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Christmas in the Philippines is the world’s longest Christmas season, with Christmas carols heard as early as September and lasting until Epiphany, the feast of the Black Nazarene on January 9 or the Feast of the Santo Niño de Cebú on the third Sunday of January. The official observance is from 16 December with the beginning of the Simbang Gabi to Epiphany.
Christmas Eve (“Bisperas ng Pasko”) on 24 December is celebrated with the Midnight Mass, and the traditional Noche Buena feast. Family members dine together at around midnight on traditional yuletide fare, which includes: queso de bola (Spanish: “ball of cheese”), which is edam cheese) sealed with red wax; tsokoláte, pasta, fruit salad, pan de sall, relleno and hamón (Christmas ham).
Luncheon Meat Macaroni Salad Recipe is a flavorful macaroni salad, plus with the addition of Victorias Luncheon Meat adds a delicious meaty taste, I can say now that this is one of my salad favorites!
Basic ingredients for Luncheon Meat Macaroni Salad includes cooked “al dente” elbow macaroni, mayonnaise, cubed Victorias Luncheon Meat, ripe mango, cubed cooked carrots, chopped onions, orange segment, some cubed cheddar cheese, a little honey, you can add more if you like it sweeter and season it with salt and black pepper. You can also make this pasta salad with a similar tubular pasta, and serve it this Holiday season.
We used “Victorias Foods” brand luncheon meat because we find it more delicious compared to other local brands.
Here’s another Filipino recipe to prepare and enjoy. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Luncheon Meat Macaroni Salad Ingredients:
Inutak Recipe, we first saw this Filipino Kakanin dish while watching Saksi, a TV news program in the Philippines. We were curious because the host and those interviewed describe this dish as one of the best Filipino Dessert. We did some research and many are blogging about the premium version of this dish that came from Taguig, we also learned that Inutak is made from Sticky rice of “Galapong” with sugar, coconut milk and coconut cream then baked with charcoal fire just like the famous Bibingka.
I love Filipino desserts, especially those that are made from “Rice flour” like Kutsinta, Puto, Bibingka, Sapin sapin, Palitaw, Puto Bumbong, Butsi, Espasol and Ginataang Bilo Bilo. Some say it was named “Inutak because of its gooey, brain like consistency and the charred coconut cream topping looks like a charred brain. Many are also suggesting that you topped Inutak Recipe with Vanilla ice cream or Ube ice cream for a more heavenly taste.
We hope you will also love our version of Inutak Recipe, let me know if it needs some improvement by leaving a feedback below.
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