The Paleo Recipe Book
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Bistek - Beef Steak Recipe Filipino Beef steak, or commonly known in Tagalog as "bistek", is a thin slice of beef marinated in soy sauce and calamansi. It is the Filipino version of beef steak.
Chicken Adobo Recipe Chicken adobo is known as the national dish of the Philippines. In this page, you will learn how to cook Chicken Adobo: the Filipino style.
Empanada Recipe This is the recipe for Filipino empanada. Empanadas in the Philippines usually contain ground beef, pork, or chicken, potatoes, chopped onions, and raisins.
Pininyahang Manok Recipe Pininyahang manok literally means 'Pineappled Chicken'. It is made with chicken marinated in pineapple juice and cooked together with several vegetables such as tomatoes, bell peppers, and carrots. There are several variations of Pininyahang Manok. One main difference is the use of fresh milk rather than coconut milk (also known as gata). Whichever ingredient you choose, you will surely love the taste of Pininyahang Manok
Pork Picadillo Recipe This is a Carinderia classic that I love to have regularly when I used to live in the Philippines, however I can't remember what it was called but my aunt had a version which she called Picadillo.
Pork Pinakbet Recipe I find that the squash sauce of this Pinakbet really makes it so appetizing. The disintegrated squash also helps thicken the sauce.
Pork Sinigang Recipe Characterized by its sour taste and savory flavor, Pork Sinigang or commonly known in Filipino as sinigang na baboy, is one of the most convenient Filipino recipes of all time. It is considered as one of the most popular viands in the Philippines. Although several ingredients can be used in sinigang, this specific soup dish uses pork as the main ingredient. Bony meats are preferred for this dish. As far as souring agents, several ingredients can be used. The most common souring ingredients used is tamarind. Other fruits such as guava, kamyas, balimbing are also used as souring agents. Of course, that all depends on the availability of these ingredients in your area. For this specific pork sinigang, I used the tamarind seasoning mix by Mama Sita’s. Enjoy the sinigang recipe.

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