Soup

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...

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...

Chinese Spinach Soup

Yes, something vibrantly green can be really tasty too! Chinese Spinach Soup is a soup dish made with Chinese spinach that has been blended then cooked with mushroom, prawns and vermicelli in a stock thickened by eggs and cornstarch. Chinese Spinach Soup, this vibrant green soup is basically a type...

Spicy Beef Noodle Soup

Sometimes you need a little bit of heat and make things spark! Spicy Beef Noodle Soup is an Asian inspired noodle soup dish prepared with Beef slowly simmered with Asian aromatics, chillies and Sichuan peppercorns served with fresh egg noodles. There’s something with noodle soups that gives spark in most...

Lomisua

The delicate texture of Misua and Patola with the thick starchy soup of Lomi, it the best of both worlds. Lomisua is a fusion dish of two Filipino favourite viands, Lomi and Misua where flour vermicelli and luffa is cooked in a starchy sauce with egg strands, carrots, pork, fish...

Pinikpikan

If you had a chance will you try this traditional way of cooking chicken? Pinikpikan is a Filipino dish originating from the Igorot tribes of the Cordillera region where chicken is prepared by beating a live chicken with a stick prior to cooking. Foie Gras, Birds Nest Soup, Sharks fin...

Pinugot

Pinugot means to cut, sever or decapitate, it sounds horrible for a dish name but it tastes really good, read on to find out why it is named like such. Pinugot is Filipino dish originated from Bombongan, Morong, Rizal made with small shrimps, tropical vegetables, root crops and noodles in...

Sabo Kamatis

Sabo Kamatis is a Filipino soup dish from Pampanga prepared with slowly boiled pork or beef bones with tomatoes, onions and garlic served with bok choy, cabbage and radish. All of you most probably would agree that Pampanga has the best dishes compared to other provinces that is why most...

Beef Neck Bone Noodle Soup

Beef Neck Bone Noodle Soup is a simple dish of roasted beef neck bones simmered with vegetables until meat falls of the bones then served with rice noodles, corn, cabbage and spring onions. When we dined in at Dagu Rice Noodles I ordered this Dagu Signature Rice Noodles with Beef,...

Nilagang Manok na Puti na may Asparagus

Nilagang Manok na Puti na may Asparagus is a Filipino soup dish made with chicken and vegetables like potato, carrots, cabbage, and asparagus. In the Philippines, during the old days, when someone of high stature prepares chicken for dinner, a whole chicken is used, literally. This means whether they are...