Low Calorie Filipino Foods

Low Calorie Filipino Foods
(Recipe Collection)

15 Recipes Created by FIREANDICEROSES

Each Filipino dish is less than 300 calories per serving.

Recipes in this Collection

Chicken Tinola
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Chicken Tinola

A light chicken soupSubmitted by MISS*KRISS

Carbs: 6.3g | Fat: 3.8g | Fiber: 2g | Protein: 10g | Calories: 97.1
NILAGA
Good 3.0/5
(1 rating)
NILAGA

FILIPINO SOUPSubmitted by LETTEL3TT3

Carbs: 4.6g | Fat: 6.5g | Fiber: 1.5g | Protein: 20.1g | Calories: 158
Adobo (Philipino Savory Chicken)
Incredible! 5.0/5
(3 ratings)
Adobo (Philipino Savory Chicken)

Decades ago a friend from the Philipines shared his family recipe with me. It quickly became a favorite with our family.Submitted by HEALTHYBIZ

Carbs: 4.1g | Fat: 1.6g | Fiber: 0.4g | Protein: 21.8g | Calories: 123.7
Filipino - caldareta or beef vegetable tomato stew
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Filipino - caldareta or beef vegetable tomato stew

Modified Filipino dishSubmitted by 10YEARSTOGETHER

Carbs: 19.8g | Fat: 8.9g | Fiber: 4.5g | Protein: 18.5g | Calories: 223.3
filipino bistek
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filipino bistek

Submitted by AKOTURBULENCE

Carbs: 6.4g | Fat: 11g | Fiber: 1g | Protein: 26.3g | Calories: 233.2
Filipino Style Chicken Noodle Soup
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Filipino Style Chicken Noodle Soup

Hot, soothing, filling, aromatic....filipino style chicken noodle soup. Great for when you have a cold, or just during the winter when you want something hot and simple for dinner.Submitted by SYLEALEEOSBORN

Carbs: 10.7g | Fat: 2.8g | Fiber: 0.1g | Protein: 9.5g | Calories: 105.7
Arroz Caldo
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Arroz Caldo

Submitted by FRAZGO

Carbs: 17.4g | Fat: 5.8g | Fiber: 0.6g | Protein: 12.6g | Calories: 173.2
Beef Sinigang
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Beef Sinigang

Submitted by JAN72476

Carbs: 12.2g | Fat: 11.6g | Fiber: 5.7g | Protein: 18.8g | Calories: 226.3
Pancit (Filipino Rice Noodles)
Very Good 4.6/5
(8 ratings)
Pancit (Filipino Rice Noodles)

Tasty Filipino recipe from my best friend's mom. Combines good proteins and lots of fresh veggies. Makes LOTS of portions, so its good for large groups or left over lunches!Submitted by CAZ_NJ

Carbs: 30.2g | Fat: 1.8g | Fiber: 2.3g | Protein: 20g | Calories: 222.3
Lumpia or Filipino Egg Roll
Incredible! 5.0/5
(3 ratings)
Lumpia or Filipino Egg Roll

