On another note, you can pair the Peanut Sauce with Asian Summer Rolls too. This recipe was taken from from FoodNetwork/Ellie Krieger and Thai Food Tonight
This is a definite keeper!
John H. of Levittown, PA shares to us his Roast Chicken recipe. He is a Filipino-American working in the medical field. He loves to eat healthy foods and here is one of his favorite healthy chicken recipes.
I love to eat chicken but I don’t have the energy to do some fancy stuff on it. I only cook after my shift and this is often for dinner which is also my lunch for the next day. This Roast Chicken recipe is my favorite because it is simple yet flavorful. I also like this recipe because it gives me time to relax while cooking. All I do is sit on the couch until the timer sounds.
Here is another version of the Maja Blanca shared to us by Claire Pfendle of Rochester, New York. Her blog, clairebakescakes, features different interesting cake recipes. Thanks for sharing Claire!
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Here is another interesting recipe submitted by Jannet Spengler of Heidelberg, Germany. If you can recall, she was the one who shared her Tortang Talong with Giniling recipe and here she is once more with another wonderful creation.
I enjoy reading your website and am always eager to try out your recipes. I already tried your Pandesal, Beef and Onions, Buttered Puto, Beef Mami, Max Style fried Chicken, Orange Chicken and the Ham and Spinach Omelet from Ate Flora in CA. Now, i thought to share another recipe with you and your fans. I don’t even have a name for it but i know that my whole family loves it. Maybe your fans will love it too.
Jennifer Adams-Juan of Diet Motivator is kind enough to share one of her healthy recipes: Tofu Steak Fried in Honey and Rosemary with Tuna & Tomato Sauce.
This recipe was sent to us by Melissa Polito of Polomolok, South cotabato, Philippines.
This is the first time that we’ll feature an octopus recipe and I’m pretty much excited. By looking at the ingredients and procedure, this seems to be a quick and healthy one. Imagine a healthy recipe that only requires less than 10 minutes to cook, I can’t wait to try this.
Thank You Melissa!
This recipe is made possible by Flora S. of Petaluma, California.
She writes: Hello there PP, I’m an avid reader and I always try your recipes. Hindi na kita tatawaging kuya dahil baka mas matanda pa ako sayo. I was inspired to send this recipe after reading one of the shared recipes sent by someone from Germany. Hindi ako expert sa pagluluto pero may alam naman akong mga simpleng lutuin na pinagsasaluhan naming ng aking pamilya. Sinubukan ko palang gawin yung Crabmeat Omelette mo at nasarapan kaming lahat kaya naman sumubok akong mag experiment gamit ang ibang sangkap. Sana magustuhan ninyo ito.
Thanks Flora for sharing this recipe. For those of you who have a recipe to share, please don’t hesitate. Visit our Share Your Recipes page to learn more.
What we have is is our very first shared recipe made possible by Jannet Spengler of Heidelberg, Germany. Jannet does not like eating plain eggplant (tortang talong) ; this is the reason why she adds ground beef to the recipe. According to her, ground beef adds more flavor to the dish.
Do you have some recipes to share? Why don’t you send in your recipes with your personal photo and we’ll make sure to post them here. Pictures of the dish need not to be as complete as what Jannet has (don’t get intimidated :)). It’s time for you to get noticed.