Recipe Category: Pork

Giniling na Baboy at Sitaw

Fast and easy to make dish for you and your family! See the full recipe here.

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Famous Main Stay: Menudo

Menudo is more delicious if you cook it from scratch. Try it out at home and pair it with wine!

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Filipino Spring Rolls: Lumpiang Shanghai Recipe

Lumpiang Shanghai is one of the common fiesta food here in the Philippines. Learn how to make it from scratch with a little twist for a more flavorful spring rolls. Click here for the full recipe.

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“Dynamite” – Filipino TEXMEX style Spring Rolls

Maputing cooking’s take on one of the most favorite “pulutan” of all time. Try our Dynamite Recipe today.

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“Killer” Bicol Express Recipe

How Spicy can this Bicol Express get? Make your own “killer” Bicol Express using this recipe.

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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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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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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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Traditional Pork Sinigang sa Sampaloc by Chris Urbano

Sinigang is a world class recipe waiting to be discovered globally!

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Pork Humba Special with Pineapple

Just like Adobo, Humba was made due to the need for the meat to last longer. Humba lasts for several days without spoiling due to the vinegar present and especially if it is immersed in oil.

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