Filipino fruit salad recipes

Filipino Style Fruit Salad

Filipino Style Fruit Salad

Print Filipino Style FruitSalad Author. Filipino Prep time. The traditional version of fruitsalad in the Philippines consists mostly of canned fruits and sometimes fresh fruits like apples or mangoes mixed with cream, some cheese, and condensed milk
Filipino Fruit Salad

Filipino Fruit Salad

I think if I am not a Filipino I will be confused if someone tells me that the fruitsalad is a very popular dessert item in the Philippines
Salade de fruits congelés (Frozen Fruit Salad )

Salade de fruits congelés (Frozen Fruit Salad )

Luscious fruit provides a welcome salad in any kind of weather. Add fruit cocktail with syrup. 1 tablespoon (1 envelope) unflavored gelatin1/4 cup cold water2 cups fruit cocktail1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 cup heavy cream, whipped (or whipped topping)1/3 cup maraschino cherries Steps in preparation. 2 cups fruit cocktail
Fresh Fruit Salad

Fresh Fruit Salad

The Filipino version of the fruitsalad consists of these fruits, condensed milk, and table cream, making the dish a rich and sweet dessert
Fruit & Macaroni Salad

Fruit & Macaroni Salad

There are two more recipes of macaroni salads that we have, you can check them out - Sweet Macaroni-FruitSalad and Sweet Macaroni SaladFilipino Style
Buko and Fruit Salad (Young Coconut Meat Salad with Fruit Cocktail)

Buko and Fruit Salad (Young Coconut Meat Salad with Fruit Cocktail)

Buko Salad is one of the main stars in every Filipino occasions. While grandma was busy cooking the main dishes, my kuya and I would take charge of strolling to the grocery to pick up the ingredients up to the preparation of one of our most favorite after-meal treats, Buko and FruitSalad or Young Coconut Meat Salad with Fruit Cocktail
Buko-Mango Salad

Buko-Mango Salad

If the cherries are not available, red gulaman may be prepared as a substitute (the man-go can be substituted with other fruits)
Buko Salad

Buko Salad

Buko Salad is the Filipino variation of the fruitsalad, it is usually made out of mixed fruits, nata de coco, kaong (sugar palm), … Continue reading »
Mesa Filipino Moderne

Mesa Filipino Moderne

I’ve never had sinigang with these two fruits before so I was indeed very intrigued to know how the strong flavours would blend together
Kulinarya Cookbook Review and Tapa (Filipino Dried Cured Beef)

Kulinarya Cookbook Review and Tapa (Filipino Dried Cured Beef)

Some highlights include Pancit Luglog (Rice Noodles with Toppings and Sauce), Halo-halo (Mixed Fruits and Beans in Shaved Ice), Lumping Hubad (Fresh Vegetable Spring Roll), Singing na Baboy (Pork in Soured Broth), and Kare-kare (Ox Tail Stewed in Peanut Sauce)
Recipe: Stone Fruit Panzanella

Recipe: Stone Fruit Panzanella

I decided to put a sweet (Filipino) spin on that dish by crisping up some Ube bread from Leelin Bakery…
The Filipino-American Kitchen Cookbook Review and Shumai (Filipino Pork and Ginger Dumplings)

The Filipino-American Kitchen Cookbook Review and Shumai (Filipino Pork and Ginger Dumplings)

You will find traditional, authentic recipes like Hipon Rebosado (Battered Fried Shrimp), Halo-Halo (FilipinoFruit Sundae), Lumpia Shanghai (Shanghai Egg Rolls), Arroz Caldo (Chicken and Rice Prridge), and Pancit Guisado along with new twists on old favorites such as Lamb Casoy (Cashew Crusted Lamb Chops), Rainbow Trout Stuffed with Kabocha Squash and Water Spinach, Chocolate Brazo de Mercedes (Meringue Roll with Chocolate Cream), Adobong Pato a la Monja (Duck Adobo with Pineapple and Dates), and Saffron Rice with Chinese Sausage