Soup

Fish Chowder

Fish chowder is an English soup prepared with fish, potatoes, and corn on a starchy creamy soup base. I love chowders, regardless of that type it is, they are creamy, thick, chunky, warm, delicate, savoury, and most important of all delicious, they simply warm your soul, a perfect comfort dish....

Spicy Seafood Hotpot

Spicy Seafood Hotpot is a communal dish of mixed seafood, vegetables, mushrooms, tofu, and noodles cooked on a wide cooking vessel filled with spicy broth in a dining table with portable or built in stove tops. While dining is already a communal family event (most of the times) but there...

Soup Number 5

Soup Number Five or more commonly spelled as Soup Number 5 is a Filipino soup made out of bull’s testes and testicles, usually served as a pulutan or a hangover cure, it is also considered to be an aphrodisiac. If you think Rocky Mountain Oysters are too much for your...

Tinola sa Miso

Tinola sa Miso is a version of the famous Filipino Chicken ginger soup called tinola where yellow miso is added for extra umami boost Miso is such a great ingredient, it adds a lot of umami, a dollop of this on your recipe will surely make it shine. It is...

Kimchinigang

Kimchinigang is a Korean–Filipino fusion dish combining the flavours of Kimchi to the all-time Filipino favourite, the pork sinigang. With the influx of Korean students in the Philippine universities, more and more Korean dishes are being sold and served in the Philippine restaurants. What is even better is that, these...

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Hotdog and Corned Beef Sopas

Hotdog and Corned Beef Sopas is a version of the Filipino creamy pasta soup dish prepared with pantry and freezer staples like corned beef and hotdogs. Filipino dishes like most developing countries are mainly prepared out of necessity rather than choice, I am saying that as a majority and not...

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Bo Kho

Bo Kho is a type of Vietnamese Stew prepared with beef slowly simmered with Asian aromatics then served with rice noodles, bread or just rice. Kho is a cooking technique in Vietnam that means “to braise” or “to stew” in which proteins like beef, fish, pork or chicken is added...

Gamjatang

Gamjatang is a spicy Korean pork bone soup prepared by slowly simmering pork bones until soup is milky in consistency then seasoned with Korean seasonings like gochugaru and gochujang. You might have recognised this dish if you have been into a Korean restaurant, that red soup broth that is served...

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Bulalugaw

Bulalugaw is a Filipino type of savoury porridge prepared with glutinous rice cooked in a beef stock made by slowly simmering beef leg bones and shanks. There are many porridge dishes in the Philippines, you have your goto (prepared with ox tripe), arrozcaldo (traditionally prepared with beef), pospas de gallina...

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Bacon Bones and Potato Soup

Bacon Bones and Potato Soup is a rich creamy soup dish prepared with Bacon Bones slowly cooked until meat falls of the bone together with carrots, potatoes, celery and onions on a cream soup base Bacon Bones may look like leftover scraps from preparing good pork cuts but this smoked...