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Top Rated Filipino Recipes

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jennet
This dish is a traditional filipino food serve when there's a party or holiday occasions.
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deedeec
This is a dish I learned to make from my Ex-MIL. About the only good thing I got from that relationship was learning to cook Filipino food.
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SassyMom3
This one of my dear mother's dish recipes. She had some really good ones and this was one of my favorites. I love filipino foods. It's the traditional recipe for the Filipino Adobo, while the recipe calls for chicken, an equal amount of pork or combination of the two works perfectly.
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Pumpkin Pie's Mommy
I got this recipe from my mother when I moved out of the house, because I wanted to make filipino food that she used to cook for us so that I can cook them for my family and keep passing down the recipes. This is one of my favorites! My family absolutely loves it. Its definitely worth all the work done to make this dish.
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RoseLynn
My mom is from the Philippines so I grew up eating Filipino food. She makes Adobo by memory and has no specific measurements, so this is the closest I could get to creating her recipe. Of course, every family has their own variation to this classic Filipino dish. My mom adds brown sugar to offset the saltiness from the soy sauce. Any type of meat can be used, but chicken has always been my favorite.
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cali_love
A much sweeter version of spaghetti. This is how I like to make mine. Sometimes I add sliced mushrooms and bell peppers, too. Note: In response to a question about the recipe; Filipino food does tend to be on the heavier side, but in an attempt to lighten this dish, you can omit the sugar, or use a sugar substitute, but the banana ketchup is necessary to sweeten the sauce. You can also use ground turkey instead of ground beef, for less fat.
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Lovely Claire
Usually described as pickled or fermented cabbage; it makes use of the kind of cabbage we call "wombok" in the Philippines, or some call it Chinese pechay. In Baguio City, where I've lived for several years, "kimchi" has been a zesty & nutritious side dish to mostly fried Filipino food in the summer capital (i.e Baguio City) ... where the weather is cool, & it's spicy quality can be best enjoyed. It is also in Baguio City that many Koreans choose to live & study college. This recipe is taken from the Pyongyang Metro(http://kimchi.pyongyang-metro.com/.
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