Tagged: Rice

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Aligue Rice

Aligue is such a sinful ingredient, it’s delicious but it has its downsides, and like any delicious food items this is not for the health conscious as it is fatty and will give you...

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Chorizo Fried Rice

Fried Rice is popular in Asia likewise Chorizo is popular in Spain and Latin America, both can be enjoyed on breakfast that is why in Malaysia you have Nasi Goreng and in Philippines you...

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Lu Rou Fan

Lu Rou Fan is a type of rice dish made with marinated pork pieces slowly braised in soy sauce then topped with steamed rice. This dish is very popular in Taiwan, in fact it...

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Arroz ala Valenciana

Arroz ala Valenciana is one of the dishes back in the Philippines with a Spanish origin, it resembles a Paella but it’s not from the paella but from a similarly named dish. The Spanish and...

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Mushrooms & Pork Ribs Claypot Rice

I was never planning to make one of this but one of my friends made one and posted it in Facebook and since then I was craving badly for one. If I can still...

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Mango Sticky Rice

Mango sticky rice is a type of summer dessert made with glutinous rice, fresh mango, coconut milk, sugar and salt served warm or at room temperature. A dish that originated in Thailand but is...

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Pork and Dried Shrimp Congee

Congee is a type of rice porridge popular in Asia in fact this is similar to serving rice, pasta and tortilla where an array of meats and vegetables can be added to it. Congee...

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Ginataang Mais

Ginataang Mais is a type of Filipino snack made out of corn kernels, glutinous rice, coconut milk and sugar. Usually served during merienda but others have them for dessert. A close relative to creamed...

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Tteokbokki

Tteokbokki I guess is one of the most popular Korean dish after Kimchi and Bulgogi, it’s a traditional street food made out of soft rice cake, sliced fish cakes and sometimes boiled eggs served...

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Kalamay sa Latik

Of all the rice cakes in the Philippines this perhaps is the odd one out as most of them are served dry or with a dipping sauce where you can consume it just either...