Make your own Filipino BBQ on a stick

Make your own Filipino BBQ on a stick

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

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"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 …"

Chicken Tinola Soup is a type of Filipino chicken soup wherein chicken slices are cooked in ginger broth until tender, while slices of green papaya (or chayote) and malunggay leaves are added towards the end. This clear soup dish is perfect during rainy days and cold weather because the ginger broth and chicken can provide a comforting effect and it can also help keep you warm and cozy.

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Pork Siomai Recipe (Shumai) - speedyrecipe.com

Pork Siomai Recipe (Shumai) - speedyrecipe.com

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Tender and delicious chicken slowly simmered in seasoned tomato sauce - CHICKEN AFRITADA! Enjoy with some rice and drizzle the sauce all over! This is a favorite Sunday stew! #afritada | manilaspoon.com

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Leche Flan (Caramel Pudding) has always been a Filipino favorite dessert. Almost always present in every occasion.

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Delicious one pot chicken with carrots and potatoes in a rich and flavourful Filipino Adobo sauce.

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Bibingka - Filipino Coconut Cake, not healthy but a fun ethnic dessert.

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Bistek Tagalog ( Filipino style beef) Try this very simple but so tasty dish. Family favorite!

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