Sans Rival a very yummy layered dessert. Each layer is topped with a nice amount of icing like filling and cashews on top. This recipe is definitely for cashew lovers out there!
Growing up, this was a favourite "western" food that we would order at the clubhouse restaurant. The sides that went on this dish would include potato fries, carrot & peas salad and garnished with sliced tomato and cucumber. The asian touch would be to eat the chicken with chili sauce - preferably Lingam's. If you prefer, mushroom sauce can also be served over the chicken.
This is a popular Filipino dessert. My whole family goes crazy for ube ice cream, but the store-bought kind contains preservatives and food coloring. It's very easy to make ube ice cream at home and it tastes better than the ones at the store. I used homemade ube halaya and condensed milk, but they're readily available at the market.
I use fishballs in this recipe to add flavour and different texture to the dish. You can easily make this into a vegetarian dish by omitting that.
This sweet coconut stuffed pancake roll is usually served as a snack at teatime. It is also known as Kueh Ketayap.
Juicy whole chicken roasted or cooked on a rotiserrie. It still remains a popular street food in the Phillipines. It's best to give time for marinating so that the flavour melds together. Serve it with lechon sauce.
A braised dish made out of marinated pork. Pork asado is originally a Chinese recipe that has its own Filipino version.
A friend gave me this recipe - it's quick, easy and perfect every time!