Pad See Ew (Thai Stir-fried Noodles) – A very popular noodle dish right up there with Pad Thai. A sweet-salty sauce all soaked up by the noodles then allowed to caramelize in the wok makes this one delicious dish. Easy to make and cooks really fast, it’s dinner or snack in no time!
This fancy fried rice – Khao Pad Sapparot (Thai Pineapple Fried Rice) combines the flavors of pineapples, raisins and cashew nuts with a hint of curry that work together to produce an exquisite array of tastes in your mouth. If you wish to impress your family and friends, this is the rice to make! This dish can be made vegetarian but it’s common to add shrimp or chicken to the dish. Often served in a hollowed-out pineapple, it is sure to please the crowd every time!
This Instant Pot or Stove Top version of Filipino-style Picadillo is sweet-salty and full of savory deliciousness coming from perfectly seasoned ground beef cooked with vegetables and raisins! The raisins add that subtle sweet element which elevates this dish to the top! Served with rice but for a more substantial meal fried plantains and eggs are added as accompaniments, too.
The use of dark soy sauce gives this tasty noodle dish – Hokkie Mee – an eye-catching hue. With prawn or shrimp, chicken and pork belly added to the mix, you’re sure to enjoy this very tasty Malaysian staple. It’s also simple to make and one that you’ll add to your menu rotation on a regular basis.
This has now become a classic favorite in my household. Use your corned beef and turn it into this delicious and hearty soup loaded with vegetables with a tangy mouth-puckering flavor that would leave your tastebuds asking for more! Made even easier in the Instant Pot – this Sinigang na Corned Beef (Corned Beef Sour Soup) produces a melt-in-your-mouth tender beef that is oh-so-good!