Easy Kung Pao Shrimp Recipe

This Easy Kung Pao Shrimp Recipe is all about making your own homemade kung pao shrimp a little bit quicker. If you were able to see our previous recipe for kung pao shrimp (with video), you know that it demonstrates how to cook the dish from ground-up; this means also making your own kung pao sauce — which is really easy and delicious. However, many of us do not have the time … [Read more...]

Shrimp Fried Rice Recipe

I am a fan of Fried Rice. One version that I like most is the Filipino Fried Rice (sinangag). Yang Chow Fried Rice and Adobo Fried Rice are also on the top of my favorite fried rice list. Our featured fried rice recipe, Shrimp Fried Rice, is also something that I often make for breakfast or lunch when I have tiny shrimp available. This Shrimp Fried Rice Recipe makes use of … [Read more...]

Halabos na Hipon Recipe

Halabos na Hipon is one of the simplest shrimp recipe that I know. It is simply cooking shrimp using salt and a little water. However, I added a little twist in this recipe: lemon soda such as 7-Up, Sprite, or Sierra Mist is required instead of water. I thought that the entire dish tasted great and I enjoyed every bite. If you are more used to the much simpler halabos na … [Read more...]

Sauteed Shrimp with String Beans

Sauteed Shrimp with String Beans or Ginisang Hipon at Sitaw is a quick and easy shrimp with vegetable recipe that you can prepare for lunch. This goes well with steamed white rice. I enjoy this dish with a little fish sauce or patis on the side and sometimes with bagoong alamang (shrimp paste) too. I like to cook Sauteed Shrimp with String Beans when I am always in a hurry and … [Read more...]

Panara Recipe

Panara is an appetizer dish made from chopped upo (bottle gourd) and minced shrimp wrapped in a wonton wrapper and deep fried until golden brown. This dish is comparable to pinsec frito and fried siomai. If my memory serves me right, this dish originated from the Visayas. While this is a perfect appetizer, it can also be eaten for lunch or dinner with rice. I usually dip … [Read more...]