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Hototay

Hototay


I know it’s getting warm and beautiful now on the other side of the world, but to where I am it’s the other way around as temperature is dropping off so fast. Winter season is near and what could be better than a bowl of hot soup on a chilly, rainy or windy kind of … Continue reading

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Wendy’s Style Salad Bar

Wendy’s Style Salad Bar


Salad bar is a buffet-style counter where salad ingredients are provided for diners to assemble their own salad plates. Popular ingredients include lettuce, cucumbers, carrots, corn, green capsicums, tomatoes, jelly, croutons, shredded cheese, dressed potatoes, macaroni salad and wide selection of salad dressing. During my early College days back in the Philippines this salad in … Continue reading

Kwek Kwek

Kwek Kwek


Day two of the street food week and for today we will be sharing a food with a funny name, Kwek Kwek. Kwek-Kwek is another famous Filipino street food which is made out of deep fried battered hard boiled quail eggs served with dips like spiced vinegar or sweet gravy sauce. Another food similar to … Continue reading

French Beans and Salted Duck Egg Yolks

French Beans and Salted Duck Egg Yolks


Usually stir fries revolves around the following common sauces like soy sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil, chilli and black bean but have you tried using salted duck egg yolks? Yes you’ve seen it correctly salted duck egg yolks, it’s nothing new in fact this is used in Asian and South East Asian cuisine. … Continue reading

Chicken Mami

Chicken Mami


Every New Year back the Philippines locals make lots of noise both to welcome the New Year and casts out bad spirits hence everyone have their own fireworks show in their own backyard. Have a look at this video. It’s not that crazy from above but when you are in ground zero it looks similar … Continue reading

Fried Egg with Black Fungus and Shrimps

Fried Egg with Black Fungus and Shrimps


Fried Egg with Black Fungus and Shrimps is a Chinese omelette entrée or side dish, usually served with other dishes like stir fries or soups. If you love omelettes and looking for new flavours or ways of cooking it then try this Asian twist, its quick and easy even your kids can make it for … Continue reading

Jumbo Siopao

Jumbo Siopao


Back in the Philippines this type of steamed bun is one of my favourite comfort meal, when I am hungry and want some quick and easy fast food this would me one of my few choices. So what is special with this jumbo siopao compared to the others like siopao asado and siopao bola bola, well … Continue reading

Lor Mee

Lor Mee


Lor Mee is a noodle dish found in Malaysia and Singapore where thick yellow noodles are served in a very starchy gravy alongside other ingredients such as ngo hiang, fish cake or balls, fried meat dumplings, half a boiled egg and slices of pork belly to name some. This is usually found on hawker stalls … Continue reading

Crab and Corn Egg Drop Soup

Crab and Corn Egg Drop Soup


This one of the soup that reminds me of childhood, it was one of the popular ready-made soups in the Philippines made by Knorr during the 80′s where I guess everyone in the same age bracket as me remembers that guy on the commercial saying “Just add one egg”. It’s a powdered soup flavoured with … Continue reading

Potato Salad

Potato Salad


Potato salad as the name suggest is a dish made out mainly of potatoes. It may be called a salad but it is a side dish which is often served with mains like: barbecues, roasts and fried chicken. There are lots of versions of this popular salad where ingredients varies from different regions. It can … Continue reading

Sans Rival

Sans Rival


Sans Rival is a Filipino dessert made of sandwiched French Buttercream in multiple layers of meringue infused with chopped cashews. This is one of the most popular desserts in the Philippines but you might be wondering why it has a French name? “Sans rival” or “without rival” in English has its French roots, it was … Continue reading

Bibingka

Bibingka


When I see some bibingka it reminds me about Christmas, it is because this type of rice cake is usually sold outside the churches during “Simbang Gabi” (a nine-day mass ritual before Christmas eve that happens very early in the morning) and “Misa de Gallo” (Christmas eves mass). Bibingka is made out of rice flour … Continue reading

Pancit Luglug

Pancit Luglug


Pancit Luglug the very saucy version of the Pancit Palabok and Pancit Malabon, similar to both this is also a noodle dish served with an array of seafood garnish, spring onions, hard boiled eggs in thick rice noodles. Usually served on deep bowls due to its saucy nature, I am not sure though if the sauce … Continue reading