Tagged: Soup

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...

Bulcachong

The first time I saw this dish is from one of my favourite YouTube stars Sonny Side from Best Ever Food Review Show when he visited Davao, I honestly never tried the real one but I will try to recreate it basing on his video as well as other videos...

Fishball and Pork Mince Rice Noodle Soup

I guess a lot of people are afraid of making homemade noodle soups at home because there are so much options that you can buy in restaurants that makes you think twice whether you can do something similar. Yes, they have the master stock that boils perpetually making an amazing...

Chicken Curry Laksa

In Malaysia and Singapore this is called “Laksa Lemak” also known as Nyonya Laksa, basically a type of laksa served with a rich coconut gravy, slightly sweet and strongly spiced. Traditionally the stock is made with a fish-based gravy but modern versions like this Chicken Curry Laska recipe today is...

Acqua Pazza

I love Jamie Oliver’s new show “Jamie Cooks Italy” where he travels around Italy with Gennaro Contaldo and discover local Italian dishes that are unheard of outside of Italy, recipes that are cooked by local village grandmothers, fishermen, and home cooks, dishes that were handed down from generations through generations...

Ginarep

Of all the Bicolano dishes that I tried this is the one that does not look like one as most of the Bicolano dishes are usually prepared with coconut milk or is hot because of the chillies. My roots from my mother side is Bicolano so I grew up with...

Tinowang Isda

Tinowang Isda is a Visayan soup dish prepared with fleshy white fish alongside leafy vegetables cooked in water infused with ginger, onions, tomatoes and spring onions. Basically, this is the Tinola of the Visayans, where cooking procedure and ingredients are almost similar to each other. I said almost similar because...

Sardines and Upo Misua

I guess many Filipinos prepare this on a regular basis specially those ones who are on a tight budget, if you have upo growing in your backyard all you need to buy is sardines and misua which is very affordable back home, then this can feed a lot. Sardines on...

Sinigang na Ulo ng Salmon sa Miso

Sinigang will always be my favourite dish, I grew up with it and its very comforting, so regardless of what type of sinigang it is it will always be on my top one. This time we are making sinigang prepared with salmon head and miso, I was craving for this...

Hinanggup

Hinanggup is a Hiligaynon word which means “Soaked in salt and water” and this is what exactly this dish is, a Karay-a dish of flaked broiled fish and/or fried dried anchovies, sliced onions, spring onions, tomatoes, and salt simply cooked in boiling water, usually served with sinangag or kalo-kalo. It...