Filipino Pork Recipes for New Year’s Eve Celebration

December 31, 2012 (Last Updated: December 30, 2015)

Collection of the Best Pork Recipes for New Year’s Eve Celebration

From Arroz Valenciana to Adobo, barbeque, roasts, chops and fillets to ribs, if you are looking for Filipino pork recipes to cook this New Year, then you’ve found the right place!

Here are a list of the best Pinoy Pork Recipes for the New Year’s eve celebration.

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1] Filipino Adobong Baboy Recipe or Pork Adobo is a favorite Filipino dish and considered by many as the Philippine’s national dish because of its high popularity.  Read more:

crispy pata recipe2] Crispy Pata dish is deep fried pork legs ( Pata means Pork Feet in spanish ), a very delicious meal.  Read more:

3] Inihaw na Liempo is one of Filipino food recipes that is always present in most special occasions in the Philippines, like Birthdays, Christmas and New Year. Read more:

4] Sinuglaw recipe is a very popular appetizer dish in many restaurants in Cebu and Davao, ideal as pulutan. It is a mixture of Grilled Pork Belly or Sinugbang Baboy Liempo cut into small pieces and fresh Tuna with vinegar and vegetables. Read more:


5] Dinuguan is a Filipino savory stew of meat and offal with lungs, kidneys, intestines, ears, heart and snout then simmered in a rich, spicy dark gravy of pig blood, garlic, and vinegar. Read More:

6] Bacon Cheese Egg Cups Recipe, this delicious Bacon dish is very easy to prepare and cook. Read more:

arroz valenciana recipe7] Arroz Valenciana is great for Christmas, New Year, Fiestas, weddings, birthdays, and family get-together, you can also find this dish in many karinderia or turo-turo stores in the Philippines. Read more:

8] Puchero or Pochero Recipe is a delicious stew made from chicken, pork or beef. Here’s how to prepare Puchero or Pochero the Filipino way. Read more:

9] Pata Tim Recipe is a popular braised pork leg dish similar to paksiw na pata with out the vinegar.  Read more:

10] Bagnet is deep fried pork’s meat, the Ilocano version of Lechon Kawali, also known as Ilocano Chicharon Baboy.  Read more:

11] Humba Recipe is a sugar braised pork belly, another popular Filipino food originated somewhere in the Visayas and Mindanao regions. Read more:

litson paksiw recipe12] Filipino Lechon paksiw recipe or Paksiw na lechon is a simple and easy Filipino pork dish came from left over roasted pig.  It is a mixture of left over lechon meat cooked with letchon sauce, vinegar, garlic and some spices.  Read More:

13] Embutido is a Filipino style meatloaf.  It is one of the most favorite filipino dish. Embutido can be served as cold cuts; lightly pan a sliced pieces or fried the whole then sliced.  Read more:

siomai-recipe14] Siomai is a dimsum of Chinese origin which is loved by many Filipinos. One can order different kinds of siomai but the base is always pork.  Read more:

15] Pork Guisantes Recipe is a quick-to-prepare everyday dish and naturally, it’s best consumed with steamed rice. Depending on your taste, you may also want to have some patis (fish sauce) or toyo (soy sauce) for condiment to make the most of your meal.

Bacon Tempura Recipe16] Bacon Tempura Recipe is very easy to prepare and cook apart from that this piece of cured meat also contains Choline an important substance used by the brain for transmitting signals all throughout our body.

17] This golden and crispy crust Breaded Pork Chops Recipe is so moist, tender and the flavors are amazing. I got this recipe from my mother-in-law and she taught me that the secret to make this a delicious dish is to gently massage the seasoned salt to each pork chops.

Linat-an recipe19] Linat-an Recipe is a satisfying, filling and very delicious Filipino soup dish that is very popular in Cebu and Mindanao, it is simple and easy to prepare.

20] Cooking a delectable dish doesn’t always have to be difficult, sometimes it only requires a little time to make. Like in this dish that we are going to prepare, it is the Lumpiang Togue Recipe – such an easy dish with just a simple procedure to follow.

21] Sweet and Sour Recipe are famously known as a Chinese dish and the most popular versions are the pork, chicken and shrimp used as the main ingredient.  However, in this recipe we are going to prepare an equally appetizing and delectable dish as its famous counterparts, it is the Sweet and Sour Meatballs Recipe.

Pork Belly Tempura Recipe22] Pork Tempura Recipe is absolutely easy to make, serve it with your favorite dipping sauce.

23] Cheesy Bacon Bombs Recipe is made of cubed mozzarella cheese wrapped with lumpia wrapper then covered with Bacon slices.

24] Bistek is originally with beef because it is the Filipino version of the famous “Beef Steak” but you can substitute pork or fish.  In this recipe we will be using Pork Tenderloin instead of beef and name this dish Pork Bistek Recipe.

25] Chicharon Bulaklak Recipe is one of the Filipino favorite beer foods or pulutan. The pork mesentery and intestines are deep fried in oil.

lumpia shanghai recipe26] Lumpia Shanghai Recipe is a favorite finger food by Filipinos, influenced by the Chinese and originally called lunpia; it is a type of egg roll filled with meat. This is a very popular dish at most celebrations like weddings, birthdays, family reunions, and New Year’s Eve; it is made-up of ground beef, pork or chicken, minced garlic, onions, chopped carrots, and some spices and best combined with sweet or sour sauce.

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    Marilou Ayo
    December 23, 2015 at 9:34 am

    New year’s food

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    eliquid recipes
    May 14, 2015 at 6:26 am

    WOW just what I was searching for. Came here by searching for filipino pork recipes for new year\’s eve celebration

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    Tara Berke Torres

    January 5, 2013 at 12:23 am

    I love Filipino food! My first roomate in college was filippino, and I first learned of lumpia and adobo then. Since then, I’ve made more Filipino friends and live in a predominanty Filipino town!

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    January 4, 2013 at 12:03 am

    This Siomai sounds delicious. Thank you so much, for sharing your recipes.

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    January 3, 2013 at 11:59 pm

    This food sounds delicious. Thank you so much, for sharing your recipes.

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    Unsugarcoated Reviews

    December 31, 2012 at 10:03 am


    Happy New Year!

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