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Ilocos Empanada

Ilocos Empanada

Ressie Fermin was the first featured cook of Seafood City’s Filipino Food Channel. Her recipe was Ilocos empanada, a turnover specialty from the northern province of the Philippines. It was her aunt who taught her this empanada with its crust made of rice flour colored…

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Adobo sa Gata

Adobo sa Gata

Switch up your adobo repertoire with gata or coconut milk, a traditional Filipino ingredient commonly associated with Bicol cuisine. Pouring this into the pot as a final ingredient lends the dish a rich, creamy flavor. This Seafood City version of the recipe takes even more…

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Bistek sa Pina

Bistek sa Pina

Thin slices of beef, soft rings of onions, the zing of calamansi – these are the defining elements of a classic Bistek Tagalog. Here you’ll find Seafood City’s version of the recipe, using Pamana Bistek Mix as a shortcut to the savory soy and peppery…

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Chicken Macaroni

Chicken Macaroni

The American touch to the Filipino celebratory noodles is this Chicken Macaroni salad. Its richness comes from the dressing, the combination of mayonnaise, condensed milk, and cheddar cheese. Raisins and pineapple not only add color but also contribute sweet and tangy flavors. Making this recipe?…

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Corned Beef Lumpia

Corned Beef Lumpia

If Forrest Gump were Filipino, his famous quote could have been about Lumpia instead. This versatile wrapper encases anything from savory ground pork to sweet langka. In this recipe, we fill the wrapper with everyone’s favorite canned good – Pamana Chunky Corned Beef. Remember to…

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Crema de Fruta Ice Candy

Crema de Fruta Ice Candy

Serve up summer vibes any time of the year with this easy ice candy recipe. The video features retro style, single-use plastic bags but reusable popsicle molds are even better. For maximum nostalgia, we recommend adding Mamang Sorbetero to your prepping playlist. Making this recipe?…

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Filipino Paella

Filipino Paella

This Filipino paella mimics the Spanish original, in this case the paella de marisco (seafood). It also follows the Spanish and Moorish way with rice which sautés the rice grains first before boiling to cook. The kasubha or safflower is used instead of expensive saffron…

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Filipino Spaghetti

Filipino Spaghetti

Filipino cooking has had a tradition of cooking a foreign dish but substituting ingredients available in the market and suiting the taste to the Filipino palate. Our version of the Italian spaghetti is sweeter than the original, uses canned processed meat and employs cheddar cheese…

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Fruit Salad

Fruit Salad

In the old days, anything imported was served on the Filipino holiday table—the ham, the fruits, the chocolates. The Philippine fruit salad continues that Christmas tradition of using imported canned fruit cocktail even with good fresh fruits available year-round. But some recent versions have given…

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Longanisa Fried Rice

Longanisa Fried Rice

What do you get when you combine longganisa, rice, and eggs? The ultimate Pinoy breakfast. Traditionally served separately on a single plate, these three elements are what make up the iconic longsilog. Follow this Seafood City recipe for a fried rice version of this well-loved…

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No-Cook Microwave Afritada

No-Cook Microwave Afritada

No stove? No problem. As long as you have a microwave, a large mug, and a craving for Afritada, you can make this easy single serve recipe. Afritada is one of the four most common tomato-based Filipino stews – the other three being Kaldereta, Menudo,…

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Pancit Bihon

Pancit Bihon

Noodles will always be a part of Filipino feasts because they symbolize long life (especially for birthdays) and because they provide ample volume of food to satisfy many guests. Bihon is rice vermicelli, the name reflecting its Chinese ancestry. It’s the kind of noodle that…

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Pancit Canton

Pancit Canton

Pancit is the general name of Filipino noodle dishes. And when “Canton” is added to it, it conjures yellowish noodles that hint of eggs added when making it. Ingredients added vary from kitchen to kitchen according to availability and flavor preference. Making this recipe? Show…

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Pinakbet

Pinakbet

Get 3 of your 5 a day the Filipino way with a traditional Pinakbet. Often found in a spread at fiestas and gatherings, it’s arguably the most famous vegetable-based meal in Pinoy cuisine. It typically includes kalabasa, ampalaya, tomatoes, and okra. Whatever the combination of…

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Pork Adobo

Pork Adobo

There are as many adobo recipes as there are lolas and each one has as special a place in our hearts. While there’s no such thing as a definitive adobo recipe, here you’ll find Seafood City’s version. It uses Pamana Adobo Mix to give you…

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Pork Sinigang sa Mangga

Pork Sinigang sa Mangga

No two Sinigang recipes are exactly alike. Everyone who cooks it or eats it has their own preference for the kind of souring agent used and at what intensity. Seafood City’s version of the recipe packs a one-two punch of sourness thanks to the Pamana…

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