My recipe for Homemade Chili Garlic Oil is up at ManilaSpeak.com. Chili Oil is a common condiment in Chinese restaurants. It usually is added to soy sauce and used with dim sum.
My lengua de gato cookies recipe is up at ManilaSpeak.com.
This week’s recipe at ManilaSpeak.com is a cocktail called a Pink Bomb. It’s made with Manille Liqueur de Calamansi and Tanduay Dark Rum.
My carbonara recipe is up at ManilaSpeak.com.
My Gluten-Free Chocolatey Nutty Oats Cookies recipe is up at ManilaSpeak.com. It was the first time for me to make something gluten-free. Baking is a science, where each ingredient has a specific purpose. Replacing ingredients is an interesting challenge. You need to find alternative ingredients that can chemically react similarly to what you are replacing. […]
This week’s recipe for ManilaSpeak.com will be a gluten-free chocolatey nutty oats cookie. We took the cookies up to Pico de Loro, and they were perfect for trail food.
This week’s recipe is up at ManilaSpeak.com.
My recipe for Creamy Homemade ChocNut Butter is up at ManilaSpeak. I made this recipe because some of the commercial versions I found looked like there was too much oil used in the formula. That’s why the formula in the article uses so little oil. Peanuts by themselves are already naturally oily, and release their […]
Rica and Brian were eating the results of my upcoming ManilaSpeak recipe for Chocnut spread. It is a chocolate candy made with roasted peanuts, cane sugar, chocolate powder, milk powder, and vanilla. For many Filipinos, Chocnut is a bite of childhood.
My Sukiyaki recipe is up at ManilaSpeak. This recipe deviates a bit from the traditional in that it requires you to sauté the vegetables before adding them to the soup. I find this adds flavor to the vegetables. You only sauté them for a little bit, as you want them to still be crunchy. […]