We have compiled Filipino Ulam ideas from the best Filipino food bloggers, including Panlansang Pinoy, Kawaling Pinoy, and Ate Peachy.

Ulam, which translates to “main dish” in Filipino, can also imply a primary dish or staple food. Every Filipino meal revolves around it, and it also forms the foundation of Filipino culture.

In order to provide you with the most recent information about new Filipino dishes, we regularly search the web for fresh and interesting recipe blogs and articles about Filipino cuisine.

Bookmark this page and return whenever you run out of Ulam ideas. As soon as the blog owners contribute fresh recipes, the ulam suggestions will be updated here promptly.

FILIPINO STYLE RECIPE

  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 500 grams linguine pasta 500 grams shrimp, peeled and deveined 100 grams sliced button mushroom 1 can evaporated milk 250 ml all purpose cream 1 can creamed of mushroom soup 1 head garlic, minced 1 onion, minced 2 tablespoons… Continue Reading →
  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 6 cups unripe jackfruit(langka), sliced 1 cup coconut cream(first extract) 2 cups coconut milk(second extract) 5 cloves garlic, crushed 1 large onion, chopped 1 thumb-sized ginger, sliced thinly 3 pieces green chili(siling haba), chopped 5-7 chili hot peppers(siling labuyo),… Continue Reading →
  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 8-10 pieces fresh king prawns 3 tablespoons olive oil salt and ground pepper to taste Procedures: 1. Wash and clean prawns, cut off the antennae and rostrum on the prawn’s head. 2. Using a sharp knife, make a slit… Continue Reading →
  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 500 grams beef sirloin, cut into thin strips 200 shiitake mushroom slices 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 white onion, chopped 1 thumb-sized ginger, grated 3 tablespoons oyster sauce 2 tablespoons soy sauce Procedures: Part 1 1. In a bowl,… Continue Reading →
  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 1 piece(2 kg) pork pata(pork hock or knuckle), cleaned 2 tablespoons soy sauce 1/2 cup vinegar 1 head garlic, pounded 1 white onions, chopped 5 chili hot peppers(siling labuyo), seeded and chopped 12 pieces peppercorns 4 pieces bay leaves… Continue Reading →
  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 1 kilo pork meat(combination of cheek, ear and snout) 200 grams chicken liver 1 cup pineapple juice 1/2 cup butter 1 cup onion, minced 3 gloves garlic, crushed 3-4 chili hot peppers(siling labuyo), seeded and chopped 3 tablespoons soy… Continue Reading →
  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 500 grams pancit canton noodles 500 grams lechon kawali, chopped (recipe) 2 pieces pork cubes 10 cups water 1/4 kilo baguio beans, slice diagonally 2 cups cabbage, sliced into strips 1 carrot, julienned 1 cup celery(kintsay), sliced 4 tablespoons… Continue Reading →
  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 1 kilo pork meat with fat, sliced into thin pieces bamboo skewers (soak in water for 15 minutes) 4 pieces red/yellow onion, quartered 2 pieces bell pepper, cut into square 4 pieces tomato, quartered Marinade: 1 cup soy sauce… Continue Reading →
  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 2 pieces pork steak (10 ounces each) 2 tablespoons unsalted butter salt and grind pepper to taste Brine: 3 cups water 1/2 cup salt 1/4 cup brown sugar Procedures: Part 1 1. Prick pork both sides with a fork… Continue Reading →
  • by vangiz
    Ingredients: 500 grams beef sirloin, cut into thin strips 200 grams enoki mushrooms 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 onion, chopped 1 thumb-sized ginger, grated 3 tablespoons oyster sauce 2 tablespoons soy sauce Procedures: Part 1 1. In a bowl, combine… Continue Reading →

