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We have many delicious Filipino dishes to choose from. The most popular ones are:

- Adobo: This dish is usually made with chicken or pork, simmered in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, and pepper. It is a very common dish in the Philippines and is often served with rice.

- Sinigang: This is a soup made with tamarind broth and usually contains fish, shrimp, pork, or beef. It is often served with rice and vegetables.

- Lumpia: Lumpia are Philippine spring rolls, and they can be made with either a meat or vegetable filling. They are usually served as an appetizer or snack

.- Pansit: Pansit is a noodle dish that can be made with different kinds of noodles, meat, seafood, and vegetables. It is a very popular dish in the Philippines and is often served at parties and celebrations.

- Kare-Kare: This dish is made with a peanut sauce and usually contains beef or oxtail, vegetables, and shrimp paste. Kare-kare is typically served with rice and bagoong (a type of fermented shrimp paste).

To get you started, we've compiled a list of some common Filipino food and groceries that you may want to pick up on your next trip to the store:

-Rice: Rice is a staple of the Filipino diet and is served with most meals. If you're making a dish that requires rice (such as sinigang or adobo), be sure to pick up some long-grain rice for best results.

-Fish sauce: Fish sauce is an important ingredient in many Filipino dishes and gives them their signature umami flavor. If you can't find it at your local grocery store, it's also available online.

-Coconut milk: Coconut milk is used in both sweet and savory dishes and adds a rich flavor to any dish it's used in. Canned coconut milk is generally easier to find than fresh coconut milk, but both will work for most recipes.

-Vinegar: Vinegar is commonly used in Philippine cuisine as both an ingredient and a condiment. It's especially important in dishes like adobo and sinigang, where it helps balance out the flavors.

-Soy sauce: Soy sauce is another common ingredient in Filipino food. It's often used as a marinade or seasoning for meats or vegetables.

-Tofu: Tofu is a popular vegan alternative to meat in Philippine cuisine and can be used in many different dishes. Firm tofu works best for stir-fries and other cooked dishes, while soft tofu is typically used in soups or desserts.

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