Monthly Archive: April 2014

Grilled Skirt Steak 1 13

Grilled Skirt Steak

I never had used this part of beef before on grill because it is often labelled here in New Zealand as a stewing or casserole meat, meaning it’s a tough cut of beef but...

Dinakdakan 2 13

Dinakdakan

I spent 2 1/2 years of my college life in Baguio a mountain city located in the Northern Part of the Philippines which is a part of the Cordillera Administrative Region and located just beside Ilocos...

Malaysian Style Steamed Fish  1 6

Malaysian Style Steamed Fish

This dish was inspired by a popular KL dish called Steamed Fish Head in a place called Happy Garden. I saw this dish before when I worked there and I still remember people queue...

Braised Beef Shanks in Preserved Lemons 1 0

Braised Beef Shanks in Preserved Lemons

Preserved lemons is a popular food item in North African cuisines, a common ingredient in dishes like tagine and even salads. This excellent ingredient are made by pickling the lemons in salted water and...

Insarabasab 2 8

Insarabasab

Insarabasab, Sarabasab or Ilocano Style Sisig is an Ilocano dish made out of chopped flame grilled pork mixed with chillies, onions, vinegar and other spices. The name of this dish came from the word...

Burger Steak  1 10

Burger Steak

Salisbury steak or Burger Steak (that’s what we call it in Philippines) is made out of minced meat shaped to mimic steak drenched in a brown gravy commonly topped with mushrooms. A dish invented...

Garlic Bread  1 0

Garlic Bread

I already had posted several pasta dishes but I haven’t written something about its simple but perfect partner, the Garlic Bread. Garlic Bread or Garlic Toast is typically made out of bread topped with...

Poqui Poqui 1 0

Poqui Poqui

This dish looks funny and even sounds funny (for Filipino’s it even sounds funnier) but don’t be deceived by its looks as this is one amazing eggplant recipe, it’s simple but it rocks! It’s...

Japanese Mushroom, Tofu and Vermicelli Soup 1 11

Japanese Mushroom, Tofu and Vermicelli Soup

When I tried this recipe I was surprised, it was so damn tasty the umami flavour lingers in your mouth it becomes so addictive, honestly I can replace any chicken soup with this one....