Famous Filipino Food Recipes at Lutong Bahay for Your Discovery
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Filipinos and non-Filipinos alike can now discover the joys of preparing famous Filipino food or “pagkaing Pinoy” recipes in their own kitchens, whether these kitchens are in the Philippines or in other areas of the world. One must remember that even Filipinos may not have experienced preparing all types of Filipino food recipes by themselves. They could always find something new to discover online at the lutong bahay website which provides easy access and quick downloading. Please be informed, however, that lutong bahay has nothing to do with lutong pinoy.
There are organized classifications of Filipino lutong bahay foods as Pinoy breakfast recipes, viands or lutong ulam recipes, and snacks or merienda at the lutong bahay website. Pilipino cuisine, after all, includes both the simple dishes for daily meals and fiesta or party specialties. The tempting free recipes are further supported with pictures from the Philippines.
Filipino or Pinoy cooking is the product of many cultural influences in Philippine history, resulting in hundreds of Filipino dishes. The recipes of the Philippines have their early roots in the inputs from the Malays, Chinese, Spaniards and Americans. While cooking in the early days was done in an earthen pot or palayok over an open fire made with firewood, modern Filipino cooking has gone through much evolution. The current Philippine or Pilipino foods have such a diversity of tastes that even other people throughout the world appreciate them. To meet the needs of today’s cooks who have little time on their hands, there are Mama Sita recipes that recommend the use of ready mixes to make the preparation of traditional Filipino recipes much more convenient.
The mere mention of the phrases “mga lutong Pinoy” or “lutong Pilipino” meaning Filipino cooking, and “mga lutong bahay” or “lutuing bahay” meaning home cooked food, can send most Filipinos into fits of food cravings. An online collection of lutong Pinoy free recipes or lutong bahay free recipes from the Philippines can therefore attract many Filipinos who are eager to find more of the best healthy and easy Filipino foods.
By making different combinations of newly rediscovered regional specialties such as Ilocano, Pampanga, Tagalog and Visayan foods, dishes and recipes, anyone can draw up a fresh lutong Pinoy menu from the collection of Filipino food. For a balanced menu there should be meat dishes such as the Dagupan pigar pigar or the Batangas bulalo of Batangas beef. There should also be seafood dishes such as the the seafood kare kare, the sweet and sour lapu – lapu, the Spanish sardines, the rellenong pusit, the crab Maritess, or the ginataang tilapia. Noodles can be served using the Lucena pancit chami. Vegetables should also be included, such as the saluyot recipe, sinigang sa bayabas, sinigang sa miso, or ginisang togue.
There are also free Filipino recipes for the Jollibee style spaghetti, siopao sauce, hopia, sylvanas and the best ube chiffon cake at the lutong bahay website, along with information on activities like the Lanzones Festival 2010.