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Crispy Tofu & Veggies

The sad part about following a strict diet not just because you set a goal weight and figure but also when your body begins to tell you it can’t handle the food anymore is that certain types of food that you crave are off limits no matter what. Tokwa (Tofu) is a good source of… Continue reading Crispy Tofu & Veggies

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Pinoy-Style Crispy Fried Chicken

Another tribute to Philippine cuisine is another childhood favorite. As a child, I remember the weekends spent playing with my cousins in the compound and then you start smelling the a familiar scent that you know everyone will start fighting for at the table. It’s grandma’s crispy fried chicken, absolutely delicious. What’s in it: Flour,… Continue reading Pinoy-Style Crispy Fried Chicken

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Vermicelli Rice Noodles, Pan-Grilled Pork Chops and Steamed Pak Choi | Three Asian Origin Meal

Another three origin meal coming from asia. Noodles cooked in the style of the Philippines, using certain ingredients for pabalok. Classic steamed pak choi or chinese cabbage. Pan-grilled teriyaki pork chops. Each carries it’s own weight from the lightest to the most filling. The most refreshing is the pak choi followed by the noodles which… Continue reading Vermicelli Rice Noodles, Pan-Grilled Pork Chops and Steamed Pak Choi | Three Asian Origin Meal

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Baked Honey Garlic Cauliflower and Quinoa Spaghetti

On Pinterest, I came across this recipe of using cauliflower instead of chicken for a meatless meal of the same dish. It is sweet and spicy, bursting with flavor and heat. It doesn’t take long to prepare and cook. As for the pasta alternative, I managed to get quinoa spaghetti from Egli which is great… Continue reading Baked Honey Garlic Cauliflower and Quinoa Spaghetti

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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)

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Lumpiang Shanghai (Spring Rolls)

Another first for me is making these awesome spring rolls. Looking for the wrapper around town wasn’t difficult since you could also find it at Coop. To my luck, the ground meat was AktionĀ and of course I got more than I thought I would be getting. However, I needed some more stuff like sauces and… Continue reading Lumpiang Shanghai (Spring Rolls)

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Ramen with Shrimp

Just another version of Ramen I made for another unsurprisingly rainy day. Hotter than the last but with less spices. I used the shrimp heads to make the dashi and got the full flavor of the shrimp. What’s in it: – Shrimps – Chili – Ginger – Chinese noodles – Salt – Pepper – Tomato… Continue reading Ramen with Shrimp

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Ramen with Beef

Ramen or even any soup is best for a rainy day which we’ve been having for a while now. Sometimes the sun will come out which gets my hopes up but then it disappears behind the clouds and then comes the drizzle. No one can really help getting their noses stuffed given our line of… Continue reading Ramen with Beef