Monthly Archive: September 2016

1

Yam Samun Phrai

If you love som tam then you should also try this salad from Northern Thailand, the Yam Samun Phrai. Yam Samun Phrai like any Thai salads is a very tasty one, so tasty you...

3

The meatiest Burger I ever tried to date

I never review fast-food burgers but this American Muscle burger is so good it needs to have a footprint at Ang Sarap, it’s not just good but it’s so filling I guess it’s best...

8

Seafood Pasta al Cartoccio

Al cartoccio is the Italian counterpart of the French “En papillote” where dishes like pasta and seafood is wrapped tightly in a parchment pouch then baked. Original recipes or method uses parchment paper but...

4

Persimmon Loaf Cake

Several weeks ago a friend of mine gave me a big bag of persimmon, not really a fan of this fruit but in order for it not to go to waste I had used...

4

Kaeng Hung Leh

Kaeng Hung Leh, Hang Lay Curry or Burmese curry is a rich curry made with pork belly and spices and flavours like chillies, salt, shallots, shrimp, garlic, sweet soy sauce, turmeric powder and marsala...

9

Fried Okra

Fried Okra is a dish popular in the American South made with okra dipped in buttermilk, coated with corn meal and or flour then deep fried then served with different sauces like ranch. It...

5

Caldo de Res

Caldo de Res is a type of beef soup prepared with beef shanks and vegetables in a light tomato based soup, found in the cuisines of Spain and Mexico. I first encountered this on...