Best Traditional Filipino Christmas Food

Here are the Filipino Christmas Recipes usually served during the Filipino Noche Buena Feast. Feel free to suggest more recipes for more options.

Pancit Bihon is a popular Filipino noodles made using rice noodles, meat and vegetables. This Filipino noodle dish is easy to make and always present in every Filipino occasion specially during Christmas dinner. 

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Lumpia Shanghai is a Filipino favorite party food. Great for potluck, parties or get together.

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This Ham is my favorite and it taste amazing as it looks. Beautifully caramelized Baked Ham with Pineapple and Brown Sugar Glaze.

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Baked Ham with Pineapple
Pineapple Ham
Chicken Hamonado
Pork Hamonado

Rellenong Bangus is a stuffed fish filled with it's own meat. It is a popular Filipino dish and considered a party dish. 


Embutido is a Filipino style meat loaf that is great for personal consumption and usually served on special occasion.

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Pork Embutido

Arroz Valenciana is a dish similar to Paella. It is often served on Christmas and other occasions. 

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Arroz Valenciana

Beef Mechado is made by stewing meat in tomato sauce with potatoes, carrots and bell pepper. It is similar to Kaldereta or Afritada because of the base ingredients used. 

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Easy Roasted Turkey Filipino inspired. Marinated in fish sauce, ground pepper, garlic powder and stuffed with lemon grass before roasting. 

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This meaty Filipino Spaghetti recipe is made with fried hotdogs and ground meat. Sweet and delicious. 

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Salads are usually served during Filipino gatherings such as fiesta, birthdays and Christmas. They are easy to make recipe and makes a good snack anytime of the day

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Filipino loves Lechon. Roasted in oven or turbo broiler or deep fried. See list below and click name to see complete recipe. 

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Empanada is a Spanish word meaning meat pie. It is a pastry filled with meat and vegetables and baked. Some do deep fry but I always liked it baked.


Filipino loves soup anytime of the day. This famous dish originated from a District in Iloilo City called Molo. Below are some of the Filipino favorite noodle soups. 

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