Most of you already know how to cook pancit canton. I bet that you even have your own version. There are a handful of recipes for pancit canton that I tried and enhanced, but this post is not about me – it is about my mom’s pancit canton recipe. This is not her special version […]
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Simple Lo Mein is what I call this vegetable lo mein recipe because it is really simple to make and it also tastes delicious. Imagine a delicious noodle dish that you can make in less than 30 minutes, it doesn’t get better than this. I use dried egg noodles for this recipe, instead of fresh ones […]
Sweet Pepper Relyeno or Stuffed Sweet Peppers is an appetizer or main dish consisting of mini sweet peppers and ground pork. The ground pork was combined with spices and seasonings (which is somewhat similar to the mix in Lumpiang Shanghai), topped over the sweet pepper, pan-fried, and finished-up by baking. Please do not confuse this […]
All of us have our own concept of fried rice. In my case, I had this notion ever since I was a kid. Fried rice to me is not as simple as it sound; it is a medley of different ingredients collaborating together to produce colorful and great tasting rice dish. I held on this […]
Monggo Guisado is another version of Ginisang Monggo; this time using fish flakes from left over fried fish. I think that I cooked more than enough fried galunggong the previous day and I don’t want it to go to waste. My solution was to make this simple and delicious monggo guisado. I can also make […]
Kikiam is a sausage-like dish that has a Chinese origin. It was adopted right away ever since it was introduced in the Philippines. In fact, there have been many Filipino recipes that incorporate it as an ingredient; loming batangas and some versions of pancit canton are just a few examples. Making kikiam is relatively easy. […]
This Chicken Spring Roll recipe is another spring roll variation using ground chicken. Compared to the other spring rolls that we featured, this version has lesser cholesterol content. Chicken Spring rolls is prepared and cooked the same way as you do your average spring roll. It is important that the wrap is sealed properly so […]
Spring Rolls or Lumpiang Shanghai is a mainstay in every Filipino gathering. Town fiestas, birthday parties, family reunions, and other special occasions will not be complete without it. This Spring Roll recipe is a different version from what I originally posted. Although both have slight differences, they taste good, without any doubt.The most obvious difference […]
Banana chips are crisp slices of bananas that are usually consumed as a snack. The banana slices are deep fried; some are baked; while others are dehydrated.There are several Banana chips Recipe available that produces different results.
Tofu or bean curd is made from soy beans. The soy beans are turned into soy milk and curdled with a substance called coagulants. Coagulants make the texture of the mixture gelatinous.
Cooking with tofu first made it way in Asia: it has been adopted by other countries since then. The main reason why tofu became popular is its high protein content. This has made it a good substitute for meat. Vegetarians embrace tofu by having it in their regular diet. Whenever a recipe calls for meat, tofu is used as a replacement.
There are three main types of tofu: firm tofu, soft tofu, and silken tofu. They are categorized based on their texture.