Tagged: Noodle

Yaki Udon

Yaki Udon is Japanese dish of thick, smooth, white udon noodles stir fried with tender meat slices like beef, pork and/or chicken with vegetables such as carrots, spring onions, onions and ginger over sweet soy sauce mixture. Basically, a similar dish to Yakisoba cooked in a similar manner using different...

Oxtail Udon

Ohhh Oxtails, I can’t get enough of you, one of the most underrated meat cut that deserves everyone’s attention. Its meaty, its tasty, its collagen rich, its everything you want a meat to be and that’s what we are using today in our udon noodle soup. This is not your...

Spabok

Like most dishes in the Philippines each region has its own unique way of preparing their dishes that is why you have many varieties of sinigang, adobo and kakanin. Pancit is nothing different hence you have the likes of Tuguegarao’s Pancit Batil Patong, Isabelas’ Pancit Cabagan, Lucban’s Pancit Habab, Bicol’s...

Batsui

Pampanga indeed is the food capital of the Philippines, this province has some of the most delicious recipes Philippines has to offer. Pampanga is also known for the heavy use of offal in its dishes which all boils down to history. As most of us knows Pampanga is surrounded by...

Batangas Lomi

If pizza has meat lovers then Lomi has its own version of meat lovers too, and this is it, the Batangas Lomi. If you think that is too much to handle then let me say that my version is quite toned down compared to others, and I like it that...

Lang Lang

If you eat in a lot of carinderia then most probably you have tried this dish, some of them might serve it as clear broth sotanghon soup with flaked chicken, some have small meatballs on it but the best ones come with the good sized meatballs and that’s what we...

Lo Mein

For most they won’t care what is the difference between Lo Mein and Chow Mein as they almost look the same, almost taste the same and are both noodles dishes so why bother? For me, I love dissecting into these kinds of topics, determine the roots and find out what...

Pansate

Pansate is a Caviteñean type of pancit which is similar to pancit canton but it is served in a savoury bed of soy sauce gravy. This dish is considered to be a snack and is an all-time favourite in Cavite, from the name alone you can decipher where it came...

Almondigas

Almondigas most probably would have originated from the Spanish dish called Albondigas which is basically meatballs and vegetables in soup. Like many Filipino dishes their origins came from Spain and it is very evident from this dish, it contains two similar elements, meatballs and soup. Having said that Almondigas is...

Miso Nikomi Udon

Miso Nikomi Udon is a type of Donabe that contains udon, chicken, kamaboko, mushroom, negi, deep fried tofu and egg served on a miso infused dashi broth. Unlike most udons where it is served on a clear broth this one is quite out of the norm since this Nagoya specialty...