Thursday, May 22, 2008

Filipino Food Recipe

Vegetarian Dishes & Salads


What to Need?:

1 Shredded green papaya

2 Sliced onions

2Julienned carrots

1 Sliced red pepper (sweet)

3 cups Cider vinegar

¼ cup Sugar

1 tsp Salt

1 tsp Freshly ground pepper

What to Do? -Shred the papaya using a hand grater, boil in vinegar, add other What to Need? and simmer for 25 minutes.

Servings: 4

Sawsawang Kamatis

What to Need?:

¾ lbs Ripened red tomatoes

2 tbps Grated fresh ginger

1 Sliced scallion

2 tbsps Chopped peeled mango

¼ tsp Salt

½ Fresh ground pepper

What to Do?-Slice the tomatoes and place them in a line on a large platter. Spread ginger, mango and scallion, and salt and pepper evenly over the tomato slices.

Banana & Peanut salad

What to Need?

8 Ripe Bananas

6 tbsps Chopped peanuts

Mayonnaise (as needed)

1 Iceberg Lettuce

What to Do?-Chop up the bananas, add nuts and mix in with mayonnaise, serve on lettuce leaves.


What to Need?:

1 lbs Ampalaya (bitter melon)

¼ lbs Cooked shrimp

1 Sliced onion

2 Sliced tomatoes

1 Sliced seedless cucumber

3 tbsp Olive oil

1 cup Raisins

½ tsp Sugar

1 tbsp Sea salt (for onion)

1 tbsp Distilled white vinegar

What to Do? -Slice the melon in half, remove the pith and seeds, then dice the melon. sprinkle with salt, and squeeze out the bitterness, followed by a thorough rinsing. Place the melon in a large salad bowl, add the shrimp and onions, mix the vinegar, sugar, salt & pepper, and olive oil into a separate small container to make the vinaigrette, then blend it in with the other What to Need? in the bowl. Serve chilled with tomato and cucumber slices.

Ginataang Talong

2 Talong

1 Minced onion

1 cup Coconut cream

2 tbsp Vegetable oil

4 tsp Salt

12 tsp Freshly ground black pepper

What to Do?-Roast whole eggplants in oven, then peel and chop them into small cubes. Mince the onion, then fry in oil in a medium saucepan, or deep skillet, until they become translucent, then drop in your diced eggplant. Stir fry, adding the salt and pepper, then set aside and cover with coconut cream, let sit for 10 minutes, then serve.

Misuya At Sayote

What to Need?:

2 bunches Misua

½ Sliced onion

3 cloves Minced garlic

2 tbsps Chopped ginger

3 cups Vegetable soup stock

2 Sayote

2 tbsp Peanut oil

1 tsp Salt

1 tsp Fresh ground black pepper

What to Do?-Saute your garlic in oil, add onion and ginger, fry until onions are translucent, then add your vegetable soup stock. Add salt and freshly ground pepper, bring to a boil, then drop in the sayote. Simmer until sayote is tender, add misua, and stir so that it will not stick. Let stand for about 3 minutes, then serve.

Adobong Gulay

What to Need?:

½ lb Talong

½ lb Potatoes

1 Chopped onion

2 cloves Minced garlic

Vegetable oil (as needed)

Peppercorn (as needed)

2 Bay leaves

Soy sauce (as needed)

½ tsp Sugar

1 tsp Freshly ground pepper

What to Do?Heat the oil in a large skillet, add peppercorn and bay leaves. Add garlic and saute until brown, add the onion, then add sugar, freshly ground pepper vinegar and soy sauce. Stir, cover and let simmer for 40 minutes. You may want to add a little water if too much evaporate during cooking.


Leche Flan

What to Need?:

8 Egg yolks

2 cups Milk

1 cup Sugar

Caramelized Sugar

What to Need?:

1 cup Sugar

¼ cup Water

What to Do?-Mix ingredients a saucepan, cook and stir until the sugar turns brown.


  1. sarap naman dito daming food pwede pa tikim naman (^_^)

  2. hehehe... salamat sa pagbisita aice:D