Meat Recipes

Adobo Pork (Adobong Baboy) Filipino Recipe

Philippine Adobo is an indigenous Philippine cuisine. The origins of Philippine Adobo dates back centuries before the Spaniards arrived in the Philippines. Way back during China’s Song Dynasty (960 - 1279), Chinese merchants already had a harmonious trading relations with the natives of the...

Afritada Pork Filipino Recipe

Filipino Pork Afritada is a recipe cooked in tomato sauce with vegetables and other condiments Pork Afritada Ingredients 2 lbs pork belly (liempo); cut into cubes about 1"x1" 1 carrot; sliced in 1" thick 1 potato; quartered 1 bell pepper; sliced 3 bay leaves 1 onion; chopped 6 cloves garlic; minced...

Bagnet Recipe

Bagnet is the Ilocano version of Lechon Kawali, also known as Filipino-Ilocano Chicharon Baboy. It is a deep fried pork's meat, usually from large chunks of pork leimpo, belly or pork sides. The pork is first boiled and then deep fried in hot cooking oil. When cooking this sinful yummy dish, be...

Barbecue Pork Filipino Recipe

Filipino Pork Barbecue is a delicious grilled marinated pork skewed in little bamboo skewers. Unlike those of Pork Barbecue prepared in other countries where the meat is first dry rub with seasonings before grilling, the meat of Filipino Barbecue is first soak in marinade for several hours before...

Beef Caldereta Filipino Recipe

Beef Caldereta, also called Kalderetang Baka, is a beef stew in tomato sauce and other spices. This dish is a variation of the original "Caldereta" or "Kaldereta" dish that uses goat as its meat ingredient. Too little is known about the history of this dish. Aside that the dish is Spanish by...

Beef Puchero Filipino Recipe

Puchero, sometimes called Pochero, is one of the favorite stew dishes of the Filipinos. The dish is believed to have started in Spain as a peasant dish where it is eaten for several days - first day will be eaten with rice, second day with pasta, and the leftovers will be recycled for another...

Bicol Express Recipe

Bicol Express is a popular Filipino dish in which the slices of pork meat is cooked with coconut milk, shrimp paste, and chili pepper. There's a belief that this dish was adapted from a Bicolano dish called "Gulay na may Lada", meaning 'vegetable with chili'. Their main difference is quite very...

Binagoongan Pork Recipe

Pork Binagoongan, also called Binagoogang Baboy, is pork stewed and sautéed in shrimp paste. It is one of the all-time favorite Filipino dishes. A perfect dish when served with fried eggplant, unripe mango, and steamed rice! The key ingredient of Pork Binagoongan is the shrimp paste (Bagoong...

Bistek Filipino Recipe (Bistek Tagalog)

If cuisines of other countries have their own versions of beef steaks, so is Philippines has its own version called Bistek Tagalog. Filipino Bistek Tagalog is made up of thin slices of beef cooked in soy sauce, garlic, salt, pepper, calamansi juice, and onion. American beef steaks like prime rib,...

Bopis Filipino Recipe

Bopis, also known as Kandingga, is an exotic and spicy dish made out of pig's lungs and heart. The lungs and heart are first boiled, then finely chopped and sautéed with minced onions, garlic, and chilies, sometimes with tomato. Depending on one's own preference, possible list of ingredients that...

Bulalo (Batangas Version)

lalo is a soup dish consisting of beef shanks and bone marrow. The original way of cooking this dish is to simply stew the beef shanks and bone marrow with added salt and pepper to season. Variations come into play when you use ingredients you may not have cooked before, such as adding oxtail and...

Crispy Pata

Crispy Pata is a deep-fried pork leg with crispy skin. It's one of the most popular Filipino dishes serve on special occasions. It is preapred using two main procedures. The first one is by boiling and the second is by deep frying. The challenge in cooking this dish is to make the inside meat...