One of my favorite dishes of all times! I like how the sweet and sour combination tastes in my mouth. Who doesn’t? 😆
General Tso’s Chicken is a famous Asian dish made of cube-sized deep fried chicken coated with a slightly spicy and sour sauce. Here is my easy version.
Homebound and craving for chocolate cookies?
Oh yes, I am!
I used Milo powder as a substitute for cocoa powder since I’m too lazy to get out of the house.
Happy Lazy Sunday Morning!
I think everyone woke up lazy today since there’s no electricity in the whole city. It’s a really warm morning especially inside the house. Whew! So, I took a little walk to the Chinese market and bought myself a half-kilo of shrimp! 😛
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
1 tsp baking powder
6 tbsp granulated sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1 tbsp vegetable oil
sprinkle of salt
I saw this video on Youtube of how to make Jello Marshmallow Roll-Ups. Later that day, I can’t stop thinking about making my own roll-ups.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
I guess this is the first time I actually kinda try to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Another easy dessert using only a few ingredients.
This is one of my favorite snacks when I was still in the Philippines along with the fresh lumpia. 😀
Another easy to make recipe that consists of an egg, wrapped with ground meat and coated with bread crumbs, kind of similar to the Filipino street food, Kwek-kwek. It is perfect to serve for breakfast or as a snack.
Pancit is famous in the Philippines during birthdays and special occasions. For Filipinos, it symbolizes long life. The noodles used are introduced by the Chinese and was later adopted in the Filipino cuisine.