6 regional Filipino recipes you can try at home


Posted at Aug 15 2014 08:14 AM | Updated as of Aug 16 2014 10:40 AM

MANILA -- Looking for something new to prepare in your kitchen this weekend? Try these regional Filipino recipes.

Batanes' Uved Balls

One of the favorite dishes of the Ivatans, Uved Balls are made of ground flying fish and pork and minced banana pith.

Bicol's Tilmok

Tilmok is the Bicolano version of pinangat which mixes crab meat with coconut.

Cagayan's Pancit Batil Patung

Pancit Batil Patung is a very tasty noodle dish that includes carabeef, pork liver, miki noodles, chicharon, egg and vegetables.

Ilocos' Dinakdakan

Dinakdakan is a delicious recipe that uses pig parts (brain, etc.) blended with vinegar, fish sauce, peppers, onions, sugar and spices.

Iloilo's KBL

KBL, which stands for kadyos, baboy and langka, is a well-loved dish in Iloilo.

Quezon's Pinais na Hipon

Popular in Quezon province, Pinais na Hipon includes shrimp, garlic and coconut wrapped in camamba leaves and steamed.