Tagged: Seafood

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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...

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Uncle Man’s (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

We just stumbled upon this place after looking for somewhere to eat in K’Road, initially we thought of having some kebabs but it looks like the skewered meats that we saw on the spit...

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Mixed Vegetables in Claypot with Squid

Mixed Vegetables in Claypot with Squid is a vegetable dish from Hong Kong where vegetables like cauliflower, broccoli, bok choy and mushrooms are cooked in claypot with rehydrated dried squid. This is the simple...

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Banh Xeo

Bánh Xèo or when literally translated “Sizzling Cake” is a Vietnamese style crepe / pancake prepared with rice flour, turmeric, pork, shrimps and a variety of vegetables like spring onions and bean sprouts. It...

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Squid with Olives and Butter Bean

One of the best things about squid is that it can be cooked really quick which means you can have a dish prepared in no time. This dish that I adapted from Jamie Oliver...

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Popcorn Shrimp

Popcorn Shrimp is a type of deep fried breaded and/or battered shrimp seasoned with spices and served with different dipping sauces. Though the origins of this dish is not documented it generally agreed upon...

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Sardines with Misua

I know you have seen a lot of fancy Filipino dishes in this blog but once in a while I post down to earth dishes like this, it’s one of the common dishes we...