Comfort food once again my friends! Today I am sharing one of the many variations on how to make the all-time favorite comfort food, Macaroni Cheese! Mac and cheese always bring me down the memory lane, it has always been prepared in my home since I was a child. I am going to make my macaroni cheese with shrimp to add a little of flavor to the dish. [Read more…]
The mung bean or monggo beans, also known as green gram or golden gram is a seed native to the Indian subcontinent. It is mainly grown in several countries in Asia and very popular ingredient in a lot of Indian dishes. It can be used and cooked as a soup or even as sweets and pastries. There are countless variations of monggo stew recipe out there but what I am going to share with you today is one that is commonly prepared in the Philippines. I will also share with you one equally sumptuous mung bean recipe I learned from my stay in India. [Read more…]
Sinigang is a popular Filipino recipe which is traditionally tamarind base. Its sourness and flavor made it one of the favorite recipe of Filipinos. Today, I decided to share a recipe that has been prepared in my family for as long as I can remember.
Sinigang is basically made of meat, ( you can opt for pork, beef, chicken, shrimp,even fish), tamarind, tomatoes, onions, and some vegetables. I consider it one of the most indigenous dishes in the Philippine cuisine. [Read more…]
I was so busy and I have not been able to post lately. But now I decided to give my blog some love it deserves and post a recipe you will surely adore — Stir fry sweet and spicy chicken! When it comes to food flavor mishmash, the combination of sweet and chili is always on top of my list.
I am going to share today one of my favorite easy to prepare pasta recipe, Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo. The name of the recipe may sound a bit fancy and something that you can only order in a posh Italian restaurant, but believe it or not, you can prepare this dish in your own kitchen in a flash. [Read more…]
Today I am craving for vegetables! I will be sharing with you my Chop Suey recipe. Chop Suey is a classic recipe originally Chinese but has been improvised and adapted by Filipinos. The Americans also claimed that this is their creation and not at all an authentic Chinese recipe.It is usually made up of a variety of vegetables and pork cooked in a flavorful sauce. The recipe generally calls for pork but it can also be cooked with beef or chicken, it depends on your preference [Read more…]