10 (Filipino)

List by: anika854, created: 02 Apr 2018, updated: 02 Apr 2018 Public: Users can add dishes

Filipino cuisine is based on a mixture of different traditional foods of India, Spain, China and America.

1. Adobo Sa Luyang Dilaw

chicken adobo (Filipino)

Chichen adobo with turmeric tastes spicy and smells good. The turmeric gives a unique flavor to the chicken and its sauce and has a yellowish color.

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2. Pancit Molo


Pancit Molo or Filipino pork dumpling soup is a type of soup using wonton wrappers which originated from Molo district in Iloilo City. The piping-hot soup is ladled into serving bowls, and garnished with green onions and fried garlic bits for another layer of flavor.


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3. Lumpia

Loempia, Loenpia, Ngohyong (Filipino)

Lumpia is a Filipino savory snack similar to spring rolls. It is made of a thin dough "lumpia wrapper" containing a filling that varies from chopped vegetables to minced meat.

Lumpia is served in any kind of gathering celebration in the Philippines.

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4. Puchero

(Argentine) (Filipino) (Spanish)

Puchero is a strange but intriguing mixture of taste, created by beef in bananas and tomato sauce.Puchero is a delicious stew. It also made from chicken, pork.

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5. Kinilaw

Kilawin (Filipino)

Considered as one of popular "beer-match munchies" in the Philipines also know as "pulutan". The fish is not cook in fire but the lime, vinegar and calamsi juice will cook the fish slowly when soaked or marinated.

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6. Sinigang


Sinigang is a stew of fish, prawns, pork or beef soured by fruits like tamarind, kamias or tomatoes. Often accompanied by vegetables like kangkong, string beans and taro, this stew is eaten with rice.

A modern, but delicious spin on Sinigang is Sentro 1771’s version called Sinigang Corned Beef.

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7. Paksiw Na Lechon

lechon paksiw (Filipino)

This dish is a way of recycling your left over roasted pig. Sauteed with soy sauce and vinegar with spices and cook it in low heat. Easy way of cooking at the same time you dont have to throw your left over roasted pig.

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8. Tapsilog

tapa meal (Filipino)

One of the best know breakfast meal of Filipinos is the Tapsilog. Tap-si-log stands for Tapa (friend beef jerky), sinangag (friend rice) and itlog (fried egg).

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9. Ginataang Halo Halo

Ginataang Halo-halo (Filipino)

This is a delicious and filling snack specially if you love anything with coconut milk in it. Ginataang Halo Halo is also perfect during rainy days. Ginataang Halo Halo is an old-time favorite of Filipinos. Typically made with glutinous rice balls, tapioca pearls, sweet potatoes, purple yam, tropical fruits and coconut milk.

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10. Buko Pie


Buko pie is a traditional Filipino baked young-coconut custard pie. It is considered a specialty in the city of Los Baños, Laguna located on the island of Luzon.


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