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

0

Mrs Fields (Central, Hong Kong)

Back during the days when I travel via ferry from Wan Chai Ferry Pier to Star Ferry Pier on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong I was always tortured by the smell of freshly...

3

Tulapho

Last Friday we posted a simple dish of Stir-Fried Choy Sum with Minced Garlic and what’s best to pair that with is this simple Crispy Fried Pork called Tulapho, so what’s special about it?...

1

Stir-Fried Choy Sum With Minced Garlic

Stir-Fried Choy Sum with Minced Garlic is one of the simplest Asian side dish you can make, it’s so simple you can make this every day without adding to much effort on your side....

0

Maxim’s Cakes (Tai Wai, Hong Kong)

What’s the difference between Asians and Westerners in terms of cake preference? First are the flavours where Asians prefer unique ones like matcha, ube, taro, fruits but done in a mild way while Westerners...

3

Ngohiong

Ngohiong is a deep-fried battered rice-paper roll filled with singkamas (jicama), ubod (coconut palm heart), minced pork, minced shrimps, garlic and onions seasoned with Chinese five-spice powder served with a sweet, sour and spicy...

0

Cafe De Coral (Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong)

This was my go to restaurant back during the days, it’s like fast food at the same time home style, it’s a mix of both worlds, getting what’s best on each of them. Yes,...

1

Ginger Scallion Sauce

Ginger Scallion Sauce is a sauce made from finely minced ginger, spring onions / scallions, oil and salt, though this sauce is not popular as it may seem but it usually accompanies a lot...

6

Tapioca Pie

When we visited Hong Kong early this year we dined in once at McDonald’s and there we met a black bun burger and the taro pie, it was our first time to try it...

1

Jollibee (Mongkok, Hong Kong)

Ranking #3 as the best fried chicken stores in America is a great achievement and it means one thing, this place knows how to make delicious fried chicken. Back home I understand how they...

4

Bakwan Jagung (Indonesian Corn Fritters)

Bakwan (Fried Vegetable), Bakpao (Meatbun), Bakso (Meatball), Bakmie (Meat Noodle), and bakpia (Mung bean pastry), what does “bak” mean on these Indonesian dishes? Why do they all start with “bak”. From our last recipe...