Noodle

Tempura Udon 1

Tempura Udon

Tempura Udon is a Japanese dish of thick wheat chewy udon noodles served in a savoury hot broth topped with crispy tempura vegetables and shrimp. A simple udon soup once done right is incredible on its own, just the noodles alone is something to drool for! chewy, fat, slippery delicious....

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Yaki Udon

Yaki Udon is Japanese dish of udon noodles stir fried with tender beef slices with carrots and onions over sweet soy sauce mixture 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,...

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Oxtail Udon

Oxtail Udon is a Japanese inspired noodle soup dish prepared with fall of the bone slowly cooked oxtails on dashi stock served with chewy udon noodles 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...

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Spabok

Spabok or Spaghetti Palabok is a Filipino pasta dish prepared with spaghetti noodles served on a seafood gravy made with crab meat, prawn butter and smoked fish topped with seafood, chicharon, egg and spring onions Like most dishes in the Philippines each region has its own unique way of preparing...

Batsui

Batsui is a Filipino style soup prepared with pork meat, pork spleen, pork kidneys and pork liver together with ginger and flour vermicelli 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...

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Batangas Lomi

Batangas Lomi is a type of Filipino noodle dish prepared with thick yellow noodles served in a gooey soup thickened by sweet potato starch topped with loads of pork meat, pork offal, chicharon and kikiam. If pizza has meat lovers then Lomi has its own version of meat lovers too,...

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Lang Lang

Lang Lang is a Filipino noodle dish prepared with glass noodles, chicken, pork meatballs and vegetables. 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...

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Lo Mein

Lo Mein is a Chinese Noodle dish prepared by stir frying vegetables and meats then par boiled noodles are added and tossed near the end of the cooking process For most they won’t care what is the difference between Lo Mein and Chow Mein as they almost look the same,...

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Pansate

Pansate is a Filipino stir-fried noodle dish prepared with fresh egg noodles stir fried with meat and vegetables served in a savoury bed of soy sauce gravy Pansate is a Caviteñean type of pancit which is similar to pancit canton but it is served in a savoury bed of soy...

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Almondigas

Almondigas is a Filipino soup dish prepared with meatballs, flour vermicelli and sponge gourd cooked in chicken stock 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...