Monthly Archive: June 2013

Ginataang Halo Halo 1 16

Ginataang Halo Halo

Guinataang Halo Halo or Binignit is a Filipino hot dessert / snack dish that is made out of different root crops (sweet potato, taro, yam and cassava), cardaba bananas , tapioca pearls, galapong (rice...

Inipit 17

Inipit

Inipit is a type of cake made out of two slices of sponge cake filled with a potato custard in the middle. The name inipit means “pressed” in English defining the way the middle...

Figs and Toasted Almonds Baked Brie 6 0

Figs and Toasted Almonds Baked Brie

A colleague of mine who once in a while shares her gardens produce had given me again another fruit and this time it was figs. When I went back home, I was thinking it...

Beef Gyros 9 14

Niu Rou Mien (Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup)

One of the cuisines that I am currently obsessed with is the Taiwanese cuisine, they have endless choices of really delicious and simple dishes, this one is a good example. A really hearty noodle...

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Guinataang Alimango at Langka

Philippines have an array of choices when it comes to seafood and vegetable curries, this one is one of the many variations and you have to trust me it is really good. This dish...

Honey Ricotta Filo Turnovers 7 15

Spinach and Mushroom Stir Fry

My constant hunt for easy and simple meat free vegetable recipes is quite challenging, especially for a carnivorous person like me but once you had found or created one it is so satisfying. This...

Baklava 3 10

Creamy Tomato Mushroom Spaghetti

I guess I had already mentioned before that in Philippines spaghetti is a big thing, it is a very popular dish that is never absent on occasions such as birthdays, Christmas dinner or fiestas....

Apple Cider Braised Pork 12 8

Sweet and Spicy Fish Balls

Fishballs is a staple street food in the Philippines, you see moving street hawkers with deep frying carts peddling it on most of the city streets during afternoons. Basically it is sold deep fried...