Finding British food in the Philippines is not easy and can be expensive. We publish only British recipes where the ingredients are available in the Philippines, Brits in the Philippines provide information where you can source the harder to find ingredients. Some recipes have been adapted to use alternate ingredients that are available in the Philippines.
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The Welsh Deli brings a taste of Britain to the Philippines. They provide a range of British food that was not available in the Philippines before, such as British sausages, pies, hams and back bacon. Everyone that has tried Welsh Deli products […]
Victoria Sponge Cake in a Halogen Oven Ingredients for Victoria Sponge Cake 4 eggs 225g/8oz self-raising flour See how to make your own. 225g/8oz caster sugar, plus a table-spoon extra for dusting the sponge 225g/8oz margarine or butter at room temperature […]
Sticky Toffee Pudding recipe It is very simple to make Sticky Toffee Pudding in the Philippines, most of the ingredients are easy to obtain apart from golden syrup, we have suggested where you can obtain this or you can use cane […]
You can cook Bangers and Mash in the Philippines, however it is not easy to find pork sausages, there are places that do sell pork sausages in the Philippines but not many, without doubt the best place to get pork […]
How to cook roast chicken and potatoes in a halogen oven An oven for many in the Philippines is a luxury, they are not cheap and many houses have kitchens built-in a way there is no room for an oven. […]
Can you make British style Pancakes in the Philippines? The answer is yes, and it is one of the easiest British foods to find the ingredients for in the Philippines. What you can not get is Jiff Lemon, but some […]
Homemade Ketchup adapted for the Philippines Below you can find a basic recipe for a homemade ketchup. There are many versions of this recipe, but you can always start with this basic recipe and adjust the taste according to your […]
THE INGREDIENTS Ensure that all your ingredients are at room temperature. self-raising flour. Not available in Philippines, see how to make. caster sugar 4 eggs, weighed in their shells equal weight of: butter 8-10 shots of your favourite gin 2 […]
Beef and ale stew with dumplings in The Philippines Ingredients For the stew 2 tbsp vegetable oil 1kg/2lb 3oz diced shin of beef (cut off the bone into large pieces) 2 sticks celery 2 carrots 2 large onions 3 cloves […]
How to make your own self-raising flour. Many recipes we are used to back home in the UK call for self-raising flour, in all my time in the Philippines I have not seen any self-raising flour. However it is not […]
How to make dumplings without suet It can be very difficult to find suet in the Philippines. There are a few places that sell suet. If you can’t find suet it is possible to make good dumplings without suit. Ingredients […]
Ingredients 225 g flour, plus extra for dusting 285 ml beer, cold (I find San Mig Light works best) 3 heaped teaspoons baking powder 900 g potatoes, peeled and sliced into chips Mushy peas (best to use fresh peas, but available […]