This beef satay-inspired stir fry is not the usual skewered beef, but it is loaded with a delicious sauce that you will want to make again and again.
Pastitsio may look like a lasagne but don’t be fooled, it’s totally different to its Italian counterpart, this Greek pasta dish usually uses lamb as it primary meat ingredient spiced with cloves and cinnamon cooked in tomatoes and red wine.
This soft, spongey, sweet, chiffon cake, also known as Taisan, is baked in a loaf pan and brushed with butter when it comes out of the oven. It’s perfect with a cup of coffee and often served with grated cheese on top in the Philippines.
If you love rich, soft scrambled eggs, here are the tips you need to make creamiest scrambled eggs.
Sweet and salty, this Vietnamese-style chicken recipe is sometimes called caramel chicken.
The popular Portuguese Caldo Verde soup is loaded with potatoes, collard greens or kale and ham hock or chorizo. It’s a hearty favorite perfect for the coldest days of winter.
This easy poached Chinese soy sauce chicken recipe is so flavorful, juicy and tender. It’s the perfect recipe to switch up your usual chicken routine.
Sweet and spicy soft tacos are filled with pulled peri peri chicken and a bright mango salsa.
This Filipino roll cake, Pianono, is a simple, but oh so delicious, pastry filled with butter and sugar.
A simple chicken recipe you won’t be able to get enough of. Marinate the bird overnight or in the morning and enjoy a sweet and spicy sriracha soy chicken dinner that night.
Try these bacon, cheddar, sour cream and chive potato skins as an appetizer and your next casual gathering.
Sinigang is a Filipino sour soup dish prepared with tamarind then with meats like pork, beef, chicken, fish and prawns, they also prepared with different vegetables like kangkong, taro, radish, string beans, okra, green chillies, tomatoes and eggplant.
Fried Beef Hor Fun with Gravy is a type of noodle dish made with wide rice noodles drenched on an Asian style gravy served with tender slices of beef and Asian greens. I tried this dish when I lived in Malaysia and was a fan of it together with other noodle dishes drenched in gravy, it’s just so satisfying munching on something with a thick savory gravy and this is not an exception, it’s delicious and it’s so comforting.
Most of us are so used to having lettuce on salads and eaten raw, but in Asia there are dishes where it is cooked like this dish – a simple scalded lettuce in garlic oil.
A take on the traditional Tainan-style noodles have your fill of this delicious Taiwanese dish loaded with pork, shrimp, and prawns.
Here’s how to make perfectly crispy popcorn shrimp that is the ultimate pair with a cold beer.
Crispy, fried dough twists are coated with glaze and are so simple, but perfect with a cup of tea or coffee.
Served with wide noodles, try this traditional stir fry of tender, thinly sliced beef and greens.
Also known as yellow adobo, this adobong dilaw chicken is a favorite dish of the Philippines that is so easy to make and delicious to dig into.
Recreate a copycat version of Chef David Chang’s well-loved port buns from Momofuku.
An ultimate breakfast bowl to hold you over until lunch. Packed with eggs, gyoza, and spicy chilies.
From fresh seafood to pig roasts, discover the amazing must-try foods when you visit the islands.
A pork adobo without the typical soy sauce, but with a delicious sour and salted flavor.
Fried noodles with sesame oil, red onions, spring onions, bean sprouts, snap peas and chili topped with grilled tenderloin marinated in Teriyaki Sauce.
Like any good ramen, this is a time consuming dish in order to develop flavor. It results in a really amazing noodle soup bowl with beautiful robustness.