Blog Archives for category Filipino Meat Recipes


Chicken Escabeche

“Sometimes the best thing to do is not to do it.” I’m not really good at giving advice and mind… Continue reading »


Pinoy Sarciado

When I was a foreign student in distant past ,  my foreign classmates were always curious to know about my… Continue reading »


Beef Mami Noodle Soup

“When time gets rough, always  have noodles.” One of the fondest memories I have of my dad when I was… Continue reading »


Vigan Longanisa Bolognese

  When Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise announced their divorce I wasn’t really heartbroken.  I was never a great fan… Continue reading »


Spicy Sinigang (Tamarind Broth)

  **”May asim ka pa ba?” (Do you still have the peps?) Debating is healthy in maintaining balance in any… Continue reading »


Kuneho sa Beer (Rabbit Stew in San Miguel Beer)

One of my favorite children stories growing up was the story of “the hare and the turtle”.  I enjoy this… Continue reading »


Sinigang na Santol (Santol Soup)

Sinigang na Santol or Santol Soup is not really the traditional way of cooking this Filipino comforting dish.  But when… Continue reading »

Sinigang Recipes

If Tom Yum is for Thailand , Sinigang is for Philippines. And If there is one comfort food all Filipinos… Continue reading »


Pork and Guava Soup (Sinigang na Baboy sa Bayabas)

  There are so many food that give us comfort. But when rainy season comes in Manila this is one… Continue reading »


Pork and Tofu Tausi

Filipinos are known  for having close family ties.  In our family for example to keep our bond alive : we… Continue reading »


Tocino (Filipino Pork Pineapple Bacon)

Filipinos love starting their day with a heavy meal in contrast to most europeans who take a rather light breakfast… Continue reading »


Dinuguan (Pork Blood Stew)

  My daughter just turned five years old few days ago and  I can’t believed my eyes how time flew… Continue reading »


Pork Dumplings & Pot Stickers

One of the most interesting discovery my friend and I did a year ago was exploring Manila’s Chinatown on foot… Continue reading »


Bicol Express

Wanna ride a Bicol Express? When we speak about spicy Asian foods people would normally think of Thai, Indian or… Continue reading »


Filipino Lumpia

What’s your favorite lumpia? This is indeed another Fiipino comfort food, a childhood favorite of mine .  Who couldn’t resist… Continue reading »


Chicken Inasal (Grilled Chicken Bacolod Style)

I’m a self-confessed travel junkie.  And what i love the most about travelling is meeting extraordinary people, watching beautiful sceneries… Continue reading »


Lechon Kawali

Filipino food are always said to be high in calories.  And everytime I think of these sinful dishes I always… Continue reading »

Bread Cordon Bleu

Submitted by Nez Rodriguez. Ingredients: * Some slices of bread (depending on how many you want to serve)in this case… Continue reading »



One of the special delicacies Filipinos  love is empanada. It is a popular bread dish in most Latin countries like… Continue reading »

Roast Pork

Roast Pork

This is one of the recipe I always do when I have guests at home.  Requires small time preparation but… Continue reading »



Chinese influence in Filipino cooking is evident considering the popularity of noodle dishes, dimsums and dumplings.  Siomai is one of … Continue reading »



Sisig is actually a Kapampangan delicacy that’s popularity spread out all over Philippines.  In Kapampangan the term sisig actually means… Continue reading »


Asado Recipe

Asado is actually a spanish term cut meats which are cooked in open grill. In Philippines on the other hand,… Continue reading »

Chicken Binakol

Ingredients: 3 cloves of garlic pounded 1 thumbsized ginger pounded 1 onion chopped 4 stalks of lemongrass (tanglad) white part… Continue reading »

Chicken Kinasal of Judy Ann Santos

In the television series entitled Ysabella where Judy Ann Santos played the lead character as a cook who inherited a… Continue reading »


Beef Salpicao of Claudine Barretto

Im not really a big fan of Claudine Barretto but I’m a big fan of beef salpicao!  This is one… Continue reading »

Adobong Ilonggo of Claudine Barretto

Claudine’s Adobong Ilonggo Ingredients: ½ kg chicken ½ kg pork liempo 1 tsp garlic, crushed 2 slices ginger, crushed 1… Continue reading »

Lechon with Apple Sauce

Lechon is undoubtedly a Filipino favorite dish for any special occasion. This recipe is a good alternative for the traditional… Continue reading »


Bulalong Batangas

Batangas is definitely one of the places to visit not far from Manila. Not only they boasts of their beautiful… Continue reading »

Beef Sinigang

Another delectable and easy soup dish to make perfect for Sunday lunches. Ingredients: 1 kilo of beef (you can use… Continue reading »

Adobo Flakes Pandesal

A great way to make use of your adobo left overs. Ingredients: Chicken or pork adobo left over 4 cups… Continue reading »

