How to make Halo Halo (Filipino Shaved Ice Dessert with Mixed Fruits and Sweet Beans)

Halo-Halo is a popular and deliciously refreshing Filipino dessert made with mixed fruits, sweetened beans, milk, and shaved or crushed ice topped with either caramel flan, purple yam jam or ice cream! Simply mix everything in a bowl or glass before eating. The combination of all these ingredients makes Halo Halo a very yummy concoction! So popular during the hot season, this cold dessert can cool you down during summer’s scorching days!

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3-Ingredient Mango Jam

Unbelievably easy to make, this yummy Mango Jam has only 3 ingredients. You’ll have a tasty spread for bread, topping for your appetizers, glaze for your meats, filling for your cakes and so much more in no time and for so little effort! Pure mango flavor without any preservatives or additives!

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Ensaladang Mangga (Filipino Mango Salad)

This Filipino Mango Salad (Ensaladang Mangga) combines sweet, sour, and salty fresh flavors from mangoes (both semi-ripe and sweet), tomatoes, onions, fresh lime juice and bagoong (fermented condiment). Often eaten as a snack, this also pairs well with grilled meats and seafood so it’s a great summer side dish!

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Easy 3-Ingredient Strawberry Sauce or Topping

Such an easy and deliciously versatile sauce or topping for desserts like cakes and ice cream, for pancakes and waffles and so much more! This strawberry sauce has only 3 INGREDIENTS,  so simple to make and is done in no time! Did I mention it’s so yummy, too?

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Chicken Inasal (Oven Roasted or Grilled)

This is seriously the easiest and tastiest chicken inasal recipe! Chicken Inasal is the Philippines’ famous barbecue or grilled chicken. The marinade made from vinegar, lemon and sprite permeates the entire chicken making it both tender and tasty. The basting sauce not only adds a vibrant color to the meat but also a lot of flavor that you’ll want to eat all of the chicken skin that gets so crisp and delicious! This can be roasted in the OVEN or GRILLED.

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