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Milky Slushy with Purple Yam

Iskrambol If I say school snacks what’s the first food comes to mind? I grew up in the Philippines and what I remember during school recess or break is this cold, sweet and colourful dessert. The vendor usually seen outside of schools and parks waiting for the students and young children to persuade their parents […]

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Steamed Pork Bun

Siopao Asado A fantastic snack worth making! Filipino cuisine have many influences this includes Chinese cuisine. Filipinos have always traded with their neighboring country like China even before Spain colonized Philippines. Some Chinese business men stayed in Philippines, either to start/expand a business or marry a Filipino or both. Bringing with them is their homeland […]

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Deep Fried Quails Eggs in Beer Batter

Kwek-kwek This dish is probably the most underrated Filipino street food in the Philippines. The original recipe doesn’t have any beer with it, my version is taken from England’s fish & chips batter super charged it with beer or sparkling water. It creates bubbles and makes the batter airy and crisp! I love this dish […]

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Floating Rice Cake

Palitaw Palitaw is one of many ‘kakanin’ or rice cakes that Filipinos love to eat for merienda or snacks. We also serve Palitaw as a dessert at parties and gatherings. It’s a delicacy in the Philippines and it’s one of many dishes that are truly Filipino. The word ‘palitaw’ literally means ‘to float’ or ‘floating’. […]

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No Churn Purple Yam Ice Cream

Ube Sorbetes Ube or Purple yam has to be the top flavour of desserts among Filipinos, as a people, we are obsessed with Ube. Other countries use purple yam as a savoury dish, something to complement a meaty dish but Filipinos use it as a dessert ONLY. From cakes, ice cream, candy, steamed cakes, sweet […]

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Shrimp & Vegetable Fritters

Ukoy Usually sold in the streets and eaten as snacks.  I serve this as a starter or as a sharing plate at my parties. It’s a great finger food and I can assure you it’s one my diners’, family and friends’ favourites! This little gem is fried to a crisp; a mixture of shrimps, beansprouts, […]

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