Banana cue, camote cue, bitso-bitso, turon, maruya, lumpia, tokneneng etc. are common street foods that can be bought in any public market in Northern Luzon or I think all over the Philippines.
Ground beef guisado (ground meat can be beef or pork or a combination of the two) is one of the dishes in my quick recipe list. Quick recipes because these are recipes that are so quick and easy to prepare and cook without sacrificing the taste and nutrition of the food we eat.
Sinigang na Bangus or Sour Milkfish Soup is a very common yet delicious Filipino recipe for fresh bangus or milkfish. It’s easy to prepare and ingredients can be easily found. In fact, it can just be picked from the backyard.
Baked lamb ribs is a healthy meal and easy to prepare. This is one of family’s favorites so I prefer preparing this recipe rather than having it in a restaurant where the price is relatively high and sometimes it’s not so good.
Kutsinta Filipino Recipe. Kutsinta or puto kutsinta has been a long, famous snack (meryenda) or dessert among Filipinos.
Yema Recipe. Yema has been a favorite “finger” dessert for Filipinos. It’s sweet, creamy, and tasty because of the crushed peanuts added to it.
Special bibingka in Ilocos Region is one of the most famous “pasalubong”. When you travel in Ilocos riding in a bus, there are vendors who hop in a bus selling bibingka, kalamay, chichacorn, puto and others.
Siopao Asado Filipino Recipe or steamed bun with chicken or pork asado filling is probably the most popular steamed bun for Pinoys.
Paksiw na bangus or milk fish is one of the familiar and easy way to cook bangus for the Filipinos aside from the famous sinigang the bangus.