Tagged: Chicken

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Suam na Mais

Suam na mais is a type of chicken and corn soup that originated from the province of Pampanga in the Philippines. It’s quite different from the usual corn soup as it uses chili pepper...

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Marukame Udon (Honolulu, Hawaii)

This was one of the first restaurants we noticed during our vacation in Hawaii as it’s so full packed of customers lining up outside their premises. Initially we were tempted to queue but it...

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Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak a dish that is considered not just a national dish of Malaysia but a national heritage as well, it is a dish that consists of several components such as rice that is...

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Fact-Tree (North Shore City, New Zealand)

Honestly I never knew this place until my wife told me about it, in fact my daughter also knew this place and she said their drinks are quite popular in the Instagram world. Where...

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Crispy Chow Mein Noodles

Day two of our noodle week and let’s make something crispy today, something vibrant, a dish with lots of character, the Chow Mein Crispy Noodles. Chow Mein means stir-fried noodles in Chinese where “chow”...

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Lechon Manok

I guess most of the Filipinos living in the Philippines would never make this at home as it is readily available everywhere, with the market penetration of the two popular brands Andok’s and Baliwag,...

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Pandan Chicken

The first time I had this was in Malaysia, it was in a restaurant near my work. At first I was wondering what was that thing wrapped in leaves and a colleague told me...

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Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn Chicken is a recipe made out of bite-sized deep fried breaded chicken pieces served in a variety of dips like barbecue sauce, ranch dressing and tomato sauce to name some. It was created...

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Soy Garlic Chicken

Filipinos love their garlic that is why if you are observant you will notice that most of the Filipino dishes that I had posted here on my blog have lots of garlic on them....