Recipe Category: Lunch/Dinner

Ginataang Gulay Recipe | Filipino Vegetable Curry

A more vegetarian option to make for lunch and dinner. Ginataang Gulay is an easy recipe you can make at home.

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Easy-to-cook Bistek Tagalog Recipe

The secret in making a delicious bistek is the marinade. Click here to reveal on how to make this one from scratch.

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“Beaten” Chicken Stew | Pinikpikan Recipe

Have you tried cooking a traditional Filipino dish? In this Maputing Cooking recipe, you’ll learn how to make Pinikpikan- a Cordillera traditional chicken dish. Try this one out.

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Filipino Beef Curry: Kare-Kare Recipe

If you’re putting Kare-Kare mix in making this dish, you’re probably doing it wrong! Check out this recipe to know how to make the REAL Filipino Kare-Kare.

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Adobong Kangkong Recipe by Chris Urbano

Vegetarian style adobo? Adobong Kangkong is for you! A healthy Filipino veggie dish perfect for lunch/dinner.

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Chop Suey with Quail Eggs & Squid Balls

It was once believed that the dish Chop Suey originated in America, made by the early Chinese Immigrants there. It came from the word “Tsap Seui” meaning Miscellaneous Leftovers. But some suggested that it is named chop suey because it’s “Chopped Sewage.”

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Ukoy Recipe | Filipino Shrimp Fritters by Chris Urbano

Okoy originated in Laguna, Philippines. It is similar to a savory pancake with shrimps and vegetables. Some also add sprouts and tofu for a healthier take on the traditional Okoy.

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Classic Pinoy Pork Barbecue

Pork Barbecue is a favorite food-on-a-stick of Pinoys regularly seen on festive occasions like Birthday Parties, Fiestas or just even on the side streets and “Turo-Turo.”

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Beef Salpicao

Beef Salpicao Recipe | Filipino Cooking with Chris Urbano

This Beef Salpicao recipe is a quick stir-fry dish that can also double as pulutan aside from being the main dish. Learn how to cook quick, easy, and delicious Salpicao with Maputing Cooking!

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Homemade Tocino (Tosilog) | Filipino Breakfast

Here in the Philipines, Tocino is the typical sweetened, cured, red meat often served for breakfast. “Tosilog” (Tocino, Sinangag and Itlog) is a popular combo found everywhere

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