Ang Sarap (A Tagalog word for "It's Delicious") Blog

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Beef Doenjang Jjigae

Our recipe today is a Jjigae, a Korean communal dish typically made with meat, seafood, tofu and/or vegetables seasoned with Korean condiments like gochujang, doenjang, ganjang and/or saeujeot. This type of dishes is almost...

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Ube Mamon

Ube Mamon is a type of mini sponge cake made eggs and ube, a combination of two Filipino merienda favourites, the ube and mamon. Ube for those who does not know, is a type...

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Kalua Pig

If there is one feast food that is really easy to prepare but still looks festive then nothing can beat Kalua Pork / Kaula Pig as this just contains two ingredients with a very...

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Windmill and Co (Brisbane, Austalia)

In most airports worldwide after you have passed through security gates you will be presented with a plethora of shops and restaurants, some examples are Hong Kong International Airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport, Singapore Changi Airport...

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Buttered Vegetables

Perhaps this is the simplest side dish you can ever make, just choose any vegetables you like, cook them then dress with melted butter. It’s not just the simplest but it can easily accompany...

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Yosenabe

The last time I had one is in a karaoke bar in Osaka early this year, it was winter there and this was one of the most appropriate dishes to have. The easy preparation...

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The Ship Inn (Brisbane, Australia)

I have my fair share of travel in Australia, with my current job, I have the opportunity to travel there once in a while. While Australia is a very safe country, when I see...

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Roasted Eggplant Shakshuka

Shakshuka in its most basic form is just a dish of tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions where eggs are poached on top of it prior to serving. It does not end there though, as...

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Harajuku Gyoza (Brisbane, Australia)

This year has been crazy for me in terms of travelling, with a mixture of work and personal travel since January I was out of the country for 5 times. Japan, Hong Kong, Hawaii...