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Bibimbap Recipe

Filipino Style Bibimbap This is probably one of the most popular Korean dish that is well,being loved by Filipinos. I always see this dish in some episodes of Korean dramas/movies, and Korean actors-actresses eat it like it's the most delicious thing ever.(K-drama addicts can testify to that lol). They usually eat it in a big bowl and devour it with so much loved. I remembered the first time I tried bibimbap (4yrs ago) was in SM Food Court stall Mr.Kimbob,  as soon as I saw it I was like,"I need to eat that , I need to order that asap", based on my own experienced as a Korean drama fanatic,  anything and everything about Koreans makes you want to try everything that's related to them.  Anyways, What is Bibimbap?  Bibimbap (λΉ„λΉ”λ°₯) is a Rice mixed with vegetables, meat, an egg, and chili pepper paste. It's really delicious and healthy, and I find it very easy to make. There are many variations to this dish , so you can actually add you're preferred

Samyang Buldak Bokkeummyun Review

Besides being a k-drama and k-movies addict, I am also a huge fan of Korean Foods, watching those Korean actors and actresses ate their foods made me drool; All the Time. They seem to look like all their food are so daang delicious! Especially those ramen/noodles! Well originally, Buldak Bokkeummyun is a spicy fried chicken flavor. I loved spicy foods a lot,and it so happen that I've been seeing a lot of raved and challenges with Samyang's Buldak Bokkeummyun thru Youtube and read about good reviews thru ebay, so I got very curious , as they say it is one of the spiciest noodles ever! It claims to make you cry and make your mