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

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Koko Ayam (Bali, Indonesia)

After grabbing some donuts at JCo in Discovery Mall we saw this place beside it called Koko Ayam and it was filled with people, we quite got intrigued and instead of dining in to where we supposed to we gave this place a shot. It is a Taiwanese style fast...

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Earl Grey Calamansi Iced Tea

It is calamansi season again here in New Zealand and I got given a good amount of it several weeks ago, while I use them a lot on dips and dishes the best way to use it is either a lemonade style drink or even better an iced tea. So,...

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JFC (Bali, Indonesia)

Yes, you had seen it right! it’s not a typo, its JFC short for Jaya Fried Chicken. Like many people around the world no doubt fried chicken is one of our guilty pleasures, similar in Bali it is a favourite, people love it, you can see a fried chicken shop...

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Chinese Cabbage with Pork Belly and Tofu in Pork Stock

I love soups, I so love it for me a meal is not complete without it. Like vegetable dishes I am in constant find for new recipes with soups and every time I get hold of a Chinese restaurant menu, I take note of the soups they offer and that’s...

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Wok Seared Steak & Shrimp

The last time I was in Las Vegas was the first time I tried Panda Express, before I just heard them and see them online, I also had read a lot of copycat recipes on different blogs but that’s about it. Today I will be contributing to those copycat recipes...

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J. Co Bali (Bali, Indonesia)

Where is the best place to get J Co? Why not in the country where it originated, Indonesia. The minute we landed in Bali, I told myself visiting J Co is a must, a very popular donut in the Philippines where I tried after many years of its launch, not...

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Fish Pakora

Pakora is a type of Indian fried snack usually prepared with vegetables such as onion, eggplants, potatoes, plantains, tomatoes, spinach; meat such as fish and chicken; and/or paneer where it is dipped in batter made from gram flour and then deep-fried. With the vast varieties of vegetables and meat there...

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Green Kubu (Bali, Indonesia)

Of all the restaurants we tried in Bali, I guess this was overall the best we tried in terms of location, price and most importantly flavour. It is not your average place, in fact it is hard to get here, it is located in the middle of Tegallalang and if...

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Malabar Prawn Curry

The last time I ate at iVillage we ordered this Malabar Prawn Curry and I am glad we did, it was one of the best seafood curries I ever tried, mildly spicy, creamy, a bit sweet and full of complex flavours, it’s certainly a dish to look after. Malabar is...

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Old Fashioned Potato and Egg Salad

Originally called Kartoffelsalat, this German creation is now enjoyed throughout the globe. Potatoes were non-existent in Europe before the 16th century thanks to the trade routes, the Spanish have bought this important and now a staple culinary ingredient to Europe after they had discovered it in South America. From the...