This recipe was born out of my love for crockpot cooking and Thai cuisine. This is one of those recipes you keep on using time and time again because is easy to prepare and everybody loves it!
Growing up, fried chicken was one of the dishes we all loved. There are countless fried chicken recipes on the internet and in almost every recipe book I have come across. In this recipe I will add a slightly different twist to the traditional fried chicken recipe.
Indonesian “Fried Noodles” or “Mie Goreng” is a traditional fried noodle dish in Indonesia. It is a dish that is full of taste and flavour. A very common dish not only in Indonesia but also in Singapore and Malaysia.
Bitter melon has always played a crucial role in my diet from a young age to this date. It’s is a gourd-like vegetable plant with green wrinkly skin that is highly nutritious, but tastes really bitter.
Lassi is a yogurt-based traditional drink from the Punjab region in India. This drink is very easy to make and it typically consists of: yogurt, water, spices and fruits. Mango is the most popular fruit used.
Fresh Spring Rolls comes in a large variety of filling, typically in assorted veggies cut into thin strips and also meat. One of my favorites is with ground chicken. Yum!
Why do I love this chicken dish? The answer is quite simple because it’s tasty, spicy and I love the strong nutty smell from the sesame oil and it takes only 15 minutes to prepare this dish.
Lots of people turn their backs away when it comes to eating liver because of its musky odor, gooey and bitter taste. Liver with onions was the traditional way of cooking liver when I was growing up and still is today.
Purple yam or “ube” as we called it in the Philippines is a very popular root vegetable when I was growing up, and it’s even more popular these days around the globe. It’s used in a variety of desserts, as well as a flavor for ice cream, milk, swiss rolls, tarts, cookies, cakes, and other pastries.
The food in the Philippines is highly influenced by more than 300 years of Spanish rule. This also means Filipino food differs greatly from the rest of the South East Asian cuisine. Adobo is considered by many as the national dish, although it originally hails from Mexico