Lechon Paksiw

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.

Kare-kare

Kare Kare

Kare-kare is a famous dish from the province of Pampanga. It is one of the dishes that are typically served at fiestas. Try our kare-kare Filipino recipe.

Tocino

Tocino

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

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.

Paksiw na Saluyot

<![CDATA[Here’s another paksiw¬†recipe that you will really enjoy. Paksiw na Saluyot Save Print Ingredients 3 bundles saluyot leaves 1¾ tbsps. vinegar 1½ tsps. garlic, chopped and pounded 1½ tbsps. Bagoong balayan 3 tbsps. Water or stock salt and pepper Instructions Dissolve bagoong Balayan in water. Set aside. Heat pan with a little water and add … Read more

Sauteed Radish

<![CDATA[Sauteed radish (or kilawin labanos in Filipino) is one of my favorite Philippine vegetable dishes. Its tinge of sourness reminds me of sinigang, without all the soup. Sauteed Radish Save Print Ingredients 1 cup radish, cut into thin coins ¼ cup pig liver, sliced ¼ cup pork, sliced ¼ cup pig heart, sliced ¼ cup … Read more