Tagged with Braised

Slowly Braised Lamb Leg in Red Wine

Slowly Braised Lamb Leg in Red Wine


Lamb meat is not a common meat in the Philippines hence you would not see a lot of recipes here at Ang Sarap using Lamb, and you barely see Filipinos choosing this in food gatherings. For us the taste is quite gamey as we never got used to it but if it’s well seasoned, spiced … Continue reading

Chinese Style Braised Beef

Chinese Style Braised Beef


I remember the first time I tried and enjoyed this dish was from a Filipino-Chinese Fast Food restaurant called Chowking, a very tasty beef in sweet savoury Asian style sauce topped over a steaming hot jasmine rice. Packed with a lot of different flavourful sauces cooked slowly in a wok, a dish that is bit … Continue reading

Slowly Braised Oxtail

Slowly Braised Oxtail


This soul food is one of the best stew dishes out there.  The tender meat and collagen rich gravy just makes me salivate just but imagining it. I know for some using oxtails is weird and yucky but trust me if you try this recipe it would change how you look at it, it will … Continue reading

Apple Cider Braised Pork

Apple Cider Braised Pork


Now let’s talk about Kiwi food, the first time I set foot here in New Zealand like any other migrant or tourist one of the first questions you will be asking is what are the best traditional Kiwi food items or recipes out there and where will I get them? To my surprise most of … Continue reading

Lo Ba Bung

Lo Ba Bung


Lo Ba Bung, Lurou Fan or Rouzao Fan is a very popular Taiwanese street food made out of braised minced pork topped over a freshly cooked rice. The taste is so addictive hence its popularity over the region, it is fragrant, oily, salty, sweet and sticky accentuated with a side serving of pickled turnip, pickled … Continue reading

Braised Beef and Tendon

Braised Beef and Tendon


It is funny when you see in supermarkets here in New Zealand throw away the tendons or any other types of offal in that regard but in Asian shops this is one of the most expensive items you can buy. But during the recent year these Non-Asian supermarkets already started to embrace the fact that … Continue reading

Lion’s Head Meatballs

Lion’s Head Meatballs


We will be posting ahead of time today due to a group themed post from World in a Plate. What is World in a Plate? World on a plate is a blogging cultural exchange. On the last Sunday of the month, bloggers from all over the world get together to interpret a food through the … Continue reading

Lo Han Chai (Buddha’s Delight)

Lo Han Chai (Buddha’s Delight)


Since it was Chinese New Year a couple of weeks ago and Lantern Festival this weekend lets celebrate that by posting Chinese dishes this week. First on the list is this wonderful vegetarian dish called Lo Han Chai which is commonly served during this period. Lo Han Chai, Luohan cai,Luohan zhai, lo han jai or … Continue reading

Pork Asado

Pork Asado


Asado in general is a term used in some Latin and Southern American countries for a range of barbecue techniques it is even used as a standard word for barbecue in that region. Now Filipino-Chinese Asado is a bit different and it is more closely related to the Chinese Char Siu which is a type … Continue reading

Braised Fish in Baby Bok Choy and Shiitake

Braised Fish in Baby Bok Choy and Shiitake


Well its Friday again and its fish and vegetable day for those who observes the Lenten Season that is why I am presenting you a simple braised fish recipe which will make your Friday dinner more enjoyable, I am saying more enjoyable because normally in a Filipino dining table the most common way of cooking … Continue reading

Beef Brisket Noodle Soup

Beef Brisket Noodle Soup


Beef Brisket Noodle Soup originated in China and is made out of beef, beef stock, vegetables and noodles (commonly used is the egg noodles). It is a very common noodle dish in Southeast Asia and East Asia and you will see a lot of variations throughout the region like the Pho Bo in Vietnam and … Continue reading

Chicken Korma

Chicken Korma


Before I was afraid of trying out Indian dishes as for me most of the curries are not pleasing to the eyes and evey curry dish I encounter looks too spicy.  During that time I initially judge what I eat by the looks of it, if it doesnt look nice I wont dare to try … Continue reading