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Our 15 Recommended Food for Noche Buena

Filipino Christmas Food

It is just but a few days before Christmas and we have prepared a list of our favorite recipes that will surely make your Noche Buena table delectable and festive.

This year’s collection of Christmas savory dishes is a mix of new recipes and traditional all-time favorites. But all of them are easy enough to prepare that will make your holidays hassle-free.

Pata Tim

A popular Filipino-Chinese dish of braised pork leg or hock that is cooked long and slow until the meat becomes fork-tender with a perfect sweet-savory sauce that goes with it.

pata tim recipe

No-Egg Carbonara

Eggless yet deliciously rich and creamy. This easy Carbonara recipe that is done in no time at all!

Easy Carbonara Recipe

Chicken Teriyaki

Crispy chicken skin and tender juicy meat in sweet-savory homemade teriyaki sauce.

Get this real simple Teriyaki Chicken recipe. It can never get easier than this! | www.foxyfolksy.com

Sipo Egg

A Kapampangan dish of quail eggs cooked with shrimp, peas, carrots and ‘singkamas’ (jicama or mexican turnip) in a thick creamy and savory white sauce.

Kapampangan Sipo Egg Recipe | Foxy Folksy

Beef Caldereta

A spicy tomato-based beef stew with vegetables cooked low and slow until meat becomes tender and juicy.

Beef Caldereta

Chicken Macaroni Salad

Loaded with shredded chicken, onions, carrots, and bell peppers. With a little sweet surprise from raisins and pineapple tidbits.

Easy Chicken Macaroni Salad Recipe

Steamed Fish with Mayonnaise

Level up your simple steamed fish into this colorful and tasty Steamed fish with Mayonnaise!

Level up your simple steamed fish into this colorful and tasty Steamed fish with Mayonnaise recipe! | www.foxyfolksy.com

Oven-baked Baby Back Ribs in Beer

Oven-baked baby back ribs in beer makes for oh so tender and juicy ribs that they literally fall-off-the-bone.

Garlic Mushroom and Baby Potatoes

So simple and very easy to make with elegant results that make for a delicious side or appetizer.

Garlic Mushroom and Baby Potatoes Recipe by Foxy Folky

Chicken Cordon Bleu

Learn the secret on how to make this the perfect Cordon Bleu with crispy outer breading and juicy chicken inside!

Make these delicious Chicken Cordon Blue. Fried to perfection with crispy outer breading and juicy chicken inside! | www.foxyfolksy.com

Pork Asado Kapampangan

The traditional Pork Asado Kapampangan, a rich tomato-based dish, slow-cooked to perfection.

Try this special Pork Asado Kapampangan recipe from my hometown for a traditionally delicious Filipino dish.

Filipino Spaghetti

Special Filipino Spaghetti with corned beef, mushrooms, banana ketchup and lots of cheese and let’s not forget the hotdogs!

Filipini Spaghetti

Stuffed Baked Mussels

Simply baked mussels stuffed with garlic-bechamel sauce and oozing with melted cheese.

Stuffed Baked Mussels

Embutido

A Filipino meatloaf made from ground pork made flavorful with onions, carrots, bell pepper, relish, and raisins. With egg and sausage filling to make it more special.

Embutido

Baked Sweet Potato Cubes with Parmesan

These baked sweet potato cubes with Parmesan are so good and effortless to make! The sour cream with chives dip is but a welcome bonus.

Baked Sweet Potato Cubes with Parmesan and Sour Cream-Chives

Bebs

Bebs here! I love to cook and try new things and DIY projects! And although I think of myself as a homebody, I like seeing other places from time to time.
If you are looking for a recipe and it ain't here, make a request and I will try my best to make it for you!

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  1. Hi Bebs,

    I am UK born and bred but my girlfriend lives near to Kapitangan in the Philippines. She has told me how to cook several delicious Filipino dishes and they are a regular part of diet now. I love your website and your 15 Noche Buena dishes are truly magnificent and have my salivary glands working overtime, lol. I am on a low-fat, low-salt diet following heart bypass surgery and sadly I must always remove skin and fat whenever I cook chicken, pork and beef. I will, however, still cook most of your Noche Buena recipes and they will supplement my already very exciting culinary tastes. Thank you so much for your wonderful website and I always wait impatiently for your next emails to me.

    Thank you such a lot, George.

    1. Hi George, that is such a nice comment. I am happy you are loving our Filipino dishes and I am sorry to hear about your restricted diet due to your condition. I can imagine how difficult it must be but you can still follow some of the recipes just less the fat and skin. 😉 Maybe you could also try one of my fave dish, Hainanese Chicken. It is not of Filipino origin but is also getting popular around here. It is really not that complicated to make and taste great even though it has lesser salt.

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