The two-month-long quarantine (and counting) has made us spend more time in the kitchen, whether by necessity or out of boredom. Google Philippines revealed the top 10 most Googled recipes Filipinos looked up in April 2020, and these are the dishes that topped the list.
Did you make them at home, too? Here are the top 10 recipes:
There's never a shortage of ways to make carbonara. We have the classic carbonara recipe, of course, but you can level it up by making sisig carbonara, carbonara with mushroom bacon, vegetarian carbonara, and luncheon meat carbonara.
2. Maja Blanca
There are tons of recipes you can do with a simple pancake mix. Besides fluffy pancakes, you can also make mini doughnuts a la Lil' Orbits, pancake cereal, and tiramisu pancakes.
4. Banana Cake
Banana cakes are a great recipe to start with if you're new to the kitchen. If you're looking to add this to your quarantine buck-eat list, try these recipes: no-bake banana cake, coffee banana bread, and banana cake with salted cream cheese frosting.
This cheese puto recipe is actually one of the most popular recipes on Yummy.ph! For those who want to step up their puto game, they also have a corn puto recipe, leche flan puto recipe, puto calasiao recipe, and, if you want to go big, you can go for a puto cake recipe, too!
7. Leche Flan
Leche flan is one of the easiest Filipino desserts you can make, plus it's a versatile dessert, too! You can make your leche flan experience extra special with these recipes: ube leche flan cupcake recipe, leche flan cheesecake recipe, cream cheese leche flan, and ube leche flan suman recipe.
Now it makes sense why photos of bread have been flooding our social media feeds! If you want to join the bread club, here's how to make the classic Filipino pandesal at home and the malunggay pandesal, too.
9. Chicken Curry
Looking for a different chicken recipe? Chicken curry is the way to go! Check out the chicken curry stir-fry recipe, easy Indian chicken curry, chicken curry empanada recipe, and chicken curry noodles recipe.
10. Dalgona Coffee
Instant coffee, sugar, water, and milk are all that you need to make Dalgona coffee. But you can definitely switch the ingredients up to make different Dalgona beverages. You can replace instant coffee with matcha or even replace the milk with chocolate! Be creative!
According to the report on GMA News Online, people also searched for Dalgona coffee recipe instant coffee, puto pao recipe, and how to make condensed milk cake. These keywords spiked up to more than 5,000%. Searches for sotanghon guisado recipe likewise spiked up to 3,250% and recipes for bread and cakes skyrocketed, too, but did not make it to the top 10 list.
*This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.