Tagged: Soup

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Split Pea, Lentil and Barley Soup

Soup brings the sunny day on a cold winter night, it’s such a comforting meal when everything seems to be gloomy and dreary it just brings happiness and smile to everyone. I guess winter...

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Bas-Uy

Philippines consist of 7,600+ islands and each island is quite different to each other with 175 dialects at least 183 Ethnic Groups, I think this is one of the most diverse countries in the...

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Beef Doenjang Jjigae

Our recipe today is a Jjigae, a Korean communal dish typically made with meat, seafood, tofu and/or vegetables seasoned with Korean condiments like gochujang, doenjang, ganjang and/or saeujeot. This type of dishes is almost...

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Copycat Alley Restaurant Oxtail Soup

Back from my trip in Hawaii I saw this video Righteous Bites Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives hosted by Guy Fieri and one of the dishes he featured was this Oxtail Soup from the Alley...

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Tonjiru

If you love miso you will love this even better, it’s like a loaded version of miso soup -with thinly sliced pork, tofu, mushrooms and vegetable it has everything sorted for you. Tonjiru (豚汁,とんじる?)...

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Must Try Food in Japan

If I can list all the Japanese food I would but if we limit it to 18 items here is it. This perhaps this is quite the hardest Must Try Food list I have...

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Kinalas

Kinalas is a very popular dish in Naga City, a very hearty delicious noodle soup dish made with either beef or pork meat extracted near the bony parts like face or leg, brains and...

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Meiji Jingu Open Air Food Court

The last time I was in an open air food court was in SS2 back in Petaling Jaya in Malaysia, that was roughly 10 years ago and I missed that scene, the memories of...

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Linagpang na Bangus

Linagpang na Bangus is a simple dish of char-grilled fish then boiled on a simple soup of onions and tomatoes. It might sound so bland but the grilling process gives it a good flavour...