Tagged: Mussel

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Crispy Tahong

Tahong (In Tagalog) or Mussels is a popular seafood in the Philippines due to the fact that it is very nutritious at the same time it is very affordable less than $2.00 a kilo...

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Curried Coconut and Seafood Chowder

Chowders and curries alone are considered to be rich and comforting dishes,imagine combining these two it would yield a really potent dish. Today you don’t have to imagine further as we will be making...

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Seafood Hotpot

This seafood hot pot is a simple recipe of mixed seafood like mussels, fish, clams, prawns, tofu and vegetables cooked in boiling hot water seasoned with dashi by diners. It’s one of the many...

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Tanpopo Ramen (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

Making a good ramen soup takes a lot of time, I know this fact as I tried making it at home and it literally takes hours just to get the broth right specially the...

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Seafood Chowder

Chowder is a type of soup usually flavoured with pork fat, milk and thickened with flour. There are different types of chowder and most of them uses seafood as its main ingredient. Some of...

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Thai Seafood Soup (Tom Yum Talay)

Thai soups are amazing, the perfect combination of sour, salty, sweet and spicy notes leaves you taste buds coming for more. This soup for example is a good representation of that definition, the sour...

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La Maison Blanche (Paris, France)

This is the place we had our first dinner when we were in Paris for our holiday, located near Notre Dame de Paris this is a tourist spot with lots of neighbouring restaurant. Having...

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Mixed Seafood in Oyster Sauce

I guess I will eat any seafood that is served in front of me (except for sea urchin), I love everything about them the taste, the texture, the aroma and the variety. Combine them...

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Pancit Malabon

Pancit Malabon, Pancit Palabok and Pancit Luglug, they all look alike and taste alike so what are the differences between these noodles? Well upon observations I guess here are the differences between them: Noodles...