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Filipino Finger Food Recipes

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Halo Halo Flan

Halo Halo Flan

This halo halo flan recipe combines two favorite Filipino desserts: leche flan (caramel custard) and halo-halo (sweet fruits with shaved ice and milk).

Sinampalukang Manok

Sinampalukang Manok is a sour soup dish made out of chicken, vegetables, tamarind and tamarind leaves, nearly similar to original sinigang except for the use of chicken and tamarind leaves.

Beef Caldereta

This is a traditional beef stew, usually served on fiestas and other special occasions. Time to grab your big fiesta spoon.

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Fresh and dried cranberries cook with cranberry juice and orange flavors for a bright, jewel-like cranberry sauce they'll all be talking about. Serve it in a beautiful glass dish or compote.

Fruits And Vegetables, Pattis Triple Cranberry Sauce, Fresh And Dried Cranberries Cook With Cranberry Juice And Orange Flavors For A Bright, Jewel-Like Cranberry Sauce They'Ll All Be Talking About. Serve It In A Beautiful Glass Dish Or Compote.

Pinakbet: true blue Filipino home food with okra, squash, string beans, bitter melon, shrimp or pork

Pinakbet or pakbet is a popular vegetable dish in the Philippines which originated in Ilocos Region, the word pinakbet is derived from the Ilocano word pinakebbet, meaning “shrunk” or “shrivelled”. It is cooked with.

shellfish and potatoes a la mariniere

Shellfish and Potatoes à la Marinière

Shellfish and Potatoes à la Marinière White wine and briny shellfish juices marry in the pot, then are puréed with parsley to create a light sauce so flavorful, it needs only a touch of butter.