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Recipes from the Philippines and Abroad at Filipino Chow

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WOK THIS WAY! In the wok, you can cook everything from classic Asian-inspired dishes to Carribean-inspired dishes, noodle or rice options, and more.

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This is Spicy Shrimp Nachos. This is a tasty treat that we whipped together one night after being inspired by the fish tacos we had made the night before. We had all the ingredients we needed left over from the tacos (minus the fish) and we had some shrimp so we thought, why not nachos. The result was spectacular.

RECIPE: http://goo.gl/ZnBdtM
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Enjoy this recipe submitted by Kathleen Whips.

This is Philippine Adobo. While the adobo dish and cooking process in Filipino cuisine and the general description of adobo in Spanish cuisine share similar characteristics, they refer to different things with different cultural roots.

RECIPE: http://goo.gl/10b1Nx
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Enjoy this recipe submitted by Madeline Hall from Madeline Marie Blog.

This is Lumpia (Filipino Egg Rolls). Whenever my family would have a party at our house, we would serve these egg rolls. My mom would make them almost every time, and bring it to other parties when people had us over as well. It was always a hit, and everyone gobbled them up as soon as they hit the table!

RECIPE: http://goo.gl/bMhu6t
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This is Kilawing na Hipon (Spicy Shrimp Ceviche). This is a variation of the common, Filipino style shrimp ceviche, Kilawing na Hipon. In this version, we add some serrano or jalapeno peppers to the mix to bring some heat into this dish. Give it a try.

RECIPE: http://goo.gl/L0a0ht
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Merry Christmas Everybody!

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Kilawing Baboy (Pork Ceviche)

The flavors of the grilled pork blends with the brine of the ceviche creating a truly unique flavor. If you haven't tried this version of Kilawin before, give it a try. You won't regret it!

RECIPE: http://goo.gl/ld5owb
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This is Sisig Taco. Sisig is said to have been invented in Angeles City, Phils. Pork Sisig is a mainstay for contemporary Filipino “Pulutan”, a hot snack that is often served with beer. You can eat Sisig alone, with rice or in this recipe, with flour tortillas. I think Sisig is great with everything. Try this one and let us know what you think.

RECIPE: http://goo.gl/u1z8kF
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