PINOY FOOD

  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    By Lorna Lardizabal DietzSan Francisco Unified Lions Club This recipe was submitted to the Lions Club International by my sister, Lorna Lardizabal Dietz A very popular main dish from Cebu in the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines has its owncult following. I’ve taken the influences from Filipino, Chinese, Indian, and American homekitchens to createRead More
  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    Bam-i is a noodle dish that we ate as kids growing up in Cebu. It is a Visayan dish as I’ve never seen it serve here in Manila. I love the two kinds of noodles: vermicelli and the egg noodles. When my kids were growing up, they don’t really like the combination of the noodles.Read More
  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    My husband is fond of buying me recipe books or any books about food. One such book is The Adobo Book (Traditional & Jazzed Up Recipes) by Reynaldo Gamboa Alejandro and Nancy Reyes-Lumen. Not only do you get recipes of various authors but trivia and essays on adobo. The Personal Styles reflect the cook’s preferences.Read More
  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    I always prepare my basic pork adobo recipe whenever my husband and I travel to visit our coffee farm 10 hours away. As you might know, Adobo keeps well and is best served after a day. Now, there are 101 ways of cooking adobo and we all have our own recipe. I am sharing thisRead More
  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    Pancit Molo has got to be the most requested soup dish in small gatherings at home. It’s been quite some time since I cooked Pancit Molo as it takes a lot of preparation as you will see below. But it is all worth it after you see the pleased expressions from your family members. PancitRead More
  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    When I think of raisins, I remember my mom’s bakeshop. Mom added raisins on her Bread pudding. fruitcake, and cupcakes , Upside down cake and many more. The smell of raisins is such a comfort thinking of the good old days at mom’s kitchen. I also add raisins to some of my recipes here such as:Read More
  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    Let me share this unique recipe from Filipino food advocate, author and restaurateur Amy Besa at The Maya Kitchen cooking demo. Amy Besa relates the origins of Kulawong Talong. “My first introduction to the concept of a kulawo was in 2003, when I visited Ugu Bigyan’s home and pottery studio in Tiaong, Quezon. Visitors couldRead More
  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    When I think of Chicken Macaroni salad, I remember myself as a teenager, assigned by mom as the salad maker. This is such a childhood memory. I stopped preparing Chicken Macaroni salad when I became a mother , simply because I thought my kids and my husband would not like it. It is so old-school.Read More
  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    Noche buena is a Spanish word referring to the night of Christmas Eve and celebrated on December 24 every year. For me, Noche Buena is the most exciting time of the Holiday season so I prepare weeks ahead to make sure my family enjoys the meal. It is literally “the Good Night” especially since IRead More
  • by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
    Wikipedia says that Arroz a la cubana, means Cuban-style rice. Maybe the Philippines version came from our Spanish ancestors. The Philippine version consists of rice; ground beef sauteed with onions, garlic, tomato sauce, diced potatoes and diced carrots; a fried egg and a native plantain (saba), sliced length-wise and fried. I love dishes with anythingRead More

