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

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Rabo Encendido

Rabo Encendido is a Cuban dish of oxtails cooked slowly with vegetables like capsicums, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes and onions spiced with allspice, nutmeg and chillies. Other modern versions include cocoa powder, celery, and chipotle...

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Porbidang Kangkong

Porbidang Kangkong is a popular dish in Bacolod made with kangkong leaves cooked in chillies and coconut milk. Think of it as a cleaner on the palate version of the laing, its similarly spicy...

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Bird on a Wire (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

We’ve been wanting to try this place for the longest time but every time we have a chance to do so something crops up not until now. We have friends to told us to...

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Miso Glazed Salmon

We are such lucky we live in a place where waters are very clean and in pristine condition hence we enjoy the best seafood our oceans and lakes have to offer, from the popular...

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Minna No Yakitori (Nara, Japan)

After a train ride from Osaka to Nara we stopped by on the Nara JR Station and saw this delicious looking chicken stand inside the building. It was still mid-morning but the scent and...

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Lime and Garlic Gurnard Fillets

Last week I saw these nice gurnard fillets at our fishmonger, usually they are expensive but this time the price was quite reasonable hence I grabbed some. It was an unplanned purchase hence I...

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Honey Soy Sriracha Spatchcock Chicken

Honey Soy Sriracha Spatchcock Chicken is a type of roasted chicken where the whole chicken is butterflied, backbones removed then marinated in a sauce made with garlic, soy sauce, Sriracha and honey. So what...

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Roza Monteroza Morinomiya (Osaka, Japan)

One of the best activities you can try in Japan is going in a karaoke, nothing can be more Japanese than singing in a restaurant while having some Kirin and Shabu Shabu, while its...

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Creamed Spinach

Creamed Spinach is a vegetable dish made with spinach cooked in a creamy sauce, a dish that is usually paired with any roast meats. For Filipino’s think of it as a Western version of...