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Adobong Sitaw

Adobong Sitaw is a vegetable dish composed of string beans cooked adobo style.

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Adobong Sitaw with Tofu

Adobong Sitaw with Tofu is another version of Adobong Sitaw, this time it is cooked with fried extra firm tofu. Adobong Sitaw is a Filipino vegetable dish

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Chicken Tinola Soup is a type of Filipino chicken soup wherein chicken slices are cooked in ginger broth until tender, while slices of green papaya (or chayote) and malunggay leaves are added towards the end. This clear soup dish is perfect during rainy days and cold weather because the ginger broth and chicken can provide a comforting effect and it can also help keep you warm and cozy.

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Ukoy (Shrimp and Vegetable Fritters)

Ukoy is a popular Filipino fried shrimp and vegetable fritter dish. Shrimp, bean sprouts, tofu and green onions are added to this particular recipe.

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Sauteed Bok Choy with Shrimp

Sauteed Bok Choy with Shrimp is a simple recipe that involves baby bok choy. This vegetable is somewhat similar to a vegetable known as pechay in the Philippines – thus this dish can be considered as a variation of ginisang pechay.

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Ginisang Upo

Ginisang Upo is bottle gourd sautéed in garlic, onions, and tomatoes. This Ginisang Upo recipe also makes use of ground pork for additional flavor and texture. This Ginisang Upo Recipe is a simple Filipino vegetable dish that can be considered as an everyday food. Aside from ground meat, fish and other seafood can also be added when cooking

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How To Make Filipino Lumpia

CRAVING LUMPIA? THIS LUMPIA RECIPE INCLUDES STEP BY STEP PHOTOS ON THE BLOG. This filipino lumpia is crunchy, delicious, and easy to make. This lumpia is delicious (masarap). Click through to make this favorite filipino dish. Click here for this recipe or

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Filipino Lumpia | "These were great. My husband grew up in the Philippines and was craving lumpia. The only change I made was sesame oil instead of vegetable oil. The sesame oil really makes a big difference."

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How to Cook Vegetable Okoy

Vegetable Okoy | Filipino Vegetarian Recipes

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Bicol Ginataang Laing Recipe - Taro Leaves in Coconut Milk

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