KAWALING PINOY

  • by Lalaine Manalo
    Ginisang Pusit is made of squid cooked in juicy tomatoes and onions. This classic Filipino seafood dish is easy to prepare and so flavorful. Perfect with steamed rice! I have several squid recipes I regularly make such as inihaw, crispy-fried, or a la sisig, but although they’re all great ways to enjoy this seafood, my… The post Ginisang Pusit appeared first on Kawaling Pinoy.
  • by Lalaine Manalo
    Polvoron is a Filipino-style shortbread made of toasted flour, powdered milk, sugar, and butter. Sweet, buttery, and easy to customize with different flavors, it’s a delicious snack or dessert and great for gift-giving, too! Every time I visit the Philippines, I bring at least a dozen polvoron molds back with me to the U.S.  I love making different… The post Polvoron appeared first on Kawaling Pinoy.
  • by Lalaine Manalo
    Ube Maja Blanca is a delicious spin on our classic coconut pudding. Loaded with purple yam flavor and topped with golden coconut curds, it’s a fantastic snack or dessert you’ll love! Maja de Ube is a delicious variation of the maja blanca espesyal on the blog. This coconut corn pudding is one of my most popular recipes… The post Ube Maja Blanca appeared first on Kawaling Pinoy.
  • by Lalaine Manalo
    Adobong Talaba is made of plump oysters cooked in soy sauce, calamansi juice, and garlic for a mouth-watering seafood dish. Delicious as an appetizer or main entree! Adobong talaba was one of the delicious recipes I cooked in the Philippines during my recent trip. I found oysters at our local wet market, and I couldn’t… The post Adobong Talaba appeared first on Kawaling Pinoy.
  • by Lalaine Manalo
    Miswa at Patola Soup is a delicious Filipino dish made of sponge gourd, ground pork, and Chinese vermicelli. It’s hearty and tasty on its own or as a side dish. If you’re craving the hearty flavors of Almondigas soup but are pressed for time, this patola with misua is a simpler option. It has the… The post Miswa at Patola Soup appeared first on Kawaling Pinoy.
  • by Lalaine Manalo
    Ginataang Mais is a Filipino rice pudding made of glutinous rice, coconut milk, and fresh corn kernels. It’s easy to prepare and makes a tasty midday snack or after-meal dessert. What is Ginataang Mais Ginataang Mais is a Filipino ginatan dish made of glutinous rice, coconut milk, and corn kernels. It’s also known as lugaw… The post Ginataang Mais appeared first on Kawaling Pinoy.
  • by Lalaine Manalo
    Ginataang halo-halo is rich, creamy, and loaded with coconut flavor. Made of glutinous rice balls, sago, tropical fruits, and tubers, it makes a delicious and filling snack, dessert, or breakfast! What is Ginataang Halo-Halo Ginataang halo-halo is a popular Filipino delicacy made of sticky rice balls stewed in coconut milk. It’s widely enjoyed as a… The post Ginataang Halo-halo appeared first on Kawaling Pinoy.
  • by Lalaine Manalo
    Toyomansi Pork Chops are a Filipino-style dish seasoned with soy sauce, calamansi juice, and garlic. They’re quick and easy to make yet pack amazing flavor perfect with steamed rice! If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the many years I worked in a kitchen is that food doesn’t have to be complicated to be delicious.… The post Toyomansi Pork Chops appeared first on Kawaling Pinoy.
  • by Lalaine Manalo
    Keep warm and nourished with Pancit Molo! This classic Ilonggo soup with meat-filled dumplings, shredded chicken, and a homemade broth is filling and delicious. Perfect for a cold rainy day! Texas weather is starting to get cooler, and I couldn’t be happier. This summer has been the longest and hottest I can remember, and I’m… The post Pancit Molo appeared first on Kawaling Pinoy.

