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Sweet & Spicy Seafood Salad

The trip to Manila is coming soon and I couldn’t help but have my dose of seafood. Still looking at the health benefits of my food though which is why it’s filled dominantly with veggies. If you’re looking to lose weight like I am then stick to salad plates that are easilly tweaked. What’s in… Continue reading Sweet & Spicy Seafood Salad

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Slow Cooker Filipino Chicken Soup (Arroz Caldo)

When you’re sick and can’t really move enough to cook your own meal but have a slow cooker then you’re in luck. There is no suffering since you’ll be leaving it in the slow cooker until it’s ready to eat. What’s in it: Rice, 4 c Water, 7-8 c Fish sauce, 2 tbsp Chicken wings,… Continue reading Slow Cooker Filipino Chicken Soup (Arroz Caldo)

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Pan-Fried Salmon

It’s not a very heavy meal however filling. Savory and overall yummy that this dish ceases to fail. I like to have fish every now and then but it isn’t really possible to get it fresh that often here in Switzerland. What’s in it: Salmon fillet Ribbon pasta Salad Pepper Olive oil Lemon juice Rub… Continue reading Pan-Fried Salmon

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Barbell, Push-Up and Plank

Another short workout routine that you can do yourself at the gym or at home. This wasn’t the whole session but I could already feel it after a few sets of these exercises. New elements are added almost every workout making it more challenging therefore more fulfilling in the end.  This time the barbell was… Continue reading Barbell, Push-Up and Plank

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Baked Chicken Teriyaki

Had a craving for teriyaki as I haven’t made it for a while and no regrets here. It was great and even better than I remember since I last made it. It is very simple and very easy to make at home. Since I’m not using boneless chicken, I find it easier to bake it… Continue reading Baked Chicken Teriyaki

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Bagoong Fried Rice

A typical pinoy breakfast is sinangag which is usually a day-old cooked rice stir-fried with lots of garlic. I decided to step it up with adding scallions and bagoong (shrimp paste). Our version is a sauteed shrimp paste which can be found in asian grocery stores with bottles labelled with Ginisang Bagoong.  What’s in it:… Continue reading Bagoong Fried Rice

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Haemul Pajeon (Korean Seafood Pancake)

The first time I tried this seafood pancake was at the Korean restaurant, Misoga, and it has been a go-to appetizer every time we go there to eat. However, I felt that I must also try to make it myself home. I ended up searching from the channels of my favorite Korean foodie vloggers Maangchi… Continue reading Haemul Pajeon (Korean Seafood Pancake)