[WATCHinHD] Hello Superfriends! I’m back sa balakubak! nagluto ako ng siomai with a twist! It is non other than SAYOTE. I know na kakaiba siya pero masarap! Sana itry nyo ang munti kong recipe at magugustuhan nyo talga ito. Masarap na healthy pa.
Pork Siomai is a traditional Chinese dumpling that made its way to the heart of the every Filipino’s. You can easily find it everywhere whether in any restaurant, food stall, and street food. It is also good for meryenda or movie time, sometimes I serve it as a finger food for a party (If you are a Filipino, you know that we occasionally have heavy finger food while drinking and siomai is one of that 😉).
It is traditionally cooked through steaming, but nowadays they also served it fried complemented with chili soy sauce with calamansi. Yums!
Have you ever heard about gourmet “tuyo”? Well, if you are a Pinoy like me I’m pretty sure that you have an idea what “tuyo” is all bout. But for those who didn’t know what tuyo is, Tuyo is a dried herring that is a staple product in the Philippines perfect for our Pinoy breakfast. It is also best paired with fried eggs and fried garlic rice (oh! Im craving it right now 😋! LOL!).
Just recently I saw the newly makeover recipe of tuyo! which is they called it “gourmet tuyo”. Haven’t tried yet the one they sell online because ordering it from here will cost me a lot for just a small bottle of tuyo. So I decided to make my own version of gourmet tuyo and since my mom sent me a package of Pilipino food as my birthday present last month (I’m sothankful that they include tuyo in the box 🤣) Now I would be able to make my own cheaper version of tuyo gourmet. Some people use 3 different oil like Corn oil, vegetable oil and olive oil but for this recipe I will only use olive oil. Common lets cook!
Here are the Ingredients you need to make Spicy Gourmet Tuyo in Olive Oil:
2 pack of Tuyo (Dried Herring)
1 tbsp of Sugar (White or Brown)
1 tbsp paprika
1 cup of Olive Oil (any brand you like)
1 cup of Vinegar (any brand you like)
2 garlic (crushed or cut into pieces)
1 Carrot (cut it stripe or with design if you like)
I missed eating Asian food and since I found a glass noodles in my local supermarket I immediately bought it and cook my favorite Japchae (who knows the famous Japchae of Bonchon? raise your right hands! hehehe Yummy!). I’m so happy that I can easily find all the ingredients needed in making this recipe plus the result is really good and yummy! (Not bad for the first timer like me) So lets cook my own version of japchae! 🍜
BTW What is Japchae: It is one of Korea’s best-loved dishes, with glass noodles, stir fried with vegetables and meat.Yummy! It easy to make!!
Who doesn’t like cheese cake? I know everyone love cheesecake and of course I love cheesecake too! that’s why for today’s post would be about my STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE (BAKED). Basically I know how to make the no-bake-cheesecake but I’d like to try other way around so here is it! My oh so yummy recipe. It is easy to make guys and I hope you should try too!
Chicken or Pork Adobo is authentic Filipino dish and one of the most recognized Filipino food. I make my own version of it with potatoes haha and it turned out delicious . My husband loves it and I do hope you like it too! guys! 🙂
I’ll share you guys how I cooked my very own Adobo recipe 🙂 Oh! btw you can also use pork, seafood or even vegetables too 😉 if you didn’t feel like eating chicken then you can choose alternative. Feel free to try this out! so easy to cook and the ingredients are not much as long as you have vinegar and soysauce then you can cook adobo 🙂
Adobo taste even better the next day LOL because it’s vinegar based dish 😉 It also keeps well in the fridge
This is it!…been 25 days now since I made my itlog na maalat (salted egg) and now it’s time to do some taste taste :).
As you all know I used chicken eggs instead of the usual duck eggs, so I was a little bit worried that I might just get a dry yolk rather than the oily one which is usually do happened when you use the chicken eggs. But anyway, as I search online (of course I ask MR. Google LOL) if its possible for me to attain the oily yolk even if I use different eggs or is there any method that I can use to make them as oily as possible like the one we buy in the store.
check the date!
Searching, searching and searching till I found one answer! yes i found one!! and it’s so easy to do I read her blog and it’s really interesting too. She did the brine method and also she used chicken eggs like me!(see picture below the result) 🙂 My Itlog na maalat!!