Monggo Car-Car Style

Mongo beans are rich in minerals like calcium, iron and potassium. With very low fat content, mongo beans is good foir reducing weight

Pork Adobo (Laguna Version)

Here’s a variant of the pork adobo recipe, probably the most popular Filipino dish. This adobo recipe is usually used in the Laguna area.

Stuffed Pork Roast with Prunes

Tired of serving the same old set of standard Filipino dishes for Christmas? Try this stuffed pork roast with prunes recipe for your Noche Buena.

Arroz a la Valenciana (Rice Casserole)

This recipe is a local version of the Spanish dish “paella”. Arroz a la Valenciana is a complete meal, a one-dish meal of meat, rice and vegetables.

Fresh Lumpia

You, too, can enjoy delicious fresh lumpia right in your own home. Just follow this fresh lumpia recipe. This recipe yields 10 servings.


Embutido is one of the mainstay dishes at the Christmas dinner table. If you’re looking for Christmas dishes to prepare, definitely include embutido.

Lechon Paksiw

Lechon paksiw’s main ingredient is the head of a roasted suckling pig (lechon) or what was left of it. This lechon paksiw recipe is easy to cook. And once you’ve tasted it, you’ll definitely want another serving.

Pork Barbecue

Try this pork barbecue recipe and delight your friends and visitors with this all-time favorite pork barbecue.


Kids love tocino (Filipino for “cured meat”). Why not make tocino yourself at the comfort of your own home? Here’s a tocino recipe that’s as easy as ABC.

Pork Adobo

Adobo is typically made of chicken, pork, or squid (pusit) cooked in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, peppercorns and bay leaf. Here’s our pork adobo recipe.