Famous Filipino Food Recipes to Kitchen Test at WWW.Lutong Bahay.com
Whether you are just learning how to cook or are already expanding your repertoire of specializations, there are famous Filipino food or “pagkaing Pinoy” recipes you can access and download online at the www.lutong bahay.com website for kitchen testing. All you need is a working internet connection from anywhere in the world in order to get at these Filipino food recipes that have long been raved about by both Filipinos and non-Filipinos around the globe. Do note, however, that the www.lutong bahay.com website is not lutong pinoy.com.
The www.lutong bahay.com website presents Filipino lutong bahay foods like Pinoy breakfast recipes, viands or lutong ulam recipes, and snacks or merienda recipes as well as Filipino dishes meant for special occasions and fiestas. Pilipino cuisine is indeed highlighted as the free recipes come paired with pictures from the Philippines.
Filipino or Pinoy cooking has already produced hundreds of Filipino dishes, with more dishes being developed every day. Although most of the Philippine or Pilipino foods recipes can be traced back to early historical Malay, Chinese, Spanish and American influences, the dishes have been inherited by many generations and every family has added nuances to them through the years, resulting in what is now known as Filipino cuisine. Of course the traditional recipes not only exist but are still being used and loved. They are also accompanied today by many more variations and new spin off dishes though. There have even been cookbooks published that focus solely on variations of the Philippine adobo. This just shows how food is so central to Filipino culture and daily life. Anywhere they are in the world, Filipinos always celebrate any special occasion with good food.
Filipino cooking in the Filipino language is termed “mga lutong Pinoy” or “lutong Pilipino.” Home cooked food, on the other hand, is termed “mga lutong bahay” or “lutuing bahay.” If you want to try the best healthy and easy Filipino foods recipes, you can look for them at the online collection of lutong Pinoy free recipes or lutong bahay free recipes from the Philippines. If you do not have the luxury of time to cook dishes from scratch, the Mama Sita recipes in the list recommends the use of ready mixes for traditional Filipino recipes.
Regional specialties like Ilocano, Pampanga, Tagalog and Visayan foods, dishes and recipes can be combined to create many variations of the lutong Pinoy menu and could contain the Batangas bulalo recipe of Batangas province, the pancit chami recipe from Lucena, Quezon and the pigar pigar recipe of carabao beef from Dagupan, Pangasinan, for example. Recipes of vegetable dishes that may be included could be sinigang sa bayabas, sinigang sa miso, ginisang togue or a saluyot recipe.
There are also Filipino food recipes for fish and seafood, including the seafood kare kare recipe, the sweet and sour lapu – lapu recipe, the Spanish sardines recipe, the rellenong pusit recipe, the crab Maritess recipe and the ginataang tilapia recipe which, in olden times, was cooked in a palayok or earthen pot.
You may also want to kitchen test the Jollibee style spaghetti recipe, siopao sauce recipe, hopia recipe, sylvanas recipe and best ube chiffon cake recipe, among other free Filipino recipes at www.lutong bahay.com. The site also has food articles such as one on the Lanzones Festival 2010.