Corned Beef Pandesal

A savory and delicious snack for everybody.  You can also replace corned beef with adobo flakes. Ingredients: 1 can of… Continue reading »


Pork Adobo

Various ways and styles fofcooking this filipino dish exist. This is but one of them. This is a bit sweet… Continue reading »

Pork Adobo Ilocano style

Another filipino all time favorite. Historians claim it’s a spanish inspired dish, whatever they say this is definitely my favorite… Continue reading »

Beef Morcon

Ingredients: 1 kilo of beef (tell your butcher if possible it’s for making morcon) slice it thinly about 1 cm… Continue reading »

Pork Pochero

Ingredients: 1 kilo of pork cut in serving pieces 1 can of tomato sauce 1 teaspoon of tomato paste half… Continue reading »


Nilagang Baka

Nilaga or Boiled is one of my favorite Sunday dishes my mom regularly cooks.  Sunday is usually considered a special… Continue reading »


Sarsa ng lechon

Ingredients: half a kilo of chicken liver pounded one onion sliced 3 cloves of garlic pounded 3 tablespoons of soy… Continue reading »


Lechon Kawali

Ingredients: 1 to 2 kilos of pork (you can choose the shoulder or the leg part) 2 tablespoons of rock… Continue reading »

Chicken Kare-kare

This recipe is faster than the traditional Kare-kare dish but will give you the same savour. Ingredients: 1 kilo of… Continue reading »



Kare-kare is one of my favorite feast dishes that we prepare in the Philippines.  It is basically a stew of… Continue reading »


Pork Afritada

Resisting to tempation. There are three things I inherited from my dad: his hot-temperedness, his love for corny jokes and… Continue reading »


Chicken Afritada

Ingredients: 3/4 kilo of chicken cut in serving portions 1 can of tomato sauce 1 onion 3 cloves of garlic… Continue reading »

Pork Embutido

Ingredients: 1 kilo of ground pork 5 pieces of pork sausages chopped 2 pieces of carrots chopped 2 pieces of… Continue reading »

Crispy Pata

Ingredients: 1 Pata (you could use front or hind leg of a pig including the knuckles) 1 can of lemon… Continue reading »

Sweet and Sour Pork

Ingredients: 1 kilo of pork loin slice them bite size pieces 1 egg half a cup of flour some cooking… Continue reading »


Tokwa’t Baboy

I still remember my last week’s conversation with a foreign friend while dining in a restaurant: “that I consider Filipinos… Continue reading »

Pork Sinigang

Ingredients: 1 kilo of pork cut in chunks (preferably with meat, fatty matters and some bones) 1 big onion quartered… Continue reading »

Chicken Liver Adobo

Eating livers and innards is an aqcuired taste. Although many might feel disgusted at a sight of it, but its… Continue reading »

Adobo Beef Shawarma

Shawarma is one of the sandwiches that was popular during the 80′s. By adding the touch of adobo on this… Continue reading »

Porc Sarciado

This is one of my favorite filipino pork recipes. My mom loves to cook this during tomato season, when tomatoes… Continue reading »


Chicken Menudo

I know that we are all die hard fans of Pork Menudo. No parties will ever be complete without menudo… Continue reading »


Lechon Manok

Lechon Manok was one the big hits of the 80′s that stayed longer than his street counterparts , Shawarma. a… Continue reading »

Chicken Pork Adobo

Adobo is Filipino’s all-time favorite dish. A classic one inherited from our great colonizers the Spaniards but definitely filipinized to… Continue reading »


Chicken Curry

Curry is a delicious dish that’s very international. Although India has popularized it, almost each nation have their own version… Continue reading »


Chicken Tinola

Jose Rizal wrote on his famous novel Noli me Tangere, that chicken tinola is Padre Damaso’s favorite dish. I wouldn’t… Continue reading »

Pork Barbeque

My friends swear that our neighbor’s Pork BBQ recipe is the best they ever tasted. PORK BARBEQUE 1kilo of pork… Continue reading »

lumpia shanghai

Lumpiang Shanghai

One popular appetizer among filipinos is Lumpia Shanghai (friend Pinoy springroll).  No festivities is complet without these crispy golden brown… Continue reading »

Chicken Pineapple

That delicious blend of pineapple sweetness and sourness in a creamy chicken dish, a taste you will surely love! Ingredients:… Continue reading »

Bistek Tagalog

What makes this dish special is the beautiful blending of kalamansi and soysauce. Ingredients: 1 kilo of beef (any part… Continue reading »


Chicken Adobo

For Pinoy foodies die-hard fans, nothing beats a good chicken adobo! Ingredients: one whole chicken cut into serving pieces one… Continue reading »



  One of the craziest moment I had growing up, was when mom comes from a visit to Samar from… Continue reading »


Beef Caldereta

I must admit that after its publication way back in 2008 I made a lot of research on how to… Continue reading »