Pork

Sticky Asian Baked Pork Ribs

It the barbecue ribs but with an Asian flair! Sticky Asian Baked Pork Ribs is an Asian inspired barbecue pork ribs baked until fall of the bone, finished off with a Sweet and Savoury Sticky Style Sauce Preparing fall of the bone barbecue style ribs is not that hard at...

Ham & Cheese Cauliflower Fritters

Surprisingly delicious, this cauliflower recipe is one side dish you need to try soon. Ham & Cheese Cauliflower Fritters as the name suggest is a fritter dish that is made with cauliflower, ham, bacon and cheese, served as a side dish, starter or even as snack. Do you have the...

Nilat-an na Tiil ng Baboy

Have you tried this Boholano special dish with pork and that famous purple tuber? Nilat-an na Tiil ng Baboy is a Filipino dish from Bohol simply prepared by cooking marinated pork legs in its own steam with soy sauce, saba bananas and ube. There are many Filipino dishes that I...

Ginataang Okra

Certainly, this is one of the best ways of cooking okra. Ginataang Okra is a simple Filipino dish prepared with pork pieces and okra sauteed in garlic and onions then cooked in coconut milk until pork is tender. Ginataang Okra is one of the best ways preparing okra as a...

Hakata Ramen

This tonkotsu based ramen will surely give you all that warmth you need during cold winter night Hakata Ramen is a noodle soup dish from Fukuoka Japan prepared with thin, straight and firm wheat noodles on a creamy tonkostu broth topped with slices chashu, negi, beni shōga , soft boiled...

Budae Jjigae

I never knew pantry items, canned goods and long-life processed foods when combined together can make an amazing meal. Budae-jjigae is a type of Korean stew (jjigae) created after the Korean War which used smuggled surplus foods from U.S. military bases combined with Korean pantry staples. Have you ever thought...

Igado Ilocano

One of the best dishes the Ilocano cuisine has to offer! Ilocano Igado is Filipino pork recipe prepared with pork liver, pork meat and other offal cooked with green peas, red capsicum, ginger, onion and garlic in vinegar. I had been making my Igado wrong but no one did ever...

Chashu-men

If the meat from your Tonkotsu ramen is not enough then this will certainly fulfil your chashu dreams. Chashu-men is a type of Japanese noodle dish served with ramen noodles over a rich pork broth served with a copious amount of chashu. The first time I had a real ramen...

Nilauja

It’s like adobo but it’s not, with black beans and annatto oil, it adds another layer of flavour to this interesting dish. Nilauja is a dish from Bohol Philippines made with pork bones sauteed with garlic, ginger and onions then simmered in soy sauce and vinegar with black beans. One...

Copycat Wok Inn Sipa

After so many requests from you guys, here is my version of the famous Wok Inn side dish. Wok Inn Sipa is a type of Filipino deep fried dim sum filled with minced pork, mushrooms and carrots seasoned with oyster sauce. Closely similar to Money Bags but designed for the...