THE PEACH KITCHEN

  • by Peachy Adarne
    Almost everyone enjoys indulging themselves with gourmet food. They’re delicious and made from the highest quality ingredients. However, a tasty flavor often comes with a hefty price that not everyone can accommodate. You can imagine how much your bill will run once you eat outside. Fortunately, you can whip up gourmet food at home, saving […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Medyo ngarag ang Mommy Peach nyo today so we decided to eat out. Timing naman and Boat Noodle has a newly opened branch at SM Grand Central. We love noodles so we have to give it a try! Watch Our Video Here We ordered the Crunchy Popeye’s Tempura (₱125) which are fresh greens in thick […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Winemaking or vinification dates back to the 6th century BCE. From the wine of Château de Goulaine, one of the oldest wineries in France, to Beaujolais Nouveau—France has elegantly produced sophisticated wine for centuries. Some of the most luxurious categories of French grapes include Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Sauvignon blanc. This article provides […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Lumpiang Sariwa is one of my favorite vegetable dishes. Aside from being budget-friendly, it’s also acid-reflux-friendly, healthy, and delicious. It’s also easy to make. All you need to do is to sauté the vegetables until cooked then season it with MAGGi magic sarap and MAGGi Oyster Sauce. As for the sauce, you just need toi […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    I think Filipino Style Creamy Carbonara is one of many favorites na ihanda during Noche Buena or Christmas. So today, I’m gonna share with you a budget-friendly Carbonara recipe… woohoo! To achieve its rich and creamy taste and to make it more special, I used Alaska Crema All-Purpose Cream. Can you guess how much does […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    We love Indian food and there’s are two restaurants near our home that we frequent whenever the craving hits. But due to the pandemic, these restaurants closed its doors. We tried ordering from grabfood but we didn’t like the food from those restaurants in the app. So a couple of weeks ago when we craved […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Pangarap ko talagang maging vegetarian. It’s because I think it’s a healthier diet and it’s Acid Reflux -friendly. You know what’s making it difficult for me? Ang sarap kasi ng meat! Another reason is, it’s really hard when you’re the only one in your family who is eating plant-based AAAND I am the one who […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Do you know that JINRO offers membership program in the Philippines? This JINRO membership program is a partnership between HiteJinro Philippines and the Korean Restaurants in Metro Manila. These Korean partner restaurants will have to encourage the customers to buy JINRO products and encourage them to join the giveaway promotion that JINRO is organizing each […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    It was such a fun and refreshing Sunday… we were able to go out and have brunch with my sister who calls herself Anney. These days kasi whenever we go out, it’s usually for errands — we have to buy things we need at home or something that the kids need for school. But yesterday, […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Are you looking for an easy-to-make dessert that’s also pretty and delicious to grace your Christmas table this year? Well, it’s your lucky day, momshie. Look no further because today I’m gonna share with you this super kadooper easy-to-make and supper yummy No Bake Strawberry (and Peaches) Tres Leches Cake. This is supposed to be […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Shopping for a foodie can be challenging, especially if they already have the latest and greatest kitchen gadgets. Whether holiday gifts, birthday presents, or just-because surprises, no matter what you choose to get your foodie friend, they’ll be thankful. But, you can really blow them away with one of these premium gifts. We’ve rounded up […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Dieting can be difficult. Maybe you are changing what you eat to lose weight or consumer more nutrients. Perhaps you are making a moral choice with your eating habits. Whatever the reason behind this new behavior, maintaining it is not always easy, especially when your options are limited due to an allergy or less demand […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Christmas songs playing everywhere, holiday decors up and malls turning red & green only mean that the most wonderful time of the year is here. And Seattle’s Best Coffee is the first to usher in the festive spirit with the release of its newest beverage offerings: The Javanilla Holiday Collection.  The Javanilla is a signature Seattle’s […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Flavorful and tender chicken breast cutlets in bright lemon sauce with tangy capers and touch of fresh herbs over pasta… oh, and did I say you can make this in under 30 minutes? Oh well, my number one problem these days aside from mahirap mag-isip ng ulam … is mahirap din mag-isip ng baon! It’s […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Callos is a Filipino-Spanish stew made with ox tripe, ox feet, and chorizo. I remember my nanay cooking the most delicious Callos I’ve tried in my whole life. Maybe that’s the reason why I’m so intimidated in cooking this. Pero finally, nag-crave ako… and of course, I don’t wanna buy. I want to try and […]
  • by Peachy Adarne
    Dieting is a fantastic way to help you lose belly fat, but you can’t rely solely on your diet to give you the results you crave. What’s more, it takes time for your body to get used to having less fuel and food, so you may feel sluggish and lack enough energy to get through […]

PANLASANG PINOY

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This list will definitely help you find new blogs to read. Plus, it will save you a lot of time and keep you from wasting your precious time on food blogs that aren’t all that good. Try these out for a change.

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Although we’ve provided Ulam dishes that you can copy here, the best way to learn more is to visit the websites of some of these food bloggers. Along with recipes and general advice on Filipino cooking, they’ll give you a thorough run-down on how to make these delectable dishes at home.

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