Monthly Archive: June 2013

Crab and Corn Egg Drop Soup 3 26

Filipino Style Liver Spread

Pâtés are not exclusive to the French or Belgian cuisine as we also have them in the Philippines in form of Reno a very popular liver spread brand. Reno is a beef liver spread can be considered a type of pate but it is nowhere near its European counterparts is it...

Moqueca de Peixe (Brazilian Fish Stew) 1 8

Moqueca de Peixe (Brazilian Fish Stew)

Moqueca is a traditional Brazilian seafood stew which has been a part of Brazil’s cuisine for around 3 centuries. It basically a mixture of fish, tomatoes, onions, garlic, and herbs such as cilantro where it is cooked slowly and without water included. The dish originated in the Northeastern state of...

Sisig 1 23

Sisig

Sisig is a very popular dish in Philippines but not for dinner neither lunch, it’s a dish served when you’re enjoying an ice-cold beer after a long day’s work. Yes it is a beer snack, most of the gatherings in Philippines that involves beer or any alcohol would definitely have...

Baklava 5 17

Peach, Bacon and Ricotta Crostini

Crostini is an Italian appetizer made out of small slices of grilled or toasted bread topped with an array of choices such as cheeses, meats, fruits, vegetables and herbs. Today we will be making some ciabatta based crostini topped with ricotta, peach and bacon, an excellent combination of contrasting flavours...

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Baklava

Baklava is a very rich sweet pastry made out of layers nuts and filo pastry sweetened with sugar syrup and/or honey. Its main characteristic is crunchy, nutty and very sweet (one of the sweetest desserts I tried). The first time I had this was when one of our Jordanian office...

Guest Post : Alice from Girl in a Food Frenzy featuring Savoury Baked Apple with pork & walnut stuffing, with braised Cavalo Nero 2 0

Guest Post : Alice from Girl in a Food Frenzy featuring Savoury Baked Apple with pork & walnut stuffing, with braised Cavalo Nero

It’s that time of the year again where we feature exceptional bloggers here at Ang Sarap, so every Fridays in the months of June, July and August you will get to know them as they will be sharing something about themselves and featuring some of their special recipes. These are...

Apple Cider Braised Pork 5 17

Fishball Noodle Soup

I guess there are a lot of variations on this noodle soup but it all boils down to two main ingredients, fishballs and noodles. I always saw this before in restaurants but never ordered them, I always had the perception of it tasting really light so I never cook them...

Apple Cider Braised Pork 1 0

Apple Cider Braised Pork

Now let’s talk about Kiwi food, the first time I set foot here in New Zealand like any other migrant or tourist one of the first questions you will be asking is what are the best traditional Kiwi food items or recipes out there and where will I get them?...

Mushroom Soup 1 10

Mushroom Soup

Mushroom soup or Cream of mushroom soup is a simple soup made out of basic roux thinned with cream of milk then flavoured with mushrooms. A relatively easy soup to make yet it packs a flavourful punch hence it is not just enjoyed as a soup but it can be...

Dried Shrimps and Winter Melon 2 8

Dried Shrimps and Winter Melon

Dried Shrimps and Winter Melon is a simple stir fried dish that originated in the Zhejiang province of China. It is made out of winter melon stir fried with dried shrimps which is a very good combination complements each other’s flavours perfectly. Winter Melon, white gourd, winter gourd, ash gourd or...