A traditional Filipino noche buena menu


Planning on a rather traditional Filipino Christmas spread? Here are some dishes you might want to add to the ubiquitous leg of ham and queso de bola.

1. Sotanghon soup with chicken and black fungus
2. Lumpiang ubod (heart of palm spring rolls)
3. Relyenong bangus (stuffed whole milkfish)
4. Kare-kare (oxtail stew in peanut sauce)
5. Chicken and macaroni salad
6. Fruit salad

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  1. Alisa says

    What is Christmas without these all time noche buena favorites. I love Chicken Sotanghon! Can you also recommend other fish dishes or recipes na di masyado ma-cholesterol? Salamat!

  2. Leah says

    This is not a good site to visit when you are on a diet as i am. The food looks so delicious and i am suddenly missing christmas in manila.

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