Food for thought: Bunuelos

Hi Everyone, Today, I am sharing you the recipe for Bunuelos. It’s a Spanish delicacy which is very similar to our timbits or doughnut holes. They are also famous around the world. They are sweet donuts and famously served in Spain during special occasions like Christmas for instance. Bunuelos can be made with fillings likeContinue reading “Food for thought: Bunuelos”

Food for thought: Rye Bread

Rye bread is one of my family’s favorite. It’s healthy, light and tasty. The preparation is very simple and just under 1.5 hours. I normally bake two loaves at a time and save one for another week or two. It can stay in the freezer for a month or two and still good after. ThisContinue reading “Food for thought: Rye Bread”

Food for thought: Ube Pandesal

Ube Pandesal is one of the famous Filipino Breads and mostly eaten for breakfast or merienda. Pandesal can be plain or flavored like ube/taro or matcha or pandan flavor. You can also find Pandesal with fillings like Ube Cheese Pandesal. It is very soft and tasty with just a pat of butter and I recommendContinue reading “Food for thought: Ube Pandesal”

Food for thought: Dried Pork Adobo

Hello Everyone, Today, what I am about to share with you is a recipe from a friend, Gerry Daymiel. It is the famous Filipino Pork Adobo but with a twist! He called it as Dried Pork Adobo (Pinatuyong Pork Adobo). I myself, just learned recently how to cook a perfect pork adobo. Thanks again toContinue reading “Food for thought: Dried Pork Adobo”

For for thought: Gourmet Tuna Frittatas

Hello Everyone, My apology, I was on the sidetrack for a month and was not blogging. But I am here now with my New Year recipe, my simple creation: Gourmet Tuna Frittatas 😉 Voila! This recipe is very easy to prepare for breakfast. My daughter loves it very much. Actually, I started with just aContinue reading “For for thought: Gourmet Tuna Frittatas”

Food for thought: Baked Salmon

Today, I am sharing a very easy and quick dinner recipe. I normally use the oven toaster for this. I like my baked salmon very simple with just sprinkle of my favorite spices, himalayan salt and top with some honey garlic barbecue sauce or mayonnaise. For barbecue sauce, I used Diana sauce. Ingredients: Slices ofContinue reading “Food for thought: Baked Salmon”

Food for thought: Halo-halo

Happy Thanksgiving Canada! Hi Everyone, I hope and wish you all in Canada a Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving! Today, I will talk about Halo-halo which is the famous Filipino all year round treat. Halo-halo means “mixed” in Philippines. Basically, it’s all mixed fruits, sweetened treats like leche flan, ube halaya, sweetened bananas, sweet corn, pinipigContinue reading “Food for thought: Halo-halo”