Tagged: Egg

Salted Egg Yolk Chicken Wings 1

Salted Egg Yolk Chicken Wings

Who ever invented salted egg yolks as a sauce needs a prize, this thing is amazing, it’s like a crack, amazingly delicious and highly addictive. Most non-Asians I guess won’t agree with that statement as this is kind of weird for them, but I guess once they get to try...

Graham de Leche 2

Graham de Leche

What’s better than a leche flan? its Graham de Leche, a luscious Filipino dessert made with layers of Leche Flan, sweetened whipped cream and Graham Crackers. It is a mashup of two Filipino desserts, the Leche Flan and Fruit Graham Float where instead of fruits like mango, Leche Flan is...

Omurice 2

Omurice

Omurice or Omuraisu as what the Japanese pronounce it is a type of yōshoku (Japanese style Western Food) prepared with fried rice and omelette. As the name suggest the name came from the words “Omelette” (Omu) and “Rice” (Rice). Omurice was said to have originated around the turn of the...

Flan de Manzanas 1

Flan de Manzanas

This is how the Filipinos prepare their leche flan before, with apples, and it is one of the influences of the Spanish cuisine. The original desert came from the Spain’s version called by a similar name but with a letter “Z”, Flan de Manzanas. Today this is rarely served due...

Aji de Gallina 1

Aji de Gallina

Actually, I haven’t tried this dish in real life and what I posted here is just based on research after I got interested on it when Jodie Sta Maria posted a video of this dish when she travelled to Peru and highly recommended it.  While Peru is on my wish list...

Dried Shrimps Omelette 1

Dried Shrimps Omelette

I bought these tiny dried shrimps with shell on a couple of weeks ago to use as a flavouring for one of my dishes last week and now I have a lot of spare and was wondering how to use this on other dishes. First, I tried to fry a...

Giniling 1

Giniling

Giniling is a Tagalog word for “Ground” or “Minced” and that is the main ingredient in this humble yet delicious dish, made with minced pork alongside other vegetables that were chopped into small pieces like carrots, potatoes and green peas. If the Americans have chilli then the Filipinos have this,...

Braised Pork Hock with Chestnuts and Mushroom 2

Braised Pork Hock with Chestnuts and Mushroom

Braised Pork Hock with Chestnuts and Mushroom is a simple dish of pork leg cuts and/or pork trotters cooked with soy sauce, garlic, chestnuts and shiitake mushrooms together with aromatic Asian spices like star anise, cinnamon and ginger. This is one of the simplest and common way of braising meats...

Old Fashioned Potato and Egg Salad 2

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...

Abra Miki 1

Abra Miki

Like the song Hey Mickey this dish will blow your mind, while it may look complicated, this dish like any Filipino dish is created out of necessity to nourish hence its easy preparation. With a simple sauté of the usual garlic and onions, add heaps of chicken and pork bones...