Simple and easy to prepare recipes
Shu mai, siu mai or siomai are traditionally Chinese dumplings filled with pork served as dim sum. Different Chinese provinces and Asian countries have variations on this dish
Halang-halang, derived from the word meaning “spicy hot”, is a sought-after dish in the Visayas and Mindanao. It uses different types of chilies, such as siling espada or finger chili and siling labuyo or bird’s eye chili, as main ingredients. It is a great dish that you can serve at home on a regular basis with no muss, no fuss.
Chicken Lollipop is one of the most famous dishes enjoyed by many. It is believed to be an appetizer dish. As a matter of fact not everybody knows that this delicious chicken dish is made from chicken wings.
Vietnamese spring rolls are a nice break from the usual fried variety and from any other fried food. In addition, they are easy to make and they can be prepared in a few minutes. They are versatile too, the recipe can be altered to accommodate different preferences or availability of ingredients and they can be served any time of the day or in any season.
Espasol or rice pudding is a Native Laguna sweet treat, which is made from coconut strips and rice flour cooked in coconut milk. The cooked mixture will be shaped into cylinders and then will be rolled into a plateful of toasted rice flour.
Dinuguan is a favorite of Filipinos because it goes well with a hot steaming white rice or Philippine rice cake known as Puto
Chicken Teriyaki is a popular meal in Japan, filling up lunchbox or bento boxes. Teri demotes to the glossed shine that teriyaki sauce produces over the skin of the chicken, whereas yaki means grilled
Squid is a popular food around the world. In various languages around the Mediterranean sea, squid are usually termed related to the Italian “calamari” (singular for “calamaro”)
Back then, tuna was not considered consumable according to the samurais. However, it is now the most consumed fish in Japan. Back in 1903, albacore, one of the many species of tuna that has no commercial value, made its breakthrough when there was a sardine shortage
Pinakbet or Pakbet is a famous dish from the Ilocano’s that lived in the Northern Region of the Philippines. However, it is now one of the favorites from all over the archipelago.