Food and Drinks

Bring Something Different to

The Potluck Table With

These Food Ideas

by Anne Marielle Eugenio, December 19, 2019 2:50pm

Art by Dani Elevazo

Food and Drinks

Bring Something Different to The Potluck Table With These Food Ideas

by Anne Marielle Eugenio, December 19, 2019 2:50pm
Art by Dani Elevazo
 

Festive holiday tables are a tradition of the typical Filipino Christmas. That being said, we can almost guess what your friends will bring to a potluck party—lechon manok, a palabok tray, lumpiang shanghai—but that can change. We’re here to help you bring something different to the table.

Lumpianiza by Pop's Original Lumpianiza

Lumpiang Shanghai is a MUST during parties. We can expect someone to bring your favorite spring rolls. But you can always add a twist to it. Pop’s Original Lumpianiza has “gourmet lumpia” that comes in different flavors: hamonado, cheeseburger, and beef taco to name a few.

 
 
 
 
 
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Chocolate-Covered Potato Chips by Spud Buds PH

Chips are great appetizers but does covering it with chocolate make it count as a dessert? You decide with Spud Buds PH’s offering of a different twist to potato chips as they cover it with just that. The fusion of salty and sweet begs for you to give it a try.

 
 
 
 
 
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Vegetable Salad with Dressing by Whisk

As with every Pinoy party, we can expect lots of meat dishes at our potluck parties; so why not throw in something fresh and healthy on the table? Vegetable salads are easy to make, especially if you found the perfect dressing. Whisk, a local brand of dressings, dips, sauces, will help you find the options for your salad.

 
 
 
 
 
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Kimbap by C.U. Meal Box

It’s not a celebration without rice on the table. But instead of the usual cauldrons of rice, Korean restaurant C.U. Meal Box can make mouth-watering kimbap you can bring to your party. You can have a Korean twist to your Filipino gatherings.

Veggie Sisig by Veggie Guys

If you’re looking for pulutan, sisig will save you from the trouble. Sisig from Veggie guys will also save you from high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Instead of pork, tofu is the main ingredient for a guilt-free eat.

Party Trays by Rustic Mornings

Having difficulty in choosing what to bring to your potluck but don’t want the usual? Rustic Mornings narrowed down your options to yummy dishes that come in trays. There are Spanish Callos, Seafood Paella, Tinapa Burrito, and many others.

Fruited Cakes by Lia’s Cakes in Season

Desserts should never be absent on every occasion. But if you’re tired of the usual cakes and fruit salad, Lia’ Cakes in Season have fruity flavors: avocado, mango, strawberry, banana, calamansi, and even durian and chico!

 
 
 
 
 
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We wish all the new and best for your tummies and taste buds. You can also opt to have a vegan-friendly celebration! Regardless, have a prosperous and meaningful potluck party this Christmas.

 
 

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