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Chicken Adobo

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If you are Filipino, you probably grew up eating adobo. This is a staple in most Filipino homes and each family usually have their own way of making it. As I have mentioned before this is flavored by a combination of soy sauce and vinegar. To make this recipe work you need to get the Filipino brand soy sauce, I use Lauriat because this is what my mom and grandma has been using. There are different brands of Filipino soy sauce in the market and you can choose any you…read more

Mapo Tofu

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Our family loves tofu and this recipe is a favorite. It is relatively easy to prepare, you just need to have the right ingredients. Mapo tofu is a spicy dish originating from the Sichuan Province of China. Sichuan cuisine is known for it’s bold flavors and the use of chilis, spices and of course it’s Sichuan peppers. Authentic mapo tofu uses doubanjiang which is a paste made of fermented broad beans and spices. They use Pixian Douban in particular which is somewhat difficult to get a hold off here in…read more

Green Tea Noodle Salad

Posted by in Pasta/Noodles

This is another easy recipe that you can whip up for your family. Just like when making a salad, you can add whatever ingredient you like or have on hand. First, cook your green tea noodle according to the package directions and set aside. Chop and prepare the rest of your ingredients. Drain well a small can of light tuna, slice a half of an avocado, make your egg crepe and slice it into strips, wash and dry a handful of cilantro and cut into small strips one small radish….read more