Filipino Food Below 50 Pesos (1 Dollar Recipes)

Here are some really simple, everyday Filipino food that can only cost a dollar (less than 50 pesos). If you plan to live in the Philippines (for example, Boracay Island) with only 1 buck per meal budget, then you are in the right place.

Here are some recipes (with pictures) of food you can easily fix at home:

More articles coming soon! :)

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Boiled Plantain Bananas (Nilagang Saging na Saba)

Boiled bananas, banana on a stick, and turon are only three of the most popular Filipino snacks. They are easy to prepare, filling, and truly Asian. See how we cook bananas here.

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I love Backyard BARBECUE (A Review)

Do you absolutely LOVE Barbecue? You can get them at this restaurant for a budget-friendly price. However, there are 2 things that may turn you off, so consider reading this review before splurging. Read the full article.

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Mongolian Food: A Must Eat in Boracay Island Veggies, seafood, meat, and spices all in a bowl. Have a real splurge on this all-you-can-eat authentic Asian food. Click on the link to read more about Mongolian Dinner Buffet, common ingredients you can choose from, and price range.

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On Beers and Bars The home of Beer Below Zero (draft and bottled). This place is located near the White Beach Path, with  restaurants, massage places, and hotels around it. Pros and cons, plus our rating!

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Starbucks: Location and Review Whether you’re in for a sumptuous snack or a relaxing cup of coffee, Starbucks will keep you company.  But there’s one thing that is quite a turn off about this place. Read the full article.

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Philippine Food | Local food you must try: Boiled Bananas.


Boiled bananas, banana on a stick, and turon are just three of the popular ways of preparing banana in the Philippines. See how we cook bananas here.

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Never been to this incredibly romantic Island before? See Boracay Photos Here.

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