Try this ono recipe for a nori-wrapped ahi katsu with an Aloha Shoyu, mustard mayo sauce that is out of this world!
Beef short ribs cooked Filipino adobo styl..better cook extra rice for this one!
This Apple Lumpia is a dessert variation of a popular Filipino appetizer recipe.
Dining at a newly opened Tonkatsu restaurant here, the chef told me that their secret ingredient in their sauce was “A-1.” Checking in our local grocery stores, there are many variations of “Japanese Style A-1 Sauce.” Who knew.
Simply, tasty and made with pantr...
A co-worker shared her favorite pot luck dish recipe with me. She loved the simplicity of putting everything in one pan and letting the oven do the work. I have tried this recipe in a slow cooker as well.
Pork and Clams are a dish that I see on many Italian Restaurant menus, this is a version with Filipino and local flavors. Portuguese sausage, vinegar and cracked black pepper. Feel free to serve over pasta or rice!
The quintessential dessert after any Chinese meal. This particular version is made with fruit cocktail, lychee and mandarin oranges.
A great Apple Dump Cake recipe for a youngster learning to bake. Everything gets “dumped” into one bowl.
A simple yet comforting soup that is done in a flash. Arroz Caldo (Filipino Chicken Rice Soup) is often times enjoyed for breakfast after a night of one too many. It’s a feel good satisfying soup.
A classic Japanese appetizer dish. Deep pillows of soft and creamy tofu are lightly coated and fried crisp. It is served with a tempura style dipping sauce. Very quick and easy to make.
A very simple and clear soup, that is very comforting. I have seen versions of this soup with just the meat, kombu and broth. I like to serve it as a meal, adding vegetables and thin long rice noodles.
I was never a big fan of chilled soups. This Asian Gaspacho recipe however, I love. Great textures, tangy and you can make it as spicy as you like. The flavors are right up my alley.
There are probably more recipes for Fried Rice that anyone can imagine. Every ethnic culture has a version all their own and each and every recipe is truly unique. This is my every day, any time of the day, eat all day version. A note about the rice....I was always under the impression that the best Fried Rice is mad...
A twist using island fish and the flavors of a typical Portuguese dish.
A staple item on our refrigerators. Make this in big batches.
A plan ahead pupu. Our family pot luck favorite. I often times will make this as an entree for our dinner; adding potatoes, carrots and onions to the skillet after pork has browned.