This soft, spongey, sweet, chiffon cake, also known as Taisan, is baked in a loaf pan and brushed with butter when it comes out of the oven. It’s perfect with a cup of coffee and often served with grated cheese on top in the Philippines.
This Filipino roll cake, Pianono, is a simple, but oh so delicious, pastry filled with butter and sugar.
Sinigang is a Filipino sour soup dish prepared with tamarind then with meats like pork, beef, chicken, fish and prawns, they also prepared with different vegetables like kangkong, taro, radish, string beans, okra, green chillies, tomatoes and eggplant.
Crispy, fried dough twists are coated with glaze and are so simple, but perfect with a cup of tea or coffee.
Also known as yellow adobo, this adobong dilaw chicken is a favorite dish of the Philippines that is so easy to make and delicious to dig into.
Try a savory and easy Filipino favorite. Chicken legs stewed until tender in soy sauce, vinegar and garlic that is grilled or broiled to crispy perfection.
A pork adobo without the typical soy sauce, but with a delicious sour and salted flavor.
Tender falling-apart Chicken Adobo in a tangy, vinegary garlic sauce and served over rice. The quintessential dish of the Philippines.