If Filipino Christmas were a merienda dish, it would be bibingka. Warm and fluffy, bibingka has claimed its place as a holiday treat, associated with get-togethers, family, holiday cheer – and THE “after-Simbang-Gabi” snack to end a cold Christmas night.
We gathered 5 easy to follow recipes from our foodie friends to level up your ECQ meals! Let’s get cooking.
Jollibee fans, rejoice—one of your favorite snacks is making a much awaited comeback this year (and with a hot special surprise)!
Ibarra Manila. A product of pure Filipino pride and talent. Ibarra was established in 2015 by founder and physicist Nico Moreno who had a strong passion for the art of watchmaking and the dream to rekindle the Filipino heritage of timekeeping. Being the first locally-assembled Filipino watch brand, Ibarra offers timepieces that showcases the skill and ingenuity of Filipinos in an industry that has been present across the globe for centuries.
LAST MAY, Unilever Food Solutions launched a culinary competition challenging Filipino chefs and cooks across the Philippines to innovate classic Filipino dishes with interesting twists. The “Funlasang Pinoy Twist Fest” competition! Take your classic Adobo and have it served in a way you never imagined, but still embodies that familiar flavor we all love, that’s the challenge, that’s the twist.