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Pancit Puti like the name suggest is a fried noodle in plain white colour, but don’t be deceived by the looks as it might look plain but they still do pack a flavourful punch. Traditionally pancit in the Philippines uses Soy Sauce as one of its flavouring but in this recipe, there is none of it. FOR THE RECIPE GO TO #cookteam1 #foodgawker #tastespotting #biteofthebest #hauteigram #feedfeed #eater #foooodieee #foodgrammerph #chicoryco #filipinofoodmovement
Caramel in Chicken? Well it might sound odd but if you come to think of it salty and sweet will always be a perfect combination whether it a dessert or a savoury dish. Time and time again these two flavours had made desserts like salted caramel anything, ginataang halo halo with a pinch of salt, bacon chocolate cupcakes and most of Thai dishesreally stand out. FOR THE RECIPE GO TO #cookteam1 #foodgawker #tastespotting #biteofthebest #hauteigram #feedfeed #eater #foooodieee #foodgrammerph #chicoryco #filipinofoodmovement
Beef, Mushroom And Cheese Puff Pastry Pie
Beef Pie is a common dish in New Zealand as well as England and Australia where it can be seen almost everywhere from Bakeshops, Gasoline Stations, Supermarkets even fast food giants sell them. The most basic one is just the beef pies where flaky crusty pastry is filled with tender chunky pieces of beef in thick gravy, from here different versions can be made, like the Beef and Black Pepper, Beef and Mushroom, Beef and Cheese, Beef and Vegetables and the mother of them all the one with everything on them, our post today the Beef, Mushroom and Cheese Pie.
Tainan Style Shrimp And Pork Noodles
Ta-a noodles, danzi noodles or Tainan Style Noodles is a 130 year old noodle snack that dates back to the late Qing dynasty. Found in Tainan, Taiwan this noodles are usually made with minced pork, prawns, bean sprouts and noodles, also called the “Slack Season Ta-a Noodles” these noodles traditionally were served during the typhoon seasons where fishing is proved to be dangerous, these times were called the “slack seasons” and ingredients that were not fish are commonly used like this noodle.
Cheese And Bacon Scones
Scones is a type of pastry commonly served during breakfast or tea time usually in England, slightly resembling the American biscuit these baked goods are quite dense and moist.
Filipino Stewed Banana Blossoms And Pork Legs
Paksiw na pata is a Filipino dish of pork leg and banana blossoms slowly stewed on a sauce made out of soy sauce, vinegar and a bit of sugar. Paksiw for starters is one of the basic cooking methods in the Philippine cuisine where meats like pork and fish is stewed in vinegar. FOR THE RECIPE GO TO #cookteam1 #foodgawker #tastespotting #biteofthebest #hauteigram #feedfeed #eater #foooodieee #foodgrammerph
Individual Bacon And Egg Toast Cups
Need breakfast and fast Usually Bacon and Egg Toast are served in the most traditional way where it is served in two pieces of sliced bread stacked together well if you are tired of that then try serving it differently and do it like this.
When I was making this, I was tempted to put ramen on it but since I don’t have one this one will remain as a soup. Hokkaido Style Chicken Miso and Corn Soup is a Hokkaidoinspired soup dish made with chicken, miso and corn infused with butter and a bit of cream. This is not a real Japanese recipe but it was inspired from the ingredients commonly used in the Hokkaido cuisine. FOR THE RECIPE GO TO #cookteam1 #foodgawker #tastespotting #biteofthebest #hauteigram #feedfeed #eater #foooodieee #foodgrammerph #chicoryco #filipinofoodmovement
Aligue is such a sinful ingredient, it’s delicious but it has its downsides, and like any delicious food items this is not for the health conscious as it is fatty and will give you health issues specially if you have high cholesterol. So what is Aligue? Basically, it is pure crab fat, it may not be for everyone but it definitely is delicious. It is quite fairly new to the Philippine cuisine but Filipinos love them ever since even before it was commercialized, you just have to get it on boiled crabs and eat it with rice before. FOR THE RECIPE GO TO #cookteam1 #foodgawker #tastespotting #biteofthebest #hauteigram #feedfeed #eater #foooodieee #foodgrammerph #chicoryco #filipinofoodmovement
It looks like adobong kangkong because it is a variety of one, so what are the differences? First this Ilonggo dish is topped with crispy pork called “tulapho” then it is also seasoned with “guinamos” which is similar to terasi” of Indonesia or belachan” or Malaysia and tastes like bagoong alamang. It is a very flavourful dish; the smell and taste of that fermented shrimp paste in a delicate vegetable like kangkong and the crispy texture of the fried pork is a really good pair with a freshly cooked jasmine rice. FOR THE RECIPE GO TO #cookteam1 #foodgawker #tastespotting #biteofthebest #hauteigram #feedfeed #eater #foooodieee #foodgrammerph #chicoryco #filipinofoodmovement