Tag: filipino cuisine

+ Binangkals are deep-fried dough ball coated with sesame seeds and originates from the Philippines.

Celebrating Eid with Binangkal – the Filipino version of Middle Eastern Leqaimat

Binangkals are deep-fried dough ball coated with sesame seeds and originates from the Philippines. They are quite similar to the regional favourite Leqaimats which are traditionally consumed during Iftar in the holy month of Ramadan, but less sweet. Eid Mubarak! I am sharing Lady M’s recipe of binangkal that I recently shared with Khaleej Times. Binangkals, according to me, are the Filipino version of … Read More Celebrating Eid with Binangkal – the Filipino version of Middle Eastern Leqaimat

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Bikol Express & The Romanticism Of The Mayon Volcano

Bikol Express is one of our favourite Filipino dish. I do not know whether it’s because of the amazing taste combining both the spicy taste of chilli and the smooth-sweet taste of coconut milk or whether it’s the stories that I have heard about the Mayon Volcano (below) looming over the horizon that must have romanticised in my mindat-least ten-folds! However, one thing is … Read More Bikol Express & The Romanticism Of The Mayon Volcano

+ Pancit Palabok

Pancit – Palabok, Bihon and Canton | On a Filipino food trail at home

Three easy Filipino Pancit or Noodle recipes that you can make at home – Palabok, Bihon and Canton. Pancit or Pansit means Noodles in Filipino cuisine and in Philippines you’ll find Panciterias or shops specialising only in noodles!