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8 Bitesized Recipes You Should Try at Home This Holy Week

Perfect for stay-at-home vacationers.

| April 13, 2017

8 Bitesized Recipes

You Should Try at Home

This Holy Week

By Tynne De Leon

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Staying home this holy week break? Make your staycation productive by trying these yummy Pinoy recipes from BiteSized. Trust us, they’re easy and completely meat-free!

8. Aligue Pasta

Aligue Pasta

Feeling crabby and shellfish? Maybe this can help you feel better.

Aligue Pasta | See full recipe in the comments.

Posted by BiteSized on Monday, December 12, 2016

In the mood for some great seafood? Try pairing the delicious Pinoy delicacy, aligue (crab fats) with pasta and satisfy your taste buds with its mouthwatering goodness.

See the full recipe here.

 

7. Nilasing na Talaba Sisig

Nilasing na Talaba Sisig

This talaba sisig is as drunk as you are in the holidays. Happy alcoholidays!

Nilasing na Talaba Sisig | See full recipe in the comments.

Posted by BiteSized on Monday, December 26, 2016

If you’re itching for a good pulutan with friends but can’t because of abstinence, this guiltless recipe is all you need. It’s a really tasty seafood sisig that you will definitely crave even on normal days!

See the full recipe here.

 

6. Fried Halo Halo

Fried Halo Halo

Halo halo, it’s me.

Fried Halo Halo | See full recipe in the comments.

Posted by BiteSized on Monday, January 2, 2017

This reinvented halo-halo is a unique meryenda treat to beat the heat. It’s easy to make and the kids will surely love this.

See the full recipe here.

 

5. 15-Minute Soy Garlic Baked Fish

15-Minute Soy Garlic Baked Fish

7 ingredients, 5 minutes to prep, 10 minutes to cook. Yummy dinner doesn’t get any better than this!

15-Minute Soy Garlic Baked Fish | See full recipe in the comments below.

Posted by BiteSized on Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Feeling lazy to cook for dinner? We got you, fam. This delish recipe can be done in just a jiff without sacrificing the taste.

See the full recipe here.