A British tea time staple, this clotted cream is a decadent accompaniment to baking; unpasteurized cream is cooked and chilled for many days.
Yams are seasoned with a curry spice mix and simmered with tomatoes, beans, and kale for a light but comforting soup for cold fall evenings.
A mashed banana adds sweet fruity flavor to this cinnamon sugar-dusted coffee cake that is easy to make and also kosher for Passover.
This pie-style variation on Chilean empanadas is filled with beef, raisins, and black olives simmered in broth and wrapped in homemade crust.
This dense, gluten-free cassava cake made with coconut milk, sweetened condensed milk, and macapuno is an easy-to-make Filipino treat.
This authentic Filipino chicken pancit dish uses simple ingredients to impart tons of flavor, and it's super easy to prepare.
Curry paste and ginger bring layers of flavor to this vegetable-packed authentic Japanese dish that only uses one pot.
A layer of pandan leaf custard rests on top of an coconut milk-avocado pudding with a hint of coffee flavor in this silky smooth dessert!
Slap leftover Thanksgiving turkey, stuffing, cranberries, and sweet potatoes onto bread and you've got the genius Black Friday sandwich.
Lighter than a sundae, halo-halo is a Filipino dessert loaded with jackfruit, red beans, flan, evaporated milk, shaved ice, and ice cream.
Try this easy Filipino fish recipe for daing na bangus: milkfish is pickled with garlic and vinegar for at least 1 hour and then deep-fried.
Polvoron, or Filipino milk candies, start with a lemony, buttery powder mixture that's packed into individual candies using a polvoron mold.
Sinigang, a filling Filipino soup, gets its signature tang from tamarind, mingled with spareribs, taro, green beans, and vegetables galore.
Cold, rainy days call for this Filipino noodle soup full of prawns, spongy patola squash, and chewy misua noodles, with a hint of fish sauce.
No pancit molo (Filipino wonton soup) is complete without the perfect wrappers; the wrappers are rolled from scratch with just 4 ingredients.
Pancit luglug, a beloved Filipino noodle dish, is topped with annatto-seasoned shrimp and a sauce of ground pork and cream of chicken soup.
Filipino bangus, or milkfish, simmers in a tangy, sour broth with eggplant, ginger, green chiles, and bitter melon to create this fish stew.
A dinner party centerpiece, this Filipino steak roll is filled with ground pork, egg, and chorizo and simmered in a peppercorn-tomato sauce.
This lemon-rubbed baked Filipino chicken is stuffed with ground pork, Spanish chorizo, raisins, and Cheddar, and served with its own broth.
A meal-in-one sensation, these Filipino lumpias are filled with crunchy jicama, green beans, and peanuts, plus pork, prawns, and chickpeas.
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