It’s not a Filipino party if you don’t see platters of fried lumpias, pancit, sweet spaghetti and, of course, inihaw dishes on the table. Whether it’s pork and chicken barbeque, inasal na liempo, or inihaw na tilapia – their roasted and juicy flavor is what makes us excited whenever our titas say “Kain na!”
For your next holiday party, cook these inihaw recipes and bring them for your christmas potluck. We guarantee that you’ll be getting some compliments from your titos and titas!
Inasal Na Liempo
A typical liempo is cooked with the usual salt and pepper combo. With this easy recipe, you can have your grilled liempo bursting in flavors in just minutes. Cook it in inasal style with an instant marinade then serve with paki salad on the side.
Inihaw Na Pla-Pla Sa Gata
One of the traditional inihaw dishes Filipinos have is Inihaw na Pla-Pla. In this recipe, we added a new take to your typical grilled Pla-Pla and cooked it in coconut milk, adding creaminess and flavor to the dish.
Grilled Ensaladang Talong With Tinapa
Offer something light and healthy on your holiday table and prepare this grilled eggplant salad with tinapa. The secret to its unique flavor is the salted eggs and a drizzle of honey calamansi dressing!
Pinoy Pork BBQ and Chicken Liver BBQ With Java Rice
What goes together on stick? Pork and chicken liver. Grilled together, they make an amazing complementing flavor. Serve them with java rice on the side, making your barbeque meal complete!
Grilled Pesang Tilapia
Traditionally, Pesang isda is boiled in a broth of rice washing and ginger. We add a different take on how we want our Pesang Tilapia to be cooked. Instead of boiling, we had our fish be grilled which adds another layer of flavor alongside the broth.