Tagged: Noodle

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Pho Bo with Oxtail and Tendons

Pho usually is prepared by meticulously simmering beef bones for a long time using like backbones and oxtails with some Asian spices and aromatics, then served with thin slices of raw beef. We barely see Pho served with the very bones it was made of, not that I am 100%...

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Calandracas

Calandracas or Kalandrakas is a dish from Cavite that is nowadays prepared in many ways, the most common ones are using sotanghon noodles and another one uses pasta, cooked with either chicken, pork, beef and/or ham plus vegetables, potatoes and chickpeas, then seasoned with Patis Tanza. This soup is an...

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Saucy Pancit Canton

Saucy Pancit Canton is a type of stir fried noodle dish served with prawns, pork and vegetables on a bed of thick sauce. It lies somewhere between a normal Pancit Canton and Lomi where it’s not that soup nor it’s not that dry, it contains enough sauce just to bring...

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Hi-Bol

Hi-Bol from the word “High Voltage”, this dish will definitely shock your taste buds, sour and bitter soup best served really hot with chillies. This Ilocano dish is basically a version of pinapaitian served with pancit lusay, a dish that even though uses unused food trimmings it is still delicious....

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Sardines with Misua and Patola

Sardines is a popular food item in the Philippines specially during my childhood, it is cheap, can be bought everywhere and delicious, it was a common dish served by less affluent families. I remember I kept on saying to my colleagues how poor some Filipinos are, I told them a...

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Pancit Lusay

Pancit Lusay is a type of stir fried noodle dish popular in Ilocos, Philippines where lusay noodles are cooked with Laoag longaniza, sliced tomatoes, egg, onions and garlic then seasoned with some bagoong. Lusay noodles are the noodle scraps from the fresh noodles where its cut and length vary, another...

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Niku Udon

If you haven’t tried udon noodles then you are missing a lot on life, the texture on these noodles is something to be reckoned. Bouncy, chewy and soft its one addictive noodle unique to most. Usually served on simple soup dishes, it’s so good it does not need fancy ingredients...

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Bihun Goreng

There are many ways to cook rice vermicelli, in soups, stir fried and even dessert there is a recipe for it. Some of the popular ways to make this is the Filipino Pancit Bihon, Malaysian Bihun Sup, Singaporean Kerabu Bee Hoon, Vietnamese Goi cuon and Indian Paayasam. Our recipe today...

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Jjampong

Jjamppong is a Korean noodle soup dish made with mixed seafood such as prawns, clams, mussels and squid prepared together with thin pork slices, vegetables and mushrooms in a spicy pork broth. It’s a richly flavoured soup, where the taste of seafood, pork and spices all mix together and form...

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Bakso

Bakso or what others call Baso is an Indonesian meatball soup dish usually served with noodles (egg or rice vermicelli), salted vegetables, tofu, Chinese cabbage, bean sprouts and fried shallots. A popular dish that can be found all across Indonesia from street vendors, food stalls and even posh restaurants. Bakso...