Bacon wrapped mochi, a really delicious and simplistic pupu that can be grilled or deep fried and served hot.
When I was little, our family ate a lot of fried rice.
No wonder, there were five of us kids and my parents--7 hungry mouths to feed. It's simple, fast, and when you add a few slices of bacon--it's very flavorful. We always had it with a lot of vegetables mixed in, too. Every family, or every cook, has th...
Broiled sushi is a great party appetizer and is easy to make for those of you that don't want to spend your time rolling sushi. Place the rice and toppings in a pan, broil and serve! Your guests simply scoop the rice into a piece of nori (seaweed) and eat!
This faux “Japanese” dish will change the way you eat authentic sushi…forever! Replacing the thin Nori wrapper with fatty strips of bacon does violate the sushi law, but who the heck cares? This tasty treat serves as a meal in itself—especially for voracious rice eaters such as you and me.
This Brown Rice Tofu Poke is for those that love the taste of poke but are looking for a vegetarian or healthier option.
This is a great salad that incorporates whole grains, cooked and raw vegetables with a delicious maui onion vinaigrette!
Another all-time favorite recipe of Filipinos, especially in the Tagalog region of Luzon is the binagoongang baboy or pork with shrimp paste.