♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Very good! I will never stop eating curry 🙂 This time I didn’t have potatoes, so….carrots & chicken it was. So, I figured not everybody can buy the Golden curry cubes, so I’ve done a bit of research and runnyrunny999 had an episode on how to make the curry roux. Ingredients: 4 […]Read more "Chicken&Carrots Curry"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Very good! Prawn crackers aka Banh phong tom are another staple in our pantry. They’re great for filling your cravings for crunchy chips. This is my favorite brand because they end up looking like white disks. They are about the size of 50 cents Australian dollar, just a little bit bigger […]Read more "Banh phong tom"
I tried making puff pasty once, and I definitely think I will probably never do it again. I made my first laminated pastry dough in October 10, 2013. Thanks to Joepastry.com. He had a great step by step tutorial and a wonderful explanation of the entire process. It is a lot harder than it looks from […]Read more "Ham & Cheese Pastry"
Kwek kwek is a popular street food in the Philippines. It is usually made with “balut”-a duck egg with an itsy bitsy embryo. I don’t remember ever eating Kwek kwek, because my mother didn’t allow us to purchase and eat street foods sold by the street. She was always skeptical about where the water that was […]Read more "Kwek Kwek"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Very good! When I was about teen-ish years old, my mother brought home a box of Shiroi-Koibito. It was a large metal box filled with individually wrapped cookies. She received them as a present from her boss, “Chef Takaya” who was from Japan. Every time Chef Takaya came home for his holiday […]Read more "Cookies – Shiroi Koibito"
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ = Very good! We own a “Takoyaki” pan. Yep… the fabulous pan had been sitting in the cabinet collecting cob webs for quite some time now. But today might be it’s lucky day! I’ve discovered a danish pancake called “Ebleskiver/AEbleskiver” meaning apple slices. Apparently they are pancake stuffed with apples or fruits […]Read more "AEbleskiver"