Monthly Archive: August 2012

Chicken, Lychees, Grapes and Pineapple Red Curry 17

Chicken, Lychees, Grapes and Pineapple Red Curry

This is the best curry I tried so far! Trust me on that statement as this concoction is simply phenomenal, the mixture of fruity sweetness, tanginess, savoury and spiciness is a perfect harmony.  This is not my creation but I tried to recreate a dish that we tried in a...

Chilli Seasame Chicken Wings 23

Chilli Seasame Chicken Wings

When I posted my Sticky Garlic Chicken Wings  last April it was a big hit, it was favourited 1000+ times and view 2000+ times in Foodgawker in a day (at the time of this writing) and now one of the popular recipes in this blog.  Now I am posting another...

Beef and Chinese Broccoli 0

Beef and Chinese Broccoli

We all know the popular Beef and Broccoli dish and definitely had created or own versions in one way or another, some put extra vegetables like carrots or mushrooms, some uses other meat like chicken or pork but in this instance I will be using a different type of broccoli...

Rellenong Talong 24

Rellenong Talong

Its the monthly pot luck of World in a Plate again and our theme this month is stuffed vegetables, while in Philippines we have lots of stuffed recipes like Rellenong Pusit (Stuffed Squid), Rellenong Alimasag (Stuffed Crabs), Rellenong Bangus (Stuffed Milk Fish) and Rellenong Manok (Stuffed Chicken) we barely have...

Coca Cola Chicken 31

Coca Cola Chicken

Today I was invited by Russell from A High School Foodie to do some recipe swap, I haven’t done this before so this is would be my first time. Basically a recipe swap is a task where both of you will agree in one ingredient or theme and use it...

Kalamay 18

Kalamay

Kalamay or Calamay is a sticky sweet snack/dessert delicacy popular in the Philippines. It is made out of glutinous rice flour, coconut milk and sugar usually palm or brown sugar.  There are many types of kalamay and can be divided into two categories, one is the runny variant where it...

Crispy Fried Snapper 0

Crispy Fried Snapper

Filipinos love their fish and the most popular way of serving it is as simple as fried or grilled, but one thing I notice is that when it’s fried everyone is racing to get those crispy bits, the edges where everything is crunchy and flavourful. Well if that’s what everyone...

Custard and Strawberry Puffs 0

Custard and Strawberry Puffs

Want a quick and easy home-made baked snack? well look no further as this one is one of the easiest baked item I ever made so far thanks for the ready-made ingredients things like this can be prepared for less than 15 minutes. What we will be doing today is...

Adobong Kangkong 0

Adobong Kangkong

When I saw this post from Ray @ Wok With Ray, I was stunned as I never saw an Adobong Kangkong dish beautifully presented like those. After reading that post comes the drooling then next is the hunger as I haven’t made this simple yet wonderful dish for ages. I...

Pichi Pichi 26

Pichi Pichi

Pichi Pichi is a dessert made out of grated cassava and sugar coated with grated coconut, this gelatinous treat is a real simple recipe for a rice cake it contains few ingredients, preparation is next to nothing and you don’t even need an oven as this is cooked in a...