I tried to make one of my favorite dips from one of my favorite restaurants–a very cheesy spinach and cheese dip!
After testing a number of recipes, I’ve finally found the chicken recipe which I prefer the most!
This spicy, nutty version of the dish is so delicious, it will make you come back for more 🙂
This recipe was featured in Potluck by Jaycee Sahagun. It looked so interesting and I love noodles so I knew I had to give it a try! It’s spicy, delicious and quite addicting! Read further for more details.
Egg Fried Rice is one of the dishes I love when I was in Taiwan during my student exchange semester. It was so accessible anywhere, in small street stalls or family restaurants, one used to be right outside the tunnel of the National Sun Yat-Sen University in Kaohsiung, and another near the temple where they…
I really love this dish! This delicious Chinese restaurant favorite only requires less than 20 minutes of your time and only five ingredients.
One of the dishes that I published was featured on TV! Click the link to see more, and to get the recipe.
One of my favorite recipes when I lived in Taiwan. I am sharing with you not only the recipe, but the journey that I went through in search for the best recipe that recreated memories from that hill side restaurant outside of Kaohsiung city.
A lot of people are familiar with vietnamese fresh spring rolls—soft rice paper wrapper, some shrimp or meat, lettuce, vermicelli noodles, and carrots. But when you use the same rice paper to make spring rolls—the results are bomb! It’s like having a crispy cracker wrapped around some juicy meat filling. So good!
Maruya, otherwise known as Banana Fritters is a common snack in the Philippines. They’re great–sweet, delicious and filling! If you want them as a dessert, you can have a small serving too. Click for the recipe.