Lasagna pinoy, or Filipino lasagna, is a sweet and cheesy white sauce-based casserole dish commonly served for lunch or dinner. In contrast to the well-known Italian variety, lasagna pinoy uses diced hot dog within the meat mixture and large amounts of cheddar cheese. The type of cheddar cheese you select will affect the flavor of the lasagna pinoy, and sharp cheddar provides the strongest flavor.
The dish is referred to as Filipino Spaghetti to differentiate it from the traditional Italian Spaghetti. Filipino Spaghetti recipe has ground meat sauce instead of meatballs, sometimes come with slices of hotdogs or beef franks, and a little on the sweet side and not as tart as the Italian Spaghetti.
Pancit or stir-fried noodles is one of the most popular dish in the Philippines. The way it is made and the ingredients used will depend on which area you are in. One of our featured dishes is a very popular one in the Central Visayas Region of the Philippines. Bam-i uses two types of noodles, the “Sotanghon” or Rice Vermicelli and the “Pancit Canton”. Most of the ingredients used are similar to other pancit style except for the dried squid.
Dried Mangoes is considered as the best nutritious and convenient snack around the world. Very convenient, that made Cebu City more popular because of distributing the finiest dried mangoes around the globe.Not just Cebu City, Japan and Italy are also selling well. The food that made a mark in Southeast Asia.
Fish balls are popular street food in the Philippines. Fish balls are a common food in southern China and overseas Chinese communities made from surimi. They are also common in Scandinavia, where they are usually made from cod or haddock
Polvoron is very popular in the Philippines, it is made of flour, sugar butter and powdered milk. You can find it in the Sari-sari store and even in the shopping malls, one big bakeshop that sells it is Goldilocks. Polvoron is very easy to cook all you have to do is toast the flour, add some milk and butter then all the ingredients are mixed and shaped into round or oval-shaped molds.
Siopao means “steamed buns”. It has also been incorporated into Thai cuisine where it is called salapao. A popular food item in the Philippines and Thailand, siopao and salapao do not require utensils to eat and can be consumed on-the-go. There are different varieties based on stuffing: Asado or bola-bola (which may use pork, chicken, beef, shrimp or salted duck eggs).