The Easy Filipino Cookbook—your favorite Filipino foods made fast and easy
Filipino food is a versatile, adaptable cuisine, perfect for cooking and sharing with your loved ones. Each delectable dish is a labor of love—and a proud celebration of Pinoy culture. This Filipino cookbook makes home cooking quick and easy, bringing the flavors of the islands to your own kitchen.
The Easy Filipino Cookbook begins with an in-depth history of Filipino food as we know it, as well as culinary influences from around the world. These tasty and traditional Filipino recipes are also simple enough for any home cook and so delicious you'll feel proud to share with everyone. Kain tayo—let's eat!
The Easy Filipino Cookbook includes:
Regional recipes—This Filipino cookbook gives you a look into flavor profiles for dishes hailing from Luzon, Calabarzon, Bicol, Visayas, and Mindanao.
Pinoy prep—Discover essential tools, techniques, and ingredients for popular Filipino dishes, as well as adaptations for an electric pressure cooker or Instant Pot®.
Masarap menu—Cook your way through 100 easy-to-make, classic, and favorite Filipino dishes—including some yummy party menu inspiration to complete any celebration.
The Easy Filipino Cookbook is the quintessential guide to the unique sweet, sour, salty, and bitter flavors of the vibrant and diverse Filipino culture. Mabuhay!
About the Author
Roline Casper is a speaker, chef, philanthropist, and restaurateur. She received her culinary degree from Napa Valley Cooking School after successfully opening her restaurant, Roline’s Uniquely Filipino. Follow Chef Roline’s adventures on Instagram @rolinesunifil or visit her website, www.rolines.com.
“I needed Roline to write this cookbook. What a great job she’s done being a teacher with her cookbook. Filipino cuisine has always intrigued me, enticed me, and vexed me all at the same time. With all of its different influences, Roline summarizes Filipino cuisine beautifully, with an easy at-home approach. I can’t get enough of her Pancit recipes or eating her fresh Lumpia.” —Elena F. Sirignano, Executive Chef-Instructor Napa Valley Cooking School