Ang Sarap (A Tagalog word for "It's Delicious") Blog

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Pinoy Style Glazed Ham

In Philippines the Christmas tradition is we celebrate the eve of Christmas basically having a feast after the Christmas Eve Mass and serve whatever money can buy at that midnight. Usually most family members gather together and have this feast called “Noche Buena” where dishes like our post today the...

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Pinaso

Pinaso, a Bulakenyo dessert dish, originated in Mexico which dates back to the Manila-Acapulco Galleon Trade. Pinaso means scorched in English and it is prepared with eggs, milk and biscuits then the top, where sugar is spread, is scorched or caramelized with a very hot heavy iron turner (siyanse), a...

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Wantilan Waterbom Bali (Bali, Indonesia)

Some people when they visit a place overseas they review the location for me what I review is the food that we had tried on that place, while I say a bit something about the place what’s more important is that I can share to you the culinary experience on...

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Cha Gio (Vietnamese Spring Rolls)

Cha Gio is a type Vietnamese Spring Rolls that are either consumed fresh or fried, usually filled with meats and vegetables then wrapped in a rehydrated rice paper. Similar to the Chinese spring rolls where you can fill it with whatever you want but instead of the usual wrapper made...

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Warung Padmasari (Bali, Indonesia)

We read a lot of good reviews on this place hence this was one of the places we added into our list of places to eat, located just few metres off the famous Jalan Legian, this place is quite easy to find plus it’s on the less busy part of...

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Carne Frita

Carne Frita is an Ilonggo dish prepared by thin strips of beef fried and drenched in a sauce made with soy sauce, onions, garlic, calamansi, sesame oil and a bit of sugar. Almost similar to Bistek Tagalog but instead of beef sliced into thin steaks, this one is prepared with...

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Kkori Gomtang

If you love instant noodles then most probably you have seen the Gomtang flavour, that golden packet with some Asian characters in front and like me you wonder what does Gomtang taste like? What is a Gomtang? Well Gomtang or Gomguk is a type of Korean beef soup made with...

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Uma Pakel (Bali, Indonesia)

If you want to try different Indonesian coffee, Indonesian Teas, Bali Swing, Bali Nest and see how Luwak coffee is processed then this is your one stop shop and best of all, most of the tasting and attractions are all free, apart from the Swing (IDR 200000) and Luwak tasting...

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Pancit Bato

Pancit Bato is a type of Filipino noodle dish prepared similarly to pancit canton but the main ingredients are fresh shrimps and pechay cooked together with a type of noodles that are traditionally sun dried over stones dehydrating it giving a unique flavour. Usually consumed with rice or pandesal this...

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Rumah Makan Kuta (Bali, Indonesia)

This was the first place we eat when we arrived in Bali on our last vacation, we were tired after a long flight and this was one of the nearest one from where we stayed that is not a Western restaurant. Rumah Makan Kuta is a warung but located right...