Popular travel site lists Filipino recipes that showcase Philippines’ best cuisine

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Big 7 Travel lists 7 Filipino recipes created by renowned bloggers. Photos from Big 7 Travel.

Tourism website Big 7 Travel has listed Filipino recipes as its recommended dishes that showcase the diversity and versatility of the Philippines’ cuisine.

The “7 Brilliant Filipino Recipes From The World’s Best Bloggers” published by Big 7 Travel in May 2020 highlighted recipes that people around the world can cook at home while travel to the Philippines and other countries are still not feasible amidst the COVID 19 pandemic.

“The Philippines has a wonderfully diverse culture with food playing a key role and these brilliant Filipino recipes highlight that. Few cuisines are as delicious and diverse as Filipino food,” wrote Big 7 Travel.

“And, the best part is that the Philippine archipelago is so vast that you can often find different variations of the same dish. From classic dishes to vegan twists, these tasty recipes are some of the best food bloggers from around the world,” the article adds as it introduced the “Brilliant Filipino Recipes to Cook at Home”.

The feature is a part of “The 7 Best” series presented by the site’s editorial team aimed to be insider information to the best a city, region, or a country like the Philippines has to offer.

The Big 7 Travel directory for adventurous travelers or tourists brought Filipino culture into people’s homes by introducing these local favorites made by foodie bloggers:

  1. Adobo, by Gina Homolka
  2. Mechado Beef Stew, by Liren of Kitchen Confidante
  3. Bihon Pancit, by Caroline of Pickled Plum
  4. Filipino Breakfast Torta, by Jas of All That Jas
  5. Vegan Filipino Chicken Adobo (Gluten-Free), by Jasmine and Chris of Sweet Simple Vegan
  6. Kare-Kare, a guest post by Raymund from Ang Sarap for Nami’s Just One Cookbook
  7. Filipino Pork Adobo with Mango Salsa, by Team Tasting Table

Linked to each of these savory delicacies are the recipes made by these diverse bloggers. The three renditions of classic adobo are a testament to the dish’s versatility.

Filipino cuisine has been gaining more attention around the world. Classic favorites like turon, sisig, singing, and other Filipino dishes are being served in a 300-year-old Austrian hotel in Vienna.

In Seattle, a Filipino carinderia-style restaurant was given America’s Classics Award from the prestigious James Beard Foundation. Its signature dish is sinigang na panga ng salmon.

SEND CHEERS to people around the world who are bringing Filipino culture and food into their homes following the Big 7 Travel recommendations.

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