Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘dinner’

GarlicParmNEW

FINALLY!!! My first post for 2013! And there’s no better recipe to share than my most favorite food in the world -FRIED CHICKEN!

Mind you, this is no ordinary fried chicken, coz after being fried to crispy goodness, it is then tossed in a buttery-garlicky-cheesy sauce!

For followers of my blog, I have already shared one of my favorite fried chicken recipes (here). This one’s equally good, even better, I think. Plus, it’s easier to make. The sauce is sinful, yes, but you’ll get over your guilt once you take a bite of the succulent piece of fried chicken. Not to mention dipping it in a even more sinful dipping sauce.

Ok, I think that intro’s enough, I’m drooling already.

Here’s the recipe.

(more…)

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

Hey friends! Sorry I’ve not been updating this blog for the past few weeks. Just busy with work, then went on a quick vacation for some R&R.  No worries though, I’ll be posting some great recipes soon!

Anyways, August is my favorite month of the year coz it’s my birth month. This year, I celebrated my 26th birthday with Asian-inspired dishes. So let me share some of the dishes I prepared for my birthday, and yes, I’ll be posting some of the recipes 🙂

FOOD PORN!!! 🙂

Deep-fried BBQ Pork Dumplings

Cuapao with Hong-ma and Peanut Filling

 

v That’s me blowing the birthday cake candle. Food on the left (T-B) BBQ Pork Dumplings, Korean Fried Chicken and Kung Pao Chicken Pasta.

Here we have Korean Beef Bulgogi, Cuapao, and Yang Chow Fried Rice

 

My AWESOME Family!!!

My SuperCool HS Barkada

 

And speaking of birthdays, watch out for my next post…

Pinoy-style Spaghetti puts the classic (read: boring) tomato-basil sauce to shame. This particular pasta sauce uses sugar (lots of it!), banana ketchup, ground beef, ham, and lots and lots of sliced hotdogs!!! It is then topped with a generous serving of grated cheese!

Read Full Post »

Carbs and cheese? You can’t go wrong with that! It is probably one of everybody’s comfort foods. But as sinfully good  a hot serving of mac and cheese seems, it can be quite boring. So to spice things up -yeah literally!- add some heat! Ok, so carbs, cheese and some heat? Man, we have a winner!

I’ve read a couple of times of how good mac and cheese  with hot sauce is. So when I had to opportunity to make one, I just had to do it. Problem is, on that very same night, I didn’t have hot sauce in the pantry. No Tabasco, not even Mama Sita! Haha! What I saw in the pantry was Sriracha. Perfect! I’ve always preferred Sriracha over Tabasco anyway.

 


For those who are unfamiliar with Sriracha, it is the Asian hot sauce. It is a Thai (I always thought it was Vietnamese) hot sauce  made from chili peppers, vinegar, garlic, sugar and salt. Unlike most regular hot sauces, Sriracha is usually tangier and sweeter. Personally, I find Sriracha more robust  in flavor than Tabasco, therefore perfect with my recipe!

And since July 7 is National Macaroni Day, make one today! Here’s my recipe

(more…)

Read Full Post »