Tag Archives: Filipino Food
Wow, thanks for stopping by! A few weeks ago, bursting with creativity (and probably running on sugar), my goddaughter Lala decided to take on Gateau Le Sans Rival. Although I had made this torte a dozen times, directions-wise, there is … Continue reading
Ukoy Ukoy (okoy) must be one of my all time favorite savory meriendas (snacks). Not only that it’s inexpensive and easy to make, ukoy is wonderful reinvented. Lately I’ve been using Krusteaz Buttermilk Pancake Mix to eliminate batter guesswork.
Peppers are gorgeous in the garden and delicious on the plate. For us Pinoys, traditionally extra pepper plants are grown around the yard for talbos (leaves) used in salads and favorite chicken dishes like tinola (chicken in ginger broth). Please note … Continue reading
My Pat Limjuco Dayrit cookbook is missing in action again. I had to Google a recipe and this is what I tried today. It’s not bad, though I’ve had better. Ingredients 1 cup flour 1/3 cup powdered milk (I used … Continue reading
Ukoy is a traditional Filipino merienda (snack). You’ve probably never imagined enjoying it with bubbly or Riesling since it is a quintessential street food in the Philippines. However, I have been enjoying ukoy at cocktail hours, proudly introducing ukoy to … Continue reading