Tagged: Seafood

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Te Matuku Oyster Festival

The only thing that could be better eating than fresh, juicy and plump oysters is having them on Waiheke Island! Come along to the world-famous Te Matuku Oyster Festival at midday on Saturday 5...

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Squid Sisig

Sisig is one of the popular pub food in the Philippines usually made with pork innards served on a sizzling hot plate and dressed with pork brains it is not for everyone especially to...

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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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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...

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Fishball Laksa

I made laksa before and it was quite some time now since I made again, I think because I already found restaurants that make laksa the way I like it, places like Uncle Man’s,...

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Seafood Teppanyaki

One of the easiest mixed seafood dish to prepare is this Seafood Teppanyaki, made out of mixed seafood like fish, squid, scallops, mussels, clams and any seafood you can think of, it is just...

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Spanish Meatballs with Clams, Chorizo & Squid

A lot of Filipino dishes have a close resemblance to the Spanish cuisine primarily because of our history, the use of tomato sauce, pork, chorizo, capsicums, sautéed garlic and onions are the evidences of...

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Coffin Bread

Coffin Bread, what a name for a food. Well do you know why is it named like such? Well the real deal apparently looks like a coffin. So what is it? Coffin Bread or...

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Shimu Yu

Shimu Yu or Milkfish Soup is a Southern Taiwanese specialty where milkfish is cooked in a wonderful broth infused with ginger, miso and scallions. Imagine this to be somewhere between pesa and sinigang sa...

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The Endless Varieties of Adobo

What is this Philippine Adobo? Have you even tried it? Well Adobo for starters is the Philippines national dish and it is usually made with pork or chicken stewed in soy sauce and vinegar...