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Longanisa: Filipino pork sausage. A breakfast favourite with rice and fried egg! I LOVE IT!

All Things Asian Event Post: 04.12.2012 – Filipino Food – Main Meals

Filipino-American Breakfast This Morning! My Very Pinoy (Pilipino/Filipino) Tosilog (Fried Rice, Fried Eggs & Tocino), Longanisa  (c) to owner

Filipino-American Breakfast This Morning! My Very Pinoy (Pilipino/Filipino) Tosilog (Fried Rice, Fried Eggs & Tocino), Longanisa (c) to owner

Kutsinta or Cuchinta | Pinoy Recipes | Free Filipino Food Recipes

Kutsinta will forever have special place in my heart. It was the first product that inspired my mom's Sally's Bake Shop in She had seen mothers buying kutsinta after a movie.

Everyone knows how much I love Filipino food. I especially adore sisig. New Year's Eve is the perfect time to impress your friends with one of the world's truly classic dishes.

Pork Belly Sisig

Pork Belly Sisig Recipe on Food & Wine-- Filipino food! Andrew Zimmern Recipe, the Philippines

Mely's kitchen: Special Binagoongang Talong

The price of the eggplants at the market today is very cheap that's why I bought a lot and decided to make some for eggplant binagoongan.

Kamoteque - caramelized sweet potatos

A popular street food in the Philippines, my favorite afternoon snack. Ingredients: 2 lbs sweet potato 3 cups brown sugar 1 tablespoon s.

Pinakbet with Lechon Kawali

Pinakbet with Lechon Kawali

Pinakbet with Lechon Kawali is a good way to modify pakbet and give it more texture. This involves combining ingredients for pinakbet with lechon kawali.

Filipino lechon kawali is one of the great pork dishes of the world, and the only hard thing about making it is waiting for the boiled pork belly to air-dry in the fridge overnight before being fried until intensely crisp and crunchy on the outside and meltingly tender within.

Lechon Kawali (Filipino Crispy Fried Pork Belly)

Crispy Pork Binagoongan

Cripsy Pork Binagoongan-This dish is a simple Filipino dish made out of crispy pork pieces dressed with bagoong sauce, a good dish paired with garlic fried rice.

Daring Bakers November Challenge – Filipino Desserts | Heaven on a Spoon

Daring Bakers November Challenge – Filipino Desserts

Catherine of Munchie Musings was our November Daring Bakers’ host and she challenged us to make a traditional Filipino dessert – the delicious Sans Rival cake! And for those of us who wanted to try…

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