Camote Chips (Sweet Potato Chips) Recipe

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Thinly sliced sweet potatoes fried until crisp are a bright and fun take on potato chips. A bit sweet, and very orange, their flavor is perfected with just a sprinkle of Sugar or salt – or chili powder for those who like things spicy.

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Tortang Talong (Eggplant Omelet) Recipe

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Tortang Talong or Eggplant Omelette is a Filipino dish made out of eggs and eggplant. A very popular breakfast item served together with sinangag (garlic fried rice) and catsup, it’s easy to make and it’s cheap. There are two ways of making this simple meal one is boiling the eggplants and another one is grilling them. If you choose to grill don’t put out the barbecue or grilling pan as most of the Filipinos just cook it over stove top over open flame.

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Ginisang Ampalaya With Egg Recipe

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Ginisang Ampalaya or Ampalaya with Egg is another popular dish which is very easy to make, and can be eaten any time of the day with a full heaping of rice. Ampalaya, which is also known in English as bitter gourd, bitter squash or bitter melon, is the most bitter of all fruits. It’s no wonder that if you did not grow up eating ampalaya, you could not imagine eating this as part of your dish.

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Ginataang Mais Recipe

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This is a classic Filipino recipe which is usually served as an afternoon snack. It is made of cream style corn, whole corn kernels, sweet rice (also known as glutinous rice), and coconut milk. Sugar is added to sweeten it. It can be served either warm or cold. The coconut mil as well as the cream style corn gives it a creamy and rich flavor and texture.

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Ensaladang Talong (Eggplant Salad) Recipe

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This Filipino Eggplant salad takes quite a bit of preparation but it’s well worth the effort. It complements main dishes that are dry (like fried pork chops and daing na bangus) but it is also the companion side dish to the stew dish, puchero.

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Ginataang Puso ng Saging Recipe

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Puso ng Saging (Tagalog) literally means heart of banana, because it is red and it sort of heart-shaped. It’s actually the banana infloresence from where (probably) the banana fruit comes from. The bloom “puso” itself when sliced thinly crosswise is the main ingredient of “ginataang puso ng saging” (Tagalog) or “linabog” or “labog” (Aklanon). It is nothing but the puso cooked in coconut milk.

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Ginataang Puso ng Saging (Banana Blossom in Coconut Cream) RECIPE AND VIDEO

Atchara or Achara (Pickled Papaya) Recipe

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Atchara is a famous Filipino recipe dish or cuisine. Atchara is made or cooked from pickled papaya. This dish is often served as a side dish for fried or grilled foods such as dinaing na bangus, litson manok as well as pork barbecue. The primary ingredient is shredded green unripe papaya.

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