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Asian Summer Recipes

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What to cook this summer? I put together some favorite Asian summer recipes for the Memorial Day weekend and the coming hot months. Memorial Day, a moveable holiday, falls on the last Monday of May and marks the start of summer here in America.

However, most of these favorite Filipino recipes are enjoyed all year round in my sunny home country, the Philippines where tropical temperatures are consistently in the high 90s Fahrenheit up to 100 F degrees every day. We cooked accordingly when I was growing up back in my rural hometown Tarlac, adjusting to the climate. But now that I live in the States, I bring out my summer season recipes this time of the year till it gets chilly again in autumn.

I already anticipate the sultry heat will drive you and me out of the kitchen, and straight to the outdoor grill. So, I’ve lined up some favorite Filipino barbecues, burgers, plus salads, and sides to pair with. And of course, every meal must have drinks and dessert, so here are a few easy beverages and no-bake desserts.

Click on the recipe name under each photograph to get the complete recipe.

Have a safe and easy holiday weekend, folks. And here’s to a memorable summer for all of us.

Pork Barbecue On The Grill, Filipino-style


Barbecue Beef Ribs On The Grill


Chicken Barbecue Filipino-style 


Adobo Beef Burgers 


Grilled Salmon and Shrimps in Banana Leaves


Macaroni Chicken Salad with Pineapple 


Kinilaw of Shrimps with Mangoes and Chicharon


Green Mango Pickles


Thai Iced Tea 


Coconut – Lychee Daiquiri Cocktail


Meyer Lemon Frozen Margarita


Mango Refrigerator Cake


Ube – Purple Yam No-Churn Ice Cream



Notes on Nutrition: The nutrition information provided  in the recipe links is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and specific brands of ingredients used.

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