There's more to Filipino food than adobo. Browse our collection of Filipino recipes and you will find recipes for adobo, lumpia, asado, curries, and much, much more!
This is the Filipino version of spring rolls.
This is a very cool and satisfying salad, terrific for picnics or any outdoor fun. Singkamas is also called bangkwang or jicama.
This is a very tasty and easy-to-make Filipino chicken dish made with soy sauce, garlic and vinegar. I can just as easily double or triple the chicken in this recipe to serve guests at a party. Serve over rice with just a little of the sauce (not too much).
This is a variation of a recipe my mother taught me after I got married and wanted to make Filipino food for my husband.
A Philippine favorite. Sprinkle with grated cheese on top, and enjoy hot or cold. Note: this recipe involves baking the little cakes with the muffin tin standing in a tray of hot water - so not suitable to try with kids.
This mouth-watering dessert is usually prepared for special occasions.
Crispy and delicious dinner rolls from the Philippines.
This cassava and buko cake with coconut milk offers a unique dessert to tempt any palate.
This is my favorite snack of all times. It’s a little bit time consuming to make, but if a lot are made at one time, they freeze well, and can be deep-fried for a quick snack or appetizer while frozen.
This is a popular Filipino dessert. My whole family goes crazy for ube ice cream, but the store-bought kind contains preservatives and food coloring. It's very easy to make ube ice cream at home and it tastes better than the ones at the store. I used homemade ube halaya and condensed milk, but they're readily available at the market.