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Buffalo Wings

Well it was named after the place where it was created, Buffalo, New York. Buffalo Wings. This entry was posted on May 27, 2013, in American and tagged Cheese, Chicken, Deep Fried

Inipit

Inipit. This entry was posted on June 26, 2013, in Filipino and tagged Baked, Dessert, Snack. Bookmark the permalink

Three Cups Chicken

Three-Cup Chicken or Sanbeiji is another popular Chinese cuisine dish made out of chicken cooked in soy sauce, rice wine and sesame oil

Tikoy

Tikoy or Nian Gao is a popular Chinese dessert made out of steamed glutinous rice. The word “Nian Gao” literally means “sticky cake” and in Chinese words it would sound like “higher year” which implies progress for the coming year that is why this food item is usually given as a gift by Chinese during … Continue reading »

Bopis

Bopis or Bopiz in Spanish is a hot and spicy Filipino dish with Spanish origin, it consists of pork lungs, heat and fat sautéed in chillies, onions and sometimes tomatoes

Takoyaki

Takoyaki. This entry was posted on August 26, 2013, in Japanese and tagged Seafood, Street Food. Bookmark the permalink

Salmon and Shrimp Diablo

The most common recipe for this type of dish is Shrimp Diablo where it can be skewered, placed on pasta or paired with rice

Patatim

Patatim is a Filipino-Chinese dish which is made out of slowly braised pork leg cooked similar to Paksiw but without the vinegar

Inihaw na Pusit

It’s that time again where “World in a plate” members post our monthly pot luck and this month’s theme is grilling, while it’s not a good time for that here in New Zealand I know it’s the perfect season for those who live in the Northern Hemisphere so I will share simple Filipino favourite that … Continue reading »
Gulaman with Pineapples and Raisins

Gulaman with Pineapples and Raisins

Gulaman is a type of jelly dessert made out of agar. it is then flavoured with milk, pineapple juice, pineapples and raisins

Chicken Binakol

Soup week. Day 5. For chicken as the main ingredient, lets go back to the Philippines and end it with a very interesting soup called Chicken Binakol
Chilli Seasame Chicken Wings

Chilli Seasame Chicken Wings

  Now I am posting another chicken recipe which will have … Continue reading » . When I posted my Sticky Garlic Chicken Wings  last April it was a big hit, it was favourited 1000+ times and view 2000+ times in Foodgawker in a day (at the time of this writing) and now one of the popular recipes in this blog
Almond Toffee Pretzels

Almond Toffee Pretzels

Before we had made some Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels, it was a huge success and did not last a day in our kitchen, today we had those cravings again so we will be making some pretzels but with a slight variation and use Almond toffee as the flavour
Inihaw na Panga

Inihaw na Panga

Cooking this part is not hard as well just treat it as a normal fish fillet, best used in soups especially when you don’t want to try fish head and it is also best for grilling like this recipe below
Lechon Paksiw

Lechon Paksiw

A truly authentic Filipino dish that is a must try for those who loves sweet and sour recipes. In the Philippines every big occasion or major events like weddings, birthdays, fiestas and even family gatherings a whole spit roasted pig at the centre of the dining table is a must
Ferrero Rocher Cheesecake

Ferrero Rocher Cheesecake

I had posted a photo of this one on Facebook several months ago and promised for the recipe, well here it is now and my apologies for the long wait as I am timing this post to my lovely wife’s birthday
Camaron Rebosado

Camaron Rebosado

Though it looks like a tempura this shrimp dish is very different to the Japanese counterpart as the batter of this recipe is […]
Maruya

Maruya

Maruya or Banana Fritters are battered bananas deep fried then sprinkled with sugar before serving. A very popular merienda (afternoon tea) in the Philippines, usually cooked at home but it can also be seen sold by street vendors
Piri Piri Chicken

Piri Piri Chicken

From Malaysia to New Zealand we are a big fan of this dish and since we love it we tried to make it at home using our own recipe, I don’t know what Nandos really uses but this is my version and I can say that I got the flavours right
Coca Cola Chicken

Coca Cola Chicken

Today I was invited by Russell from A High School Foodie to do some recipe swap, I haven’t done this before so this is would be my first time
Southern Style Fried Chicken

Southern Style Fried Chicken

Fried chicken who does not like this one. I guess everyone knows what I am talking about so let’s go ahead and see where this humble dish came from
Pinaupong Manok

Pinaupong Manok

Pinaupong manok is a chicken dish dry cooked in a palayok (earthenware pot) set on a sitting position placed on a bed of rock salt lined with banana leaf
Lechon Kawali

Lechon Kawali

Lechon for those who does not know is a roasted pork dish found in former Spanish colonial countries like Philippines and other Latin American Counties
Chicken Karaage

Chicken Karaage

I wanted to make one of this before and I totally forgot it until I was browsing one of my favourite food blogs “Just one cookbook” and I saw her wonderful Karaage recipe which made me crave for it, so here it is my version thanks Nami