Pinoy Recipe – Filipino Foods, Video Recipe, Philippine Cuisines


Pinoy Recipe

Welcome to Pinoy Recipe, the home of delicious Pinoy foods and cuisines. This is where you can find easy-to-follow Filipino recipes with matching high quality instructional videos.

I understand that most of the time, especially when you are new to cooking, using a cookbook can still be confusing. I know that plenty of clear sample images in the cookbook does help tremendously. However, even that sometimes is still not enough. I know this because I’ve been there. Here at Pinoy Recipe I will try to eliminate or even just try to lessen any confusion by providing you with not only clear written recipes with images but also with matching easy-to-follow and step-by-step instructional videos.

There are about 7,100 islands in the Philippines. So it is not surprising to see that one type of dish can have hundreds if not thousands of variations in terms of the way it was cooked and prepared. One great example and apparently well known all over the world, is this simple and tasty dish called Adobo! My mom grew up in the province of Samar and her Adobo is very different from my relatives in Manila. And even my aunts and uncles in Manila have their very own recipe for Adobo. So here at Pinoy Recipe, if I show something different from what you already know, it’s not because I am wrong, it’s because I grew up in a place where that’s how they cook that particular food.

Also, please don’t be surprised if I make non-Pinoy recipes as I am married to a non-Filipino. Though he is a half-Filipino, he grew up here in the United States and is used to the American dish. We are also going to make different recipes from different countries because me and him both like to experiment.


Featured Recipes


Adobong Manok (Chicken Adobo)
Chicken Adobo or Adobong Manok is undoubtedly the most popular dish in the Philippines. Everybody likes it and almost everybody knows how to cook it. And also, everybody has their own recipe of Adobo. Read more…


Lechon Manok (Rotisserie Chicken Filipino Style)
Lechon Manok is my all time favorite dish and also a very popular Pinoy recipe. The combination of the seasonings I used on this recipe is just perfect for me. I would never change it one bit. Read more…


Siningang Na Baboy (Sour Soup Pork)
Sinigang Na Baboy is another popular Filipino recipe. It is known for its unique taste and flavor. I personally love Sinigang ever since I was a child. Every time my mom cooks this, I knew I was going to eat a bunch of rice because I like a lot of rice if we are having Sinigang. Read more…


Spaghetti With Carbonara Sauce
Spaghetti with Carbonara Sauce is perfect for special occasions or even just for simple gatherings. Every time I get invited to a party, this recipe has been the most requested food for me to bring. Read more…


Ensaladang Manga (Green Mango Salad)
You think green and really sour mango with bagoong is good? Well, you might want to try this Ensaladang Manga. I can still remember when I first saw Ensaladang Manga… Read more


50 Responses to “Pinoy Recipe”

  1. Regie 19. Apr, 2010 at 4:08 am #

    Interesting blog. Pinoy recipe is indeed very appetizing. You have a talent for cooking, so keep on cooking! There are a lot of Filipino recipe all over the net but most of them are not very good. I’m going to have to try yours and will let you know.

  2. cel 21. Apr, 2010 at 1:05 am #

    I missed sisig are you able to provide instructions on how to do it with corresponding video? Thank you so much

  3. Karen Salvador 15. May, 2010 at 11:36 am #

    Ate Cel, I just finished the video recipe for sisig. I will be posting it as soon as I finished editing the video. Thanks for requesting.

  4. Skye Hussain 23. Jun, 2010 at 4:47 am #

    Seafoods are very rich in Iodine too.:’*

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  6. Keisa 15. Sep, 2010 at 7:50 pm #

    Thank you from the bottom of my heart for these delicious recipes. I have cooked one new meal each week, and my family absolutely loves it! The video tutorials are very helpful, as I run to the kitchen and back to the computer to make sure I am following you correctly. God Bless you and your family as you share with us your culinary gifts from out of your kitchen.

  7. Karen of Pinoy Recipe 16. Sep, 2010 at 1:37 am #

    Keisa, thank you so much for trying out some of my recipes. I am so glad you did. I owe the knowledge from my relatives who showed me the fun in the kitchen. If you do have any questions about the recipes, please do not hesitate to ask. God bless you and your family!

  8. mynameiz_ alaskanbeauty 08. Oct, 2010 at 11:17 pm #

    wow….nice……. looks yummy… I will try to cook sisig…. I love sisig… yum yum

  9. Carpet Shampooer  13. Oct, 2010 at 8:16 pm #

    the thing i love about seafoods is that salty fishy taste, seafoods are rich in iodine too`;’

  10. phil 25. Oct, 2010 at 3:05 pm #

    nagutom ako bigla sa mga nakita ko ah.. Bookmarked!! I will try to cook tomorrow. sana masarap kalabasan. haha

  11. karen 25. Oct, 2010 at 8:26 pm #

    Hi Phil, thanks! Sana okay kalabasan hehe

  12. rose 26. Nov, 2010 at 9:19 am #

    i just want to learn about cooking recipes..☻♥♥

  13. Storage Chest 22. Dec, 2010 at 8:25 pm #

    seafoods are great because they are really tasty, i think that almost all seafoods are super duper tasty `:’

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  15. Donna 01. Mar, 2011 at 2:54 pm #

    pls send me recipe of sisig & lomi yung may sabaw thank you and more power

  16. Pilipinas Got Talent 27. Apr, 2011 at 3:02 am #

    Thanks for the great list of Pinoy Recipes here.

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  19. miss_simple 28. Jun, 2011 at 10:54 pm #

    i really like to learn about more recipes specially a food from Philippines…hope you can send me more about it.Thanks and more power!

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    Just came across this page… Growing up in a Filipino household I love to cook old time Filipino recipes learned from my grandparents… This page was an awesome example of Filipino foods!!! I’m going to go make some adobo for dinner tonight!

  31. William 02. Feb, 2012 at 3:29 am #

    When i was in the Phils, My new wife was feeding me a Temura. She got it from Fooda and it was little strips of breaded something, but i don’t know what it was. I looked in the net, but all i see is tempura shrimp.
    I just chopped up a $5 bag of shrimp and mixed it with tempura past thinking thats what it was, SUPRISE to me it wasn’t the same.
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    Hi Todd, thanks for visiting the site, I hope your adobo comes out good :)

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