Brazo de Cups are a soft cotton meringue cups filled with rich sweet custard, sprinkled with icing sugar on top. It melts in your mouth, you don’t want to stop eating it.
The Braised Beef Stew or commonly known to Filipinos as Beef Pares are cubed tenderised beef cooked with different spices and served perfectly with garlic fried rice or noodles.
Colourful Mini Puto is a steamed rice cakes, usually seen during celebrations in the Philippines and normally as a snack. But this recipe is not composed of rice cakes, rather I used all-purpose flour with butter, sugar and egg whites.
Today, I made Avocado Chocolate and Cashew Brownies at my kitchen. Wait, what? Yep, you read that right… Avocado in brownies! Isn’t that unusual. But believe me when I say, it’s surprisingly good!
This Lemon Meringue Pie is a sugar pie crust topped with a creamy lemon filling and fluffy brown sugar meringue. With a little bit of effort in the kitchen, I ended up having this amazingly delicious Lemon Meringue Pie! It is totally worth it! Believe me!
There are only three ingredients in making Basic Meringue; egg whites, sugar and cream of tartar or acid. They came out really good, just like the meringue my Mom bought for me in the Philippines when I was little. You know those colourful meringues in a plastic bag? Yep, those ones.
All Time Favourites
This Avocado Tuna Salad is made with very simple ingredients. It is very easy to make and has a surprising combination of ingredients that work well together. You can eat it as a side dish with your dinner or for a very satisfying quick lunch.
Have you tried Korean Coconut Fried Chicken? This is so great with simple garlic mayo, tartare sauce, Korean BBQ sauce, or spicy apricot sauce. I guess any sauce would be nice! But I definitely guaranteed, if this chicken is marinated and fried properly, this is the bomb!
This vibrant ube puto which is originated from the Philippines can be enjoyed any time of the day, usually during breakfast or snacks (meryenda). Topped with cheese to get that sweet-salty combination.
Sapin-Sapin means “layered” and this Filipino dessert is distinguishable from others because of its colourful layers of glutinous rice topped with toasted desiccated coconuts. It is made out of glutinous rice flour, coconut milk, sugar, flavouring and food colouring. The usual colours of sapin-sapin are purple, yellow or orange and white.
This is what we called Chicken Mami, a popular Filipino noodle dish made from fresh egg noodles and homemade chicken broth, topped with napa cabbage, carrots, fried garlic, hard boiled eggs and chopped spring onions. Chilli is optional.
Here is another great Filipino dish called “Laing” that is composed of dried Taro leaves and coconut milk. It is originally from the province of Bicol. I’m hoping that this dish will get an international credit in the future.
Low Carb and Keto
Brazo de Mercedes is one of my favourite Filipino cakes, made of soft and fluffy meringue and sweet custard filling that melts in your mouth. But wait, there’s more, this recipe is Keto friendly using my Homemade Keto condensed milk.
This flavourful Keto Chicken Curry with Coconut and Lemongrass recipe is EASY, anyone can do it.
Cauliflower Rice or a.k.a. Caulirice is a staple food of people who are following a Low Carb or Keto diet. It’s a perfect replacement for rice.
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