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Chicken Tinola Noodle Soup

For the previous more than 4 weeks now,  I’ve been cooking soup dishes most of the time because of my off-again-on-again relationship with my gut.  And having hot soups for lunch and supper is a tummy-relief for me.  The Husband always enjoys our soupy dinner a lot and I am not sure who is happier …

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Chicken Siopao Asado

Filipinos and some Chinese (those who speak Hokkien) call these Siopao. Baozi is the general term by some Chinese.They are also called Sa la pao by the Thai restaurant here in Doha, Qatar that we frequent.  Bao, pao, pow, however they are called in the Asian and Oriental cuisines, they refer to steamed buns that …

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Adobong Atay at Balunbalunan ng Manok

You might have noticed that we’ve been  featuring Filipino recipes using organ meats as the main ingredients for the previous days, mostly were from oxen and cows.  That’s because organ meat dishes are our focus this week.  This adobo recipe uses meat organs as main ingredients, and this time from chicken.  There’s not much to say …

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Easy Chinese Style Steamed Chicken

Remember the Easy Roasted Chicken I posted a few days back? If you haven’t seen that visit my post here.  The recipe was so simple and easy to make, there was nothing fancy and no special trick necessary. The same is true with this recipe. All it requires is a pot where you can submerge …

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Easy Roasted Chicken

There are times when I only want a  roasted chicken that tastes simple without the overpowering flavors of spices and aromatics.  I just want the flavor of the chicken when roasted, period.  With this simplicity, comes an easier and less-laborious method of enjoying a delicious roasted chicken in the end.  No elaborated brining nor marinating, …

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Slow-cooked Tinolang Manok with Tanglad (lemon grass)

Filipinos are composed of many ethnic groups that are spread geographically among the 7,100 islands in the archipelago.  In this post I would not like to use the words “ethnic groups” or minorities as these words connotes discrimination which is not my intention.  Let me rephrase my introduction this way then.  Filipinos can be grouped …

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Jap Chae – Korean Stir-fried Noodles

Stir-fried noodles is one of the easiest and tastiest one-dish meal I always prepare.  I’ve cooked a variety of this dish, from the Pinoy to the Thai to the Malaysian to the original Chinese.  I toss in everything on the wok and just stir-fry the meat, sometimes fish or seafood, veggies, and noodles all together. I …

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Fried Chicken with Asian Sweet & Hot Sauce

My friends call this buffalo chicken.  I don’t. I am calling it fried chicken drenched in my special sweet and hot sauce.  Buffalo chicken wings refers to fried or baked chicken covered in a mixture of hot sauces and butter.  Well mine is almost like that except that it has an Asian touch to it. …

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