This is one type of Lumpia (Tagalog for Eggroll-it's a Filipino Eggroll). I prefer using Ground Beef and Ground Pork but you can use the Ground Chicken or Ground Turkey along with the Pork also. I DO NOT COOK MY MEAT AND VEGGIES I prefer to mix them together in a bowl with the seasonings and then roll them in the Lumpia to a somewhat small size then deep fry them. They are more flavorful that way. You can cook it if you want to but it may not come out as well. I also prefer to use Chinese Yard Long Pole Beans cut into small diagonal pieces instead of regular Green Beans. I also use MSG in some of my cooking or otherwise known as Accent. It does help to bring flavors out in your cooking, but, this is optional for anyone else but me. I do not use regular Egg Roll Wraps. I prefer to use Lumpia Wraps(o'tasty spring roll wraps is the commercial name for them in the stores) which are larger and come in crepe thin slices. I also prefer to seal my wrappers with raw egg. It comes out better that way but you can use water-flour paste also. I also prefer to cut my veggies into tiny matchstick pieces. It's better that way in the Lumpia but you can do it anyway you want. For a dipping sauce you can use the Lumpia Sauce recipe below but in mine I turn it into a Sweet and Sour Sauce by making Annatto Water and adding 1/3 cup to the recipe instead of water, and 1/4 c crushed pineapples in juice. You can also mix in bits of bell pepper if you like. This is the Annatto Water recipe aka Achiote Water also: In a small heavy saucepan, heat the water over medium heat. Add the annatto seeds and cook, stirring constantly, until the water becomes a rich, orange-red color, about 5 minutes. Remove from the heat and allow to cool. Strain the water into a jar, discarding the seeds, and keep covered in the refrigerator. You can do the same thing using Oil to make Annatto Oil. I also prefer to use just the soy sauce and about 1/4 vinegar mixed with fresh, not cooked, garlic and onion diced up and crushed with a bit of black pepper or chili peppers crushed in as a dipping sauce. I also like to use 1/4 Fish Sauce(Patis) mixed with 1/2 Lemon or Lime Juice for dipping also.

Submitted by BOBBIY

Carbs: 13.2g | Fat: 3.9g | Fiber: 1.3g | Protein: 8.7g | Calories: 120.7
Lumpia (Filipino egg rolls) with Shrimp and Pork
Good 3.5/5
(2 ratings)
Lumpia (Filipino egg rolls) with Shrimp and Pork

Filipino Lumpia (egg roll) with favorites: Shrimp, Pork, Bean Sprouts, Cabbage and Carrots. Makes 30 Servings/RollsSubmitted by EJ8863

Carbs: 9.7g | Fat: 1.3g | Fiber: 0.3g | Protein: 5.4g | Calories: 65.2
Filipino Arroscaldo (Porridge)
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Filipino Arroscaldo (Porridge)

This is a great comfort food. My mother used to make it a lot and I've been craving it lately. At the moment, I am cooking some right NOW! Great thing about this recipe is that you can eat cold or hot. Awesome for cold weather or summer time. Submitted by CAMILLERIVERA

Carbs: 17.4g | Fat: 7.8g | Fiber: 0.4g | Protein: 8.2g | Calories: 175.2
Sinangag - Filipino Garlic Fried Rice
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Sinangag - Filipino Garlic Fried Rice

This is a Filipino breakfast staple with a twist to make it just a bit healthier by substituting real eggs for egg beaters and bacon for chicken/apple sausage and decreasing the amount of oil used. I hope you enjoy!! Submitted by AURORAKIDDER

Carbs: 44.5g | Fat: 7.9g | Fiber: 0.6g | Protein: 11.9g | Calories: 299.9
Filipino Pork Menudo
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Filipino Pork Menudo

This is a Filipino pork and tomato stew, protein packed with pork and garbanzo beans. It is traditionally made with pork liver, omitted here for health reasons. If you would like a sweeter stew, add 1/2 cup of raisins during the stewing process.Submitted by REDSTRINGSOUL

Carbs: 22.4g | Fat: 14.1g | Fiber: 4.1g | Protein: 12.8g | Calories: 265
Pancit Pangasinan or Filipino Rice Stick Special
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Pancit Pangasinan or Filipino Rice Stick Special

This is another type of Pancit Noodles that are eaten mainly in the Pangasinan and Manila areas of the Phillipines. These are always a special treat along with Lumpia at all Holidays and Parties and Family Get Togethers. I prefer using the Chinese Yard Long Pole Beans in this but you can use the Green Beans. I don't use the Red Peppers in mine but you can if you like. I think it tastes better without them. I love to have Lemon or Calamansi Juice mixed with Fish Sauce or Patis over mine when I eat it. It's also very good without the sauce to top it. Try it. You may like it. Submitted by BOBBIY

Carbs: 19.1g | Fat: 7.2g | Fiber: 2g | Protein: 9.1g | Calories: 174.9
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