Turon, Saba Banana Fritters

Turon, Saba Banana Fritters

Turon is a versatile snack that can be enjoyed on its own or paired with other desserts. Some people like drizzling caramel or chocolate sauce over the fried rolls to enhance the sweetness, while others prefer to sprinkle cinnamon. Some even add a scoop of vanilla ice...
Filipino Macaroni Salad with Raisins

Filipino Macaroni Salad with Raisins

Each person has their own unique twist on a recipe, incorporating preferred ingredients and preparation methods that set their dish apart from others. That’s how we determine whose version of a dish is better than the others. Cathy, Janis and Millie all have...
Pritong Daing at Pusit

Pritong Daing at Pusit

A favorite Filipino breakfast meal that is commonly served on every Filipino breakfast table is Daing, which basically means sun-dried fish. It can be made from various types of fish such as Bangus or Milkfish, Galunggong or Mackerel, Squid Calamari or Herring, which...
Homemade Halo-Halo Special

Homemade Halo-Halo Special

Halo-Halo, also spelled as Halu-halu, is a popular Filipino dessert that is often sold as street food. The name means “mixed” in English, and the dish consists of finely shaved ice, evaporated or sweetened condensed milk, and a variety of tropical fruits...
Sautéed Shrimp Paste as Mango Dip

Sautéed Shrimp Paste as Mango Dip

Having sautéed Shrimp Paste dip or Ginisang Bagoong Alamang Sawsawan for sliced, unripe or mid-ripe mangoes is a delicacy that has been a Filipino tradition for centuries. This combination is considered a street food, sold in every Filipino town, during the mango...