A classic and hugely popular Filipino recipe, Chopsuey is a stir-fry dish made of mixed vegetables in a thickened and perfectly seasoned white or light brown sauce with meat like pork, chicken, and shrimp added to make it substantial. Serve with rice for a tasty, wholesome and complete meal!
In 15 minutes or less you have a tasty fried rice full of bacon deliciousness plus spice and tang from kimchi! A flavor explosion that your tastebuds will love this Bacon and Kimchi Fried Rice is perfect when you have left-over rice, some bacon and kimchi to use up.
The Philippines has over 7,000 islands and many countless powdery white sandy beaches with the clearest and cleanest water and with the perfect temperature year-round so you can swim anytime you want! Here’s a sample of the kind of beaches we have in the Philippines – Laki Beach in Bataan, just 3 hours north of Metro Manila.
Unbelievably easy recipe for a pretty, super yummy and festive holiday dessert loaded with cherry pie filling. These Easy Cherry Holiday Squares or Bars are perfect to make for that last-minute holiday baking. Serves a crowd! #cherryholidaybars #cherryholidaysquares #christmasbaking #holidaybaking
For a delicious holiday-inspired coffee drink, make this super easy and very tasty Eggnog Coffee. Enjoy on its own or top with whipped cream and sprinkle with cinnamon or nutmeg for that extra festive touch and yumminess! #eggnogcoffee #howtomakeeggnogcoffee #holidaydrink #christmas
This Beef Pares Mami is the Filipino version of pho and is equally tasty. Tender pieces of beef are cooked slowly until meltingly tender in a perfectly seasoned and spiced broth. Fresh egg noodles are then added to make a mouthwateringly delicious soup that is perfect for the entire family!
I have made these many times and every time I am asked for the recipe and how it’s done because it’s just so delicious! This Pumpkin Delight Dessert uses a cake mix and for crust and topping and sandwiched in between is a perfectly spiced layer of pumpkin. Adding pecans to the buttery topping brings this dessert over the top!
Cubes of sirloin steak are slow-cooked with bell pepper, onion, and mushrooms in a made-from-scratch teriyaki sauce until perfectly tender. Ladle a big scoop over cooked rice to satisfy those take-out cravings!