Meatballs and Noodle Soup (Almondigas)
Mais con Yelo
These traditional recipes showcase some of the sweet, sour, and deeply savory notes characteristic of Filipino cuisine.
Filipino food may not be as famous as that of its Thai and Vietnamese neighbors. But with more than 7,000 islands and a colorful history, this archipelago has some delicious dishes of its own. Blessed with an abundance of seafood, tropical fruits and creative cooks, there’s more to Filipino food than the mind-boggling balut (duck embryo). You just have to know where to find them and how to eat them.