Monthly Archive: January 2015

Sinangag 1 7

Sinangag

Sinangag or Garlic Fried Rice is basically a fried rice infused with lots of garlic. This is a staple in a typical Filipino household during breakfasts where it is usually paired with anything fried like eggs, tapa (beef seasoned in garlic and vinegar), tocino (fried sweet pork), longaniza (Filipino style...

Nasi Lemak 1 13

Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak a dish that is considered not just a national dish of Malaysia but a national heritage as well, it is a dish that consists of several components such as rice that is cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf, sambal (a cross between chilli chutney and sauce), ikan...

Fact-Tree (North Shore City, New Zealand) 6 5

Fact-Tree (North Shore City, New Zealand)

Honestly I never knew this place until my wife told me about it, in fact my daughter also knew this place and she said their drinks are quite popular in the Instagram world. Where was I? One day the daughter had an event to attend and while waiting me and...

Bingkasol 1 7

Bingkasol

I guess you haven’t heard of this recipe yet, I won’t be surprised because it’s my wife’s creation which she only made a couple of weeks ago. So what is it? Bingkasol basically a cross between two famous Filipino rice cakes, the Royal Bibingka and the Espasol , so I...

Fish Soup with Lemongrass 2 8

Fish Soup with Lemongrass

Today’s recipe the Fish Soup with Lemongrass will be coming directly from a recipe book called Little Vietnam by Nhut Huynh and it is one of the first recipes I will try from this amazing book. I chose this dish as I love noodle soup dishes, they are full of flavour and...

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Tuttle Publishing Little Vietnam Giveaway (Closed)

Ang Sarap and Tuttle Publishing is giving away 3 books which contains Little Vietnam plus your choice of 2 books (worth US$20.00 and below) from the Tuttle Publishing range. Competition is open for 2 weeks and we accept entries worldwide, just fill in your details below to join. a Rafflecopter giveaway Terms and Conditions:...

Sinigang na Hipon 1 3

Sinigang na Hipon

Hi Guys todays recipe will not be here as I am guest posting at Jasline’s blog at Foodie Baker. Serval weeks ago Jasline invited me to do a Guest Post at her blog and without hesitation I said yes even at this busy Christmas season. It is my pleasure and...

Cevapi 1 11

Cevapi

Ćevapi or ćevapčići is a type of Kebab made out of grilled minced meat or pork, beef and or lamb served in with a flat bread with chopped onions, sour cream and ajvar (red bell pepper relish). This dish is popular in South Eastern European countries and considered to be...

Jack Tar (Auckland CBD, New Zealand) 1 3

Jack Tar (Auckland CBD, New Zealand)

Me and my wife have been trying all of the different restaurants in the North Wharf since it opened. There are a lots of options to choose from like the Spanish cuisine of Pescado, Creole Cusine of Ms Clawdy to the Indian cuisine of Urban Turban. This time we will...

Papis 1 8

Papis

Papis is a Filipino recipe made out of tough beef cuts like brisket and tendons stewed with baked beans in tomato sauce. If you love pork and beans then this is definitely better, it has the same sweet and savoury taste with the added interesting texture from the tendons and...