Lemon Cilantro (or Coriander) Chicken

Fresh lemon juice, aromatic spices and herbs add so much flavor to this succulent chicken dish. Easy and delicious option for a weeknight family meal!…

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Whole Roast Masala Chicken (Indian-style)

 

Flavored with aromatic spices, this whole roast Masala Chicken (Indian-style) comes out so yummy! The skin is deliciously crisp and the meat is tender and moist. This roast is very easy and quick to prepare, too.

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Crispy Adobo Flakes

Crunchy and flavorful, these crispy adobo flakes are perfect for breakfast, as topping for salad or soup and a delicious accompaniment to your favorite Asian…

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Slow Cooker Chicken Adobo

Chicken slowly braised in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic and bay leaves until fall-off-the-bone tender and DELICIOUS. This classic dish can be made a day ahead and tastes even better the next day! 

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Corned Beef Hash (Filipino Style)

Less than 30 minutes to make a yummy for left-over corned beef – Filipino-style corned beef hash. Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner and certainly have it with rice or bread, if you like.

Easy 30 minute recipe for left-over corned beef. Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner and certainly have it with rice or bread, if you like.

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Special Fried Rice

Easy and yummy way to make your favorite take-away Chinese Special Fried Rice.

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Camaron Rebosado (Citrus Battered Shrimp / Filipino Shrimp Tempura)

Camaron Rebosado is a citrus-marinated battered shrimp served with a sweet sour sauce and is the Filipino version of tempura. Cruncy-licious and flavorful, it’s a great appetizer and a sure crowd-pleaser!

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Fried Rice with Aromatic Spices

Tasty and mildly spiced this fried rice is the perfect side dish for your favorite Asian food especially curries and stews. Great way to use left-over rice, too and it’s gluten-free! 

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Easy Peanut (Satay) Sauce

Use smooth or crunchy peanut butter to make this easy and tasty Peanut (Satay) Sauce. Serve this as sauce or dip for grilled meat or toss with some noodles for an Asian-inspired dish.

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Date and Walnut Bars (food for the gods)

Known locally as “food for the gods” this is a holiday-perfect bar that’s rich, buttery, nutty and totally delicious! Use walnut, pecan, hazelnut or even cashews for the nuts. Regular and gluten-free option available.

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Fresh Ginger Tea with Honey (Salabat) to help cure Cold, Cough and Flu

This is what I drink whenever I feel the onset of cold, cough, sore throat or flu. This fresh ginger tea with honey (salabat) helps…

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