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

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Pinatisang Manok

Like you I think I am also confused on what’s the difference between Tinola, Pinatisan and Nilaga, as you can see they all look alike so what’s the difference? Well I will clarify this...

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Corn Bread

Cornbread is a type of quick bread made with cornmealand leavened with baking powder. There are many types of cornbread but on its simplest and traditional form wheat flour and sugar is a no...

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No1 Pancake (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

It is called “Jeon” in Korea but you don’t have to travel all the way there just to try it, if you’re in Auckland just go to the CBD in the corner of Wellesley...

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Cheese Pimiento

Back in the days mom used to make a lot of this for our baon (lunch box), she opts for the home made ones as it is more economical during the days and avoid...

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Crispy Pritong Baboy

Yeah I admit sometimes I am lazy to make a proper meal and like most Filipino’s out there we have this as a solution, Pritong Baboy. This dish is so easy to prepare all...

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Chicken Pot Pie

This classic American food has been comforting a lot of us for ages, a simple dish made usually with leftover meat prepared with vegetables and a starchy sauce like gravy or mushroom soup enclosed...

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Banzai Restaurant (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

This small place is a hidden gem, tucked in Dominion Road together with other popular restaurants, this place is a must visit for those Japanese lovers out there. Located in a compound where small...

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Scrambled Bagoong Egg

One breakfast morning the wife made this, it was smelly (fragrant for Filipinos) and it was good. With just a simple addition to your normal scrambled eggs the boring usual breakfast item becomes amazing...