Filipino Food Recipes

We enjoy the variety, texture and the intricacies of the multilevel influence in Pinoy cuisine, thus making it easier for us to understand what makes us eat what we eat, and savor the food for our Pinoy soul. Indeed, there's more to LINAMNAM of Pinoy food.

Sisig Na Sisig
Sisig Na Sisig

Sizzling Sisig Sisig was one of the first Kapampangan words explained to Spanish missionaries by the Augustinian priest, Fray Alvaro de Benavente. He published it in his book, "Arte de Lengua Pampanga" in 1699. He referred to "sisig" as a manner of preparing food as in "guisar con vinagre, v.t. ensalada" or simply, to cook with vinegar, or make...

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Biscocho Pasuquin
Biscocho Pasuquin

There are two types of biscocho in Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte. When buying, you have to specify whether you want the "hard biscocho" (which is redundant), or the "soft biscocho" (which is a contradiction in terms). But whatever the case may be, both provide distinct victual delights. Unlike most biscocho which are made from leftover bread, Pasuquin...

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Anak Ng Tinapa
Anak Ng Tinapa

Pagtitinapa is one of the major seafood industries in the Philippines especially in the Province of Bataan. They have perfected the art and craft of tinapa as a way of prolonging the self-life as well as enhancing the flavor by smoking the various kinds of fish they catch along their provincial shoreline. Being a peninsula, almost all towns of...

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Panecillos De San Nicolas
pampanga saniculas

Also known as putu saniculas or simply saniculas to the Kapampangan, is one of the heirloom recipes...