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If you’ve never had banana cue, you are in for a treat! This popular Filipino street food is made from fried saba bananas coated in caramelized brown sugar. It is pretty easy to make and will satisfy any sweet tooth! The name banana cue (or bananacue) simply comes from the combination of the words banana and barbecue. […]

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Banana Cue (Filipino Fried Caramelized Bananas)

Mar 31, 2021

Learn how to make this easy vegan version of Filipino scrambled eggs. It requires just 3 ingredients and is ready in less than 30 minutes! Filipino scrambled eggs are very simple to make, they’re essentially eggs with tomatoes and thinly sliced yellow onions. You may be thinking to yourself, “But eggs aren’t vegan!” Of course […]

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Vegan Filipino Scrambled Eggs

Mar 9, 2021

overhead image of vegan filipino pancit bihon with chicken in a wok with lemon

This Filipino Pancit Bihon is a staple at all of my family get-togethers. It is a rice noodle dish that is loaded with vegetables and served with a sprinkle of green onions and spritz of fresh citrus juice. It is packed with flavor and filling enough to serve as a main dish. It’s something that […]

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Vegan Filipino Pancit Bihon

Oct 17, 2020

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Vegan Lumpiang Shanghai (Filipino Spring Rolls)

Learn how to make the perfect vegan lumpiang shanghai aka Filipino Spring Rolls. It has the same exact taste and texture as the authentic recipe, but it is made with 100% plant-based ingredients. Let’s get cookin’! Lumpiang Shanghai is one of my favorite Filipino recipes. I made it my goal this year to finally put […]

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Jul 29, 2020

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Vegan Bistek Tagalog (aka Filipino Beef Steak)

Learn how to make a vegan version of bistek Tagalog, a Filipino dish comprised of vegan beef cooked in a tangy marinade with sliced onions. It’s hearty, packed with flavor and made with only a few simple ingredients. This post is sponsored by Samsung Home Appliances. Something that my mom and I have been doing […]

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May 1, 2020

close up vegan chicken afritada in a pot, soy curls

Vegan Filipino Chicken Afritada (Gluten-Free)

A veganized version of a popular Filipino dish made from vegan chicken stewed with tomato sauce and vegetables. It is packed with flavor, SO easy to make, and naturally gluten-free! Plus it tastes just like the classic dish, only vegan. It is perfect for meal prep or for serving a large crowd and is best […]

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Apr 17, 2019

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Vegan Pandesal (Filipino Bread Rolls)

A Filipino classic, made vegan! These soft, fluffy and perfectly sweet bread rolls are great for anytime of day. They can be enjoyed on their own or with sweet and savory fillings. Many of you have requested that I (Jasmine) share more vegan filipino recipes from my childhood and today I am making that happen! […]

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Apr 12, 2019

Vegan filipino garlic fried rice in a bowl with green onions and garlic on the side

Vegan Filipino Garlic Fried Rice aka Sinangag (3-Ingredients)

This vegan filipino garlic fried rice is easy to make, requires just 3-ingredients and is the perfect way to bring your day-old rice back to life.

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Mar 25, 2019

Vegan Filipino Adobo with soy curls! Gluten-free and easy to make in less than 30 minutes.

Vegan Filipino Chicken Adobo (Gluten-free)

A veganized version of a Filipino dish that is packed with bold flavors and is spot on to the classic recipe. This vegan filipino chicken adobo is easy to make and will be ready in about 30 minutes. With a marinade of vinegar, black peppercorns, bay leaves, and tamari, it has the perfect balance of sweet […]

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Oct 5, 2018

Vegan Kare Kare (Filipino Peanut Stew) + Bagoong

What a lot of my readers, and people in general don’t know is that one side of my family originated from the Philippines, and the other from Ecuador. Although I am not filipino in blood, I grew up with the culture. I grew up with only tidbits of the language, but with a majority of it’s […]

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Jan 12, 2015

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