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PAMANA carries on the legacy and richness of Filipino Cuisine, passed on from generation to generation.

PAMANA helps bring to life cherished recipes from the diverse regional tapestry of the Philippines and the closely-knit fabric
of Filipino family life.

PAMANA has become part of lovingly-prepared food enjoyed at Filipino homes in the United States for over 50 years.

Featured Dishes

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Sizzling Bangus Sisig & Garlic Aligue Fried Rice

Sizzling Bangus Sisig & Garlic Aligue Fried Rice

Put some sizzle to your Filipino staples with these delicious crowd-pleasers! This version of Pampanga sisig puts a spotlight on the milkfish or bangus instead of the traditional pork. Accompanying it is Filipino favorite garlic fried rice made even richer and more flavorful with sautéed…

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Pork & Shrimp Lumpiang Shanghai

Pork & Shrimp Lumpiang Shanghai

Crispy, crunchy and savory, Lumpiang Shanghai will always have a special place in every Filipino feast! This thin fried spring roll did not originate from Shanghai, China, as its name suggests. The name came from an anonymous cook who thought of doing a different roll…

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Ginataang Gulay

Ginataang Gulay

Here’s a simple yet satisfying meal that tastes very much like home. Most vegetables or gulay in Filipino cooking are either boiled or sautéed then enhanced with salt and pepper, fish sauce, fish or shrimp paste. Some cook the vegetables in coconut milk (gata) through…

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Chicken Binakol

Chicken Binakol

This is the perfect Filipino soup dish to warm the heart! Binakol means to cook in a coconut shell (bakol) and to use the coconut water and soft meat. In Iloilo and in Negros Occidental, this dish uses chicken, boiled in water and coconut water,…

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Bringhe Kapampangan

Bringhe Kapampangan

Rice and shine! Bringhe is a dish of yellow rice, a celebratory dish in many Southeast Asian countries, including ours. Turmeric gives the rice its golden yellow hue while the chicken or pork lends it a savory flavor that will satisfy any palate. Bringhe isn’t…

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Chicken Adobo Pie w/ Banana Catsup

Chicken Adobo Pie w/ Banana Catsup

Give new life to your adobo leftover and make your grocery budget go farther! Use it as a pie filling and serve up something amazing. Have it with a side of banana catsup that’s totally made from scratch. Put your overripe bananas to good use…

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Caldereta Nachos

Caldereta Nachos

Give your Caldereta a new twist and creatively turn it into a new dish! Enjoy layers of different flavors from the rich meaty sauce, sweet and zesty mango salsa, cheesy toppings, and the crisp and crunchy fried tortilla with a surprising Filipino spin. Whether you’re…

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Beef Kilawin

Beef Kilawin

A traditional Filipino appetizer with lots of flavor! Kilawin is basically a salad with vinegar dressing. Here, the beef is quickly grilled to give it that smoky aroma and taste before being marinated in lemon juice extract. The requisite slices of onion, ginger, chilies, and…

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Ube Puding

Ube Puding

An absolutely yummazing treat that highlights the Filipino ube or purple yam! It’s inspired by the classic ube halaya jam that’s been delightfully tweaked and turned into a pudding, then mixed in with crunchy Graham cracker bits, sweet creamy macapuno strips and nutty toasted pinipig.…

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Beer-Braised Short Rib Caldereta

Beer-Braised Short Rib Caldereta

This is one hearty Filipino delight that will please every hungry appetite! Caldereta means stew in Spanish - one of the dishes Spain introduced to the culinary repertoire of the Philippines that includes the tomato as an ingredient. This dish uses beef or, on really…

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Filipino Style BBQ

Filipino Style BBQ

Filipinos love their BBQ (short for barbecue) - thinly cut pork or chicken skewers marinated in a flavorful blend of ingredients then grilled to perfection over charcoal until succulent and juicy. Whether in restaurants, at home, or those peddled in makeshift grill carts that line…

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Chicken Ala King

Chicken Ala King

A rich and indulgent dish fit for royalty! A very old recipe probably dating back to the 19th century, this dish of chicken with a creamy sauce was always eaten with rice, puff pastry or with bread shaped into cups. Its very name conjured a…

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Atchara

Atchara

A side dish you will eat with relish! The atchara is an appetite enhancer, as well as a palate freshener that is made of pickled fruits and vegetables preserved in vinegar and sugar, salt and spices. The resulting flavor is a combination of sweet, sour…

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Lumpiang Sariwa

Lumpiang Sariwa

Crisp vegetables wrapped in a soft, delicate crepe make this dish a healthy alternative to the fried spring roll. This version of lumpia (Filipino for spring roll) is prepared without frying and served fresh or sariwa with toasted peanut toppings and a sweet-savory sauce. This…

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Polvoron

Polvoron

Polvoron is the quintessential Filipino pasalubong or gift. This candy mixes together powdered milk, toasted flour, and sugar as the most basic ingredients. They come in oblong or round shapes and include flavor variations such as crushed nuts, chocolate, mocha, butter, toasted young rice (pinipig),…

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Sinigang na Salmon sa Miso

Sinigang na Salmon sa Miso

This recipe has earned nothing but rave reviews! While the traditional way of cooking sinigang is putting all ingredients in a pot then boiling away, this version does it the way a trained chef would—each ingredient is treated separately to bring depth and dimension to…

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Arroz Caldo

Arroz Caldo

As easy to make as it is flavorful! You would surely want more with every spoonful! Its Spanish name means rice soup or porridge. But this is far more tasty than just plain boiled rice or pospas. Arroz caldo is made heartier with the addition…

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Vegan Kare-Kare

Vegan Kare-Kare

Who says you cannot have flavorful Kare-kare without oxtail, tripe or beef? This vegan version is just the right dish to indulge in when you’re craving for this Filipino stew that’s famous for its rich and creamy peanut sauce. The secrets to this recipe are…

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Handmade Noodle Pancit with Lamb Adobo

Handmade Noodle Pancit with Lamb Adobo

The handmade noodles are definitely the star of this recipe. Making the pancit (Filipino for noodles) from scratch definitely involves more skill and effort, but the little extra work makes this dish so totally worth it. These slightly chewy noodles mixed in with sautéed vegetables…

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