Explore Filipino Dishes, Filipino Recipes, and more!

Explore related topics

Filipino-style Spaghetti - Kawaling Pinoy

Filipino-style Spaghetti

Filipino-style spaghetti is an interesting take on an Italian classic dish. Made with banana catsup and hot dogs, it's not your ordinary bolognese!

Supreme Pizza Casserole. I found this recipe a while ago, but made it easier for the working family. Same idea, but I use jarred pasta sauce instead of making from scratch, and I use a penne or something smaller and I found the longer noodles can make serving a tad difficult. Also I dont use a dutch oven, Just brown the beef and onion on the stove . Yum!

Supreme Pizza Casserole

Taste of Home Slow Cooker & Casseroles. Find simmering slow-cooked favorites, pizza-inspired casseroles, and more cozy dishes.

Filipino Pancit. Photo by Air Force Mama

Filipino Pancit

Filipino Pancit - sub EVOO when cooking garlic & carrots (shredded) then add sesame oil & teryaki . sub Shrimp for chicken cut in thirds & add green onions when serving . seasoned with only Sea salt, Black pepper & toasted sesame seeds.

Sizzling Sisig Recipe

Pork Sisig Recipe (Sizzling Pork Sisig)

Pork Sisig Recipe is a glorious dish recipe that is a staple “pulutan” among Filipinos.The main ingredients of this Sisig recipe are Pork Ears and Pork Jowl

Corned Beef Hash (Filipino Style)

Corned Beef Hash (Filipino Style) - Cook n' Share - World Cuisines

Beef Tapa (Tapang baka) | Cook n' Share - World Cuisines

Beef tapa is thinly sliced dried or cured beef. Although beef is the most common, other types of meat can be used. This tasty dish is often served up with br.

BBQ Spaghetti

This delicious BBQ Spaghetti Casserole tastes like the spaghetti version of BBQ Chicken Pizza. Pulled pork is used instead of chicken for a southern-style casserole.

Salisbury Steak Meatballs - Easy, simple and so comforting. It's so good, the family will be begging for seconds and thirds!

Salisbury Steak Meatballs

Need to thicken more! Salisbury Steak Meatballs - An easy, comforting, budget-friendly meal that the whole family will love! You can also make the meatballs ahead of time!

Sisig - who can resists sisig?

Pork Sisig

Pork Sisig is a popular appetizer that originated from the culinary capital of the Philippines, Pampanga.

Fresh ginger-sesame sauce stir-fried with udon noodles, quick fried tofu and spinach! So much healthier than take-out!  | delishknowledge.com

Sesame Garlic Stir-Fry Noodles

Vegan Fresh ginger-sesame sauce stir-fried with udon noodles, quick fried tofu and spinach!