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Sisig is probably the most famous Kapampangan dish ever! Get this easy Sisig recipe from grilled pork belly! Crunchy and spicy just the way it should be.

Sisig is probably the most famous Kapampangan dish ever! Get this easy Sisig recipe from grilled pork belly! Crunchy and spicy just the way it should be.

This Ensaladang Talong Recipe or Eggplant Salad is made with three ingredients: eggplant, onion and tomatoes, a perfect and healthy recipe for everyone.

Ensaladang Talong Recipe (Eggplant Salad)

This Ensaladang Talong Recipe or Eggplant Salad is made with three ingredients: eggplant, onion and tomatoes, a perfect and healthy recipe for everyone.

Filipino Humba - this looks absolutely delicious!  Definitely whipping this one up sometime soon.

Filipino Humba

Filipino Humba - this looks absolutely delicious! Definitely whipping this one up sometime soon.

Recipe For Filipino Beef Empanadas: will totally fill with vegetarian substitutes!

Filipino Beef Empanadas

Sinigang na Baboy (a.k.a. Filipino Sour Tamarind Soup with Pork)

Sinigang na Baboy (a.k.a. Filipino Sour Tamarind Soup with Pork

Do you love to eat noodles? Bicol's Pancit Bato is one of the most delicious Bicolano dishes. Pancit Bato is made only in Bicol specifically in...

Do you love to eat noodles? Bicol's Pancit Bato is one of the most delicious Bicolano dishes. Pancit Bato is made only in Bicol specifically in...

This recipe started with just an idea, but became something greater - a grand prize winner and a pasta bar for Sharlene Tan.

This recipe started with just an idea, but became something greater - a grand prize winner and a pasta bar for Sharlene Tan.

Pork Sinigang is a Filipino comfort food.  Its a very unique flavor made using tamarind. There are many variations...i just use pork and mustard greens because that's how my grandma always made it :)  Incredibly easy to prepare!

Pork Sinigang is a Filipino comfort food. Its a very unique flavor made using tamarind. There are many variations...i just use pork and mustard greens because that's how my grandma always made it :) Incredibly easy to prepare!

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