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By Caroline Victoria

Clotted Cream

A British tea time staple, this clotted cream is a decadent accompaniment to baking; unpasteurized cream is cooked and chilled for many days.

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By lillpup

Curried Yams with Winter Greens

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.

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By jenniemg

Passover Banana Coffee Cake

A mashed banana adds sweet fruity flavor to this cinnamon sugar-dusted coffee cake that is easy to make and also kosher for Passover.

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By Regan Vogt Penning

Chilean Meat Pie

This pie-style variation on Chilean empanadas is filled with beef, raisins, and black olives simmered in broth and wrapped in homemade crust.

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By Ana Park

Filipino Cassava Cake

This dense, gluten-free cassava cake made with coconut milk, sweetened condensed milk, and macapuno is an easy-to-make Filipino treat.

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By VLENKE

Authentic Filipino Pancit

This authentic Filipino chicken pancit dish uses simple ingredients to impart tons of flavor, and it's super easy to prepare.

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By MINAMINA

Authentic Japanese Curry

Curry paste and ginger bring layers of flavor to this vegetable-packed authentic Japanese dish that only uses one pot.

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By LAVANYALEA

Avocado Pudding

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!

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By evian257

Black Friday Sandwich

Slap leftover Thanksgiving turkey, stuffing, cranberries, and sweet potatoes onto bread and you've got the genius Black Friday sandwich.

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By lola

Halo-Halo Especial

Lighter than a sundae, halo-halo is a Filipino dessert loaded with jackfruit, red beans, flan, evaporated milk, shaved ice, and ice cream.

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By lola

Pickled and Fried Filipino Fish (Daing Na Bangus)

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.

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By lola

Filipino Polvoron

Polvoron, or Filipino milk candies, start with a lemony, buttery powder mixture that's packed into individual candies using a polvoron mold.

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By lola

Sinigang (Pork Spare Ribs in Sour Soup)

Sinigang, a filling Filipino soup, gets its signature tang from tamarind, mingled with spareribs, taro, green beans, and vegetables galore.

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By lola

Filipino Patola Soup with Misua

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.

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By lola

Pancit Molo Wrappers

No pancit molo (Filipino wonton soup) is complete without the perfect wrappers; the wrappers are rolled from scratch with just 4 ingredients.

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By lola

Pancit Luglug

Pancit luglug, a beloved Filipino noodle dish, is topped with annatto-seasoned shrimp and a sauce of ground pork and cream of chicken soup.

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By lola

Filipino Fish Stew (Paksiw na Bangus)

Filipino bangus, or milkfish, simmers in a tangy, sour broth with eggplant, ginger, green chiles, and bitter melon to create this fish stew.

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By lola

Beef Morcon (Filipino Meat Roll)

A dinner party centerpiece, this Filipino steak roll is filled with ground pork, egg, and chorizo and simmered in a peppercorn-tomato sauce.

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By lola

Filipino Chicken Relleno

This lemon-rubbed baked Filipino chicken is stuffed with ground pork, Spanish chorizo, raisins, and Cheddar, and served with its own broth.

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By lola

Fresh Lumpia

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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