Tagged with Baked

Cashew Tart

Cashew Tart


One of the nuts I love are cashews and I haven’t really used them much on baking, today that will change in fact we will have some cashew overdose. What I will be sharing for this post is a cashew tart which is basically tart smothered with loads of cashews on a sweet golden syrup … Continue reading

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Korean-Style Chicken Wings

Korean-Style Chicken Wings


This chicken wings contains only 3 ingredients but trust me its way much better than your fried chicken. While eating this you would not believe that this is baked and not fried as it is so crispy on the outside and very juicy from the inside. So what is the secret? Egg whites, baking soda … Continue reading

Italian Meatballs

Italian Meatballs


Italian meatballs as the name suggest is an Italian dish made of meatballs, tomatoes and sometimes topped with cheese like mozzarella, Romano and parmesan. For its history, there are no exact date when it was invented but what I can say that it was invented a very long time ago, in fact it’s inventions was … Continue reading

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

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

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

Chicken Ala King

Chicken Ala King


This is one of the dishes I grew up with, my mom frequently makes this at home and I consider it one of her specialties. Her recipe was quite simple compared to the original and I got so used to it that is why when I first tried this one at a restaurant I told … Continue reading

Chicken Quesadilla

Chicken Quesadilla


Quesadilla is a popular Mexican turnover dish filled mainly with cheese together with other ingredients such as chicken, beef mince, beans, vegetables and/or chillies. This ingredients are then placed in either corn or flour tortilla where it is folded in half, cooked either by pan frying, grilling, baking or deep frying (quesadillas fritas) then sliced … 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

Chicken Empanada

Chicken Empanada


Empanada is a baked or fried pastry stuffed with meats, vegetables or fruits. The word came from the Spanish word “empanar” which means bread. A dish that originated in Galicia, Spain and Portugal during the 1520 and was derived from the Arabic meat filled pies called samosa (similar to how Italian calzones was invented). This … Continue reading

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken


Tandoori Chicken is a very popular Indian roasted chicken dish that is marinated in yoghurt and lots of different spices. A very hot and spicy chicken dish but versions outside India had been toned down to be more palatable. Original version uses a lot of turmeric and ground chillies to achieve that distinctive red orange … Continue reading

Pizzeria Pepone (Paris, France)

Pizzeria Pepone (Paris, France)


After visiting the love lock bridge and leaving our share of memento we slowly strolled along the River Seine moving towards Notre Dame. Having walked the path several times we decided why not explore the inner streets and see what Paris can offer. Several hundred metres after the bridge we turned right to Rue Dauphine … Continue reading

Mixed Berry Mini Galettes

Mixed Berry Mini Galettes


Today is the perfect day to post this recipe and you might be wondering why? While galettes can be enjoyed and offered throughout the year, traditionally they are served at Epiphany which falls on January 6th of each year hence we are posting this today. The galettes that we commonly know now originated from the king … Continue reading

Carrot Cake

Carrot Cake


Last weekend I decided to make a carrot cake and it was more than 10 years since I made one so I don’t know my ingredients but thanks to the internet I can easily search for the ingredients that I needed. I checked some posts that came in the first page of Google search but … Continue reading