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Filipino Media Noche Recipes

Filipino Recipes for New Year Celebration

Many Filipinos celebrate the New Year using  firecrackers in spite of the ban because of blast accidents. The loud noises and sounds of merrymaking are not only meant to celebrate the coming of the New Year but are also cast out malevolent spirits.  Safer methods of merrymaking include banging on pots and pans and blowing on car horns. Folk beliefs also include encouraging children to jump at the stroke of midnight so that they would grow up tall, displaying circular fruit and wearing clothes with dots and other circular designs to symbolize money, eating twelve fruits at 12 midnight for good luck in the twelve months of the year, and opening windows and doors during the first day of the New Year to let in the good luck.

“Media noche”, is a spanish word that means literally, “midnight”.    On December 31, New Year’s Eve (“Bisperas ng Bagong Taon”), Filipino families gather for the Media Noche or midnight meal it is a feast that symbolize to the hopes of Filipinos for a prosperous New Year.

Filipinos believe that we should put as much food on the table for the Media Noche so that next year you will have food all year round.   Filipino Recipes Portal gather from our database of Filipino recipes our recommended Media Noche Recipes for your family.

Filipino new year recipes

Filipino Media Noche Recipes:

Celebrate the New Year with these easy Filipino recipes for the delicious and festive Media Noche.

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Ginataang Alimango Recipe

How to cook Ginataang Alimango

There are two popular kinds of crab here in the Philippines; it is the alimasag or blue crab which is a natural dweller of the sea and the alimango or mud crab which is often caught in mangroves and usually raised and cultured in ponds. Mud Crab meat has an exquisite sweet taste which is very appetizing than of the blue crabs and the most common way of cooking them is by simply steaming.

To make it more delectable, we are going to prepare Ginataang Alimango Recipe – it is a savory dish which translates to “crabs cooked in coconut milk”. Cooking this is very easy and once you tried this creamy Ginataang Alimango, you probably won’t eat the plain steamed crab the same way again. You may cut the crabs into two in order to make the crab meat absorb the coconut milk and you may also add some veggies like squash and long beans.

Cooking coconut milk with seafood is common in Filipino cuisine, here are a few of them Ginataang Gulay at Hipon, Ginataang Hito, and Ginataang Tilapia.

ginataang alimango recipe

Ginataang Alimango Ingredients:

  • 2 pcs Alimango (mud crabs), cleaned and cut into half
  • 3 cups coconut milk
  • 2 tbsps Canola oil
  • 6 Cloves of garlic, peeled and  minced
  • 1 pc onion, sliced
  • 1 pc bell pepper, sliced
  • 6 pcs Thai chili(siling haba) peppers, chopped (optional)
  • 2 tbsps ginger, sliced thinly
  • Green onions, sliced
  • 3 Cups kangkong (water spinach), separate the stems and leafy part
  • 1 Cup sitaw (string beans), cut into two inch pieces
  • 1 tbsp Patis(fish sauce)
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

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Igado Recipe

How to cook Igado

Igado Recipe is an authentic Ilocano delicacy from the northern part of the Philippines. It is made from strips of pork loin meat, pork liver – as the main ingredient and other pig’s innards such as heart, kidney and intestines. It is cooked with soy sauce and vinegar, sautéed with some spices along with carrots, red or green bell pepper, and green peas. Don’t use too much heat when cooking the pork liver because it can be rubbery in texture just put it in a medium low fire to make it tender.

This dish originated during the Spanish era and some say that the name Igado came from the Spanish term “Higado” which means liver.  Igado is like Menudo, ilocano style.

igado recipe

Igado Ingredients:

  • 1/2 kilo pork tenderloin, cut into strips
  • 1/2 kilo Pork liver, cut into strips
  • 1 cups green peas
  • 1 medium-sized carrot, cut into strips
  • 5 pcs garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 medium-sized onion, diced
  • 1 large red bell pepper, cut into strips
  • 5 pieces dried bay leaves
  • 7 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup vinegar
  • 1 cup water
  • 2 tablespoons cooking oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Watch How to cook Igado:


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