Celebrate the start of 2018 with these delicious Filipino Media Noche food! It’s one thing to have a whole table of food during the new year but it’s another thing to have every member of the family help out with the prep and cooking.
No matter how big or small your Media Noche might be, the most important thing is to spend it with the people you love! Make the start of your new year filled with hope.
Happy New Year, Team Typist! Welcome to 2018!
1. Lumpiang Shanghai
Lumpiang Shanghai makes a great Media Noche food item because it’s easy to make and is the perfect finger food for all ages. Don’t forget to pair these fried spring rolls with sweet and sour sauce!
2. Lechon Kawali/Lechon
Step aside, diet. It’s lechon time. Lechon can get a bit expensive so you can opt for the simpler lechon kawali or the Ilocano-style bagnet.
Media Noche food shouldn’t just be the food you can eat once every year. Familiar food items are always great on the menu so bring out the pork and the marinade and grill until the start of the year!
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Pansit or any noodle dish is a must on that menu of Media Noche food. Old folks believe that noodles at the start of the year are the key to long and lasting lives.
What do you when you're craving for Jolly Spaghetti which you can't find anywhere in your continent? Well, you cook your own! 😉 Aside from the pasta, this tasted 99.99% Jolly Spaghetti. The hotdog was different too but it tasted just as good. Thank you, internet and amazing people who discovered the recipe and posted them online. You're heroes! 👊🏼 On the second picture, you can see the "healthier" version that the V made (of course, as usual). 😜 That should be what I'm eating too, right? 😅 To my future children, I'm so sorry but your definition of a "spaghetti" would be so different. I'm sure your father will feed you the "healthier spaghetti". 😁
Molo is the wonton soup dish of Filipino cuisine. Not sure why it only appears during the new year though but the cold season needs some warm soup anyway so try this one for your Media Noche menu!
Yep, the leftovers from Christmas. Or you can go buy another one at the supermarket, we won’t judge.
Media Noche won’t be complete without a giant platter of siomai or sushi! It’s all about the finger food. You can reserve a platter from your favorite siomai or sushi resto to save some time to make other amazing Media Noche food!
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8. Ube Halaya
Celebrate the rise of the ube flavor this 2017! All hail the purple yams!
9. Mango Float
Mango float for Media Noche dessert? Always a good idea.
10. Beef Caldereta
They say no Media Noche is complete without Beef Caldereta. This classic Filipino Media Noche dish is a hefty tomato-based beef stew complete with vegetables, potatoes, and even beans. Sure busog.