Easy Thai Shrimp Curry

A quick and easy way to make the most delicious Thai Shrimp Curry. Spicy scrumptiousness guaranteed!

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Lumpia (Filipino Vegetarian Spring Rolls)

These crunchy and delicious spring rolls – Lumpia – are the perfect appetizers for any party and great for snacking, too. This can be made vegetarian or a little meat may be added, too.

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Green Tea Chocolate Muffins

With a subtle hint of green tea and chocolate flavors, too plus a natural vibrant green color these moist and tender muffins are great for tea time or any time you fancy a sweet snack.

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Cassava Cake with Creamy Custard Topping

With a soft and spongy texture, flavored with coconut and condensed milk and then topped with a creamy vanilla custard sauce – your taste buds will dance with joy with each bite of this favorite Filipino delicacy.

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Green Tea Cream Cheese Brownies

Matcha Green Tea provides a lovely contrast of flavors and colors in this delicious and fudgy brownies. One slice won’t be enough as it’s so…

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Slow Cooker Red-Cooked Chicken

I love cooking Chinese food. It really is, next to Filipino cuisine, my favorite. Whenever I crave something with Asian flavors that means family dinner…

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Corn and Spinach (Suam) Soup

With corn, spinach and meat and flavored with ginger for extra zing, this simple soup is tasty, healthy and easy to make. When I was…

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Chicken and Pork Adobo

This is my family’s favorite version of this Filipino classic dish. It’s so easy to make and very flavorful, too. Try it for yourself – it’s the ultimate chicken and pork adobo!

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Shrimp in Sour Soup (Sinigang na Hipon)

Living in an island archipelago surrounded by waters can have a lot of advantageous! For me this is the top reason – fresh seafood! So…

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Daing na Bangus (Milkfish marinated in Vinegar and Garlic)

Milkfish marinated in seasoned vinegar and garlic and then fried to perfection! This classic Asian fish dish is favorite for breakfast or any time of…

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Lechon Paksiw (Stewed Roast Pork)

Such an easy and tasty way to reuse left-over roast pork for your next dinner! Takes minutes to cook and quick to prep this Lechon Paksiw (Stewed Roast Pork) recipe is versatile, indeed!

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