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Welcome to Asisio’s Food Recipes! This section of the webpage is dedicated to the collection of best-tasting Filipino recipes. The Philippines is a tropical country and is composed of 7,107 islands. This diversity caused the different versions of food recipes, varying from island to island. Whether you’re a novice cook, hobbyist, passionate chef, or just looking for food recipes that you can earn from, this page is for you. 

Max's Style Fried Chicken

Chicken Recipe

Max’s Restaurant Fried Chicken is a popular restaurant in the Philippines. They have a unique-tasting deep-fried chicken that generations of Filipinos love. Fortunately, we have a copycat version of their recipe.

Pork Recipe

Pork Sinigang is one of Filipino’s all-time favorite dishes. It’s a sour stew mixed with vegetables and tender pork. There are many versions of Pork Sinigang. Every region in the Philippines has different ways of cooking sinigang since there many types of vegetables and even fruits that can be used to sour the stew.

Pork Recipe

The Filipino Adobo is making a wave internationally. More and more appreciates the taste of Adobo. In fact, one Filipino fast food joint in the United States offers adobo rice on its menu. This recipe is the basic version of adobo. There are many versions of adobo and some use more ingredients than others.

Chicken Recipe

This Chicken Curry recipe is the Filipino adoptation of the popular Indian chicken curry dish. It is very delicious and easy to prepare and cook. The thick sauce is rich, creamy, aromatic, and very flavorful. 

Pork Recipe

Tokwa’t Baboy (Tofu and Pork) is a famous Filipino appetizer and is sometimes partnered with beer and wine. It consists of pork ears, pork belly and deep-fried tofu and is served with soy sauce, vinegar, chopped onions and red pepper. It is usually served as a side dish to rice porridge, caroz caldo and goto. 

Seafood Recipe

Escabeche is the name for a number of dishes in Spain, Portugal and Philippines. It consists of marinated fish (sometimes meat) and vegetables, cooked in an acidic sauce (usually with vinegar), and colored with paprika and other spices. In the Philippines, it include frying the fish before marinating it with the acidic sauce.

Pastry Recipe

Egg Pie is a popular Filipino dessert that is similar to egg custard and a toasty brown top made from egg whites. It is generally made with eggs, flour, butter, sugar and milk. This is a must try pastry recipe!

Pork Recipe

This recipe is another version of the popular Bopis recipe. This goes well as a partner “pulutan” with beer or wine. This version of Bopis is a spicy Filipino delicacy made of chopped pork lung and heart cooked in garlic, onions and chili peppers. This is also commonly served as a main meal entree.

Seafood Recipe

Buttered Garlic Shrimp and Squid make a good main entree served with hot steamed rice. This is a very easy-to-make seafood recipe that you will surely enjoy!

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KFC Style Fried Chicken

KFC Style Fried Chicken
Oh yes! I love some fried chicken, but let’s be honest not all fried chickens are good. Our goal is to find out some of the secrets of crispy fried chicken and hopefully by the end of this recipe we are all gonna know how to make perfect fried chicken. So let’s do it!

Tuna Pasta Alfredo

Tuna Pasta Alfredo
The Tuna Pasta Alfredo casserole recipe is easy and fun to make. It’s also ready in less than an hour which makes it ideal for busy weeknights.

Beef Caldereta
Beef Caldereta is a thick tomato-based tender beef stew with delicious vegetables. This recipe has flavorful and tender meat from low and slow cooking. Searing the meat and vegetables will lock in the flavor. This is a pot meal that tastes amazing and satisfying!

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Crispy Lechon Belly

Crispy Lechon Belly
This delicious Crispy Lechon Belly recipe is for all home cooks who can turn this into a successful business! This version of lechon belly is slow-cooked until it is succulently tender. The skin is roasted until crispy, bubbly and crackling.

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