Lutong Bahay Provides Famous Filipino Food Recipes for Anyone to Try
Famous Filipino food or "pagkaing Pinoy" recipes are now available online for anyone in the Philippines or anywhere in the world to try. All anyone needs is an internet connection to be able to visit the lutong bahay website which provides these recipes. It is a place that is just as hospitable as any Filipino home. One can have a reunion with old friends and get to know new friends who all share a love for food and cooking.
There is an important distinction between lutong bahay and lutong pinoy. It is at the former that one can find the finest collection of Pilipino cuisine through free recipes with pictures from the Philippines. These Filipino lutong bahay foods have been lovingly classified into Pinoy breakfast recipes, viands or lutong ulam recipes and snacks or merienda recipes.
The Filipino people are known around the world for their love of good food and this is proven in the huge number of Filipino dishes produced by Filipino or Pinoy cooking. In fact, there are so many Philippine or Pilipino foods recipes that even a Filipino gourmet will surely have at least one recipe, or even several, that he or she has not tasted yet.
In the language of Filipinos, Filipino cooking is called "mga lutong Pinoy" or "lutong Pilipino" while home cooked food is called "mga lutong bahay" or "lutuing bahay." In such collections of lutong bahay free recipes or lutong Pinoy free recipes from the Philippines can one locate the best healthy and easy Filipino foods recipes.
From the many Ilocano, Pampanga, Tagalog and Visayan foods, dishes and recipes, as well as other regional delicacies, one can creatively draw up a lutong Pinoy menu to cover daily meals and special occasion gatherings for years to come. One can put in the saluyot recipe from Ilocandia; the pigar pigar recipe of carabao meat from Dagupan, Pangasinan; the pancit chami recipe of freshly made noodles from Lucena, Quezon; and the bulalo recipe of Batangas beef. Since Filipinos love vegetable dishes recipes like sinigang sa bayabas, sinigang sa miso and ginisang togue may also be included.
Not to be left out, of course, are the many Filipino food recipes that feature fish and seafood. Among these are the ginataang tilapia recipe, the rellenong pusit recipe, the sweet and sour lapu - lapu recipe, the seafood kare kare recipe, the Spanish sardines recipe, and the crab Maritess recipe.
There have been many changes in the way that traditional Filipino recipes are prepared, though. The ginataang tilapia recipe, for example, used to be cokked in a native palayok or earthen pot lined with banana leaves. Today, the leaves are optional and any pot is fine. For other traditional dishes there are Mama Sita recipes that use ready made mixes for convenience without losing flavor.
At lutong bahay, the free recipes are not limited to home cooked food. Even commercial favorites are featured, such as the Jollibee style spaghetti recipe and the siopao sauce recipe. Sweets are likewise represented, including the hopia recipe, sylvanas recipe and the best ube chiffon cake recipe.
Aside from providing Filipino recipes, the website also offers various articles related to food. The Lanzones Festival 2010 is tackled by one of these articles, showing how the naturally sweet Philippine fruits complement its rich cuisine.
Lutongbahay.com is an interactive cooking portal site that highlights regional Filipino food recipes.
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