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Chewy Almond Roca Cookie Bars

Chewy Almond Roca Cookie Bars


Last day of this blog anniversary week and what I will presenting today is a mash up with one my favourite chocolate brand. Several months ago I found this chocolate that I haven’t tried for more than a decade, I was so excited when I saw it I bought a big can for me to … Continue reading

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Doritos Chicken Fingers

Doritos Chicken Fingers


It’s the fourth day of our anniversary and mash up week and still we have not posted anything savoury, all of our mash ups during the past days were desserts but that is going to change today as we will be using Doritos as our mash up partner. Today we will be making some baked … Continue reading

Pasencia Cookies and Cream

Pasencia Cookies and Cream


Day three of our anniversary week and our mash up today is kind of a last minute change as I was planning to do something with an avocado but the ones I saw on the Asian shop last weekend was not fully ripe yet and is quite pricey. So what I did was to use … Continue reading

Chocnut Ice Cream

Chocnut Ice Cream


Day 2 of anniversary week and for our mash up creation today I will bring you an ice cream mashed up with a proudly Filipino product, the Chocnut! Chocnut for those who haven’t tried them is a crushed peanut and chocolate bars similar to the texture of a fine polvoron, its nutty, its chocolaty, a … Continue reading

Toblerone Brownies

Toblerone Brownies


Yay! Another milestone at Ang Sarap. It’s been 4 years now since it all started and to celebrate this anniversary this whole week I will be posting my own creations mashed up with another popular food brand. If you have been following this blog for quite some time this mash up will be something similar … Continue reading

Prune Bread

Prune Bread


Our banana bread recipe is quite popular and successful at home and with our friends so my wife stated to use that as a base in our several sweet bread recipes with some minor adjustments. Some of those recipes are the apple cranberry bread and this prune bread featured in this post. A really easy … Continue reading

Bok Choy and Shiitake in Sesame Oil

Bok Choy and Shiitake in Sesame Oil


I hope I don’t run out green leafy vegetable recipe ideas as I do love them and I must admit getting addicted to it, this simple side dishes is such a lovely addition to any rice meals you may have, don’t you agree? So if you’re looking for something similar here is my growing list … Continue reading

Lechon Fried Rice

Lechon Fried Rice


When we are talking about lechon leftovers first thing that comes to mind would be Lechon Paksiw but there are other things that you can do with that scraps of roasted pig, you can use it as a filling for pita breads or even use it as a main ingredient in your fried rice like this … Continue reading

Stir Fried Prawns and Mixed Vegetables

Stir Fried Prawns and Mixed Vegetables


Usually when a free style vegetable stir fry is prepared the main meats used are either chicken or beef, seafood like fish or shrimps are rarely used. The reason behind it might be because seafood is hard to handle in stir fries. Fish flakes easily, squid tends to be rubbery when over cooked and prawns … Continue reading

Chickpea, Feta and Avocado Salad

Chickpea, Feta and Avocado Salad


Having some extra or leftover feta cheese is handy especially when you want to make some salad, it’s such a good ingredient to add as it gives that creamy salty texture that enhances the flavour of any salad. Several weeks ago I have half a block of these and thought why not toss it together … Continue reading

Asparagus and Mushroom Stir Fry

Asparagus and Mushroom Stir Fry


Asparagus season is nearly coming to an end here in New Zealand so before that happens I will be sharing an easy stir fry recipe which uses this wonderful vegetable, you can pair this with any meats or with rice. Ingredients 1 large bunch asparagus, cut into 2 inch strips 5 pcs shiitake mushrooms, rehydrated … Continue reading

Roast Chicken Pita Pocket

Roast Chicken Pita Pocket


Back in the Philippines when we are lazy to cook our dinner we usually opted out for Lechon Manok (Filipino style charcoal roasted chicken) bought either in Andoks or Baliwag depending on the length of queue. I think this holds true with most of the Filipinos living in Manila during that time but with today’s endless choices … Continue reading

Custard Cinnamon Rolls

Custard Cinnamon Rolls


Several weeks ago my daughter was sick and asked me to make one of her favourite bread which we buy at the supermarket, it’s called a custard bread. I don’t know the supermarkets recipe so I will have to guess how it’s made, there are several things I know though, the texture which is resembles … Continue reading