Curry

Thai Coconut Red Curry with Prawns 1

Thai Coconut Red Curry with Prawns

Couple of days ago I saw these enormous prawns at our local supermarket, it was cheap specially for its size I got really excited hence I bought some and worry what to do with it later. When I got back home and checked my pantry and vegetable bin luckily, I...

Tausug Beef Kulma 1

Tausug Beef Kulma

Beef Kulma is a beef curry dish in the Philippines that closely resembles Korma, it might be where the dish has originated from as the name is very similar. In Mindanao some call it kulma some kurma and this dish is a curry of tender beef cooked in coconut milk,...

Paneer Butter Masala 1

Paneer Butter Masala

Paneer Butter Masala is one of the creamiest curries you will ever try, a mild but flavourful curry prepared with Paneer in a cream sauce infused with cashews and spices. The name sorts of describe how the dish is prepared, where paneer together with butter is cooked with masala, a...

Crispy Pork Curry 4

Crispy Pork Curry

The first time I had this dish was in Australia, of all places yes it happened not in South East Asia but in the land of the Koalas and Kangaroos. It was at Jojo’s on the Mall when I opted to order on their Asian Fusion section where this Pork...

Jamaican Fish Stew 1

Jamaican Fish Stew

Yesterday I posted a team building event held at Auckland Seafood School and the dishes we made there was simply phenomenal I promised to post the recipe here. This Jamaican Fish Stew has a nice blend of creamy, tangy and spicy flavours coming from tomatoes, coconut milk and chillies. Fish...

Kaeng Hung Leh 1

Kaeng Hung Leh

Kaeng Hung Leh, Hang Lay Curry or Burmese curry is a rich curry made with pork belly and spices and flavours like chillies, salt, shallots, shrimp, garlic, sweet soy sauce, turmeric powder and marsala powder, a popular curry that is found primarily in Chiang Mai and all over northern Thailand...

Tamarind Coconut Curry 1

Tamarind Coconut Curry

Though coconuts and tamarind are popular ingredients back home in the Philippines you barely see of them together in one Filipino dish, I might be wrong but in my lifetime I never had seen this two together in one plate and if you know of any Filipino dish that has...

Chiang Mai Curry Noodles 1

Chiang Mai Curry Noodles

A while back we dined in at Pok Pok Thai and I really liked one of their noodle dishes that we ordered, I so liked it I was itching to make it at home. The dish is called Chiang-Mai Curried Noodles with Beef which is basically a mild curry noodle...

Sinanglay 1

Sinanglay

Sinanglay is a Filipino dish made up of green leafy vegetable wrapped fish cooked in coconut milk and chillies. Usually it is prepared with tilapia while the leaf used is a taro or a large pechay. A dish that originated in Bicol and a staple in our house when I...

Vegetable Curry

Before you start reading this article I would love to announce that Ang Sarap is nominated at Bloggys 2015, the Philippines’ premiere blog awarding event. Who does not want to win the blog of the year? So if you want Ang Sarap to win this voting is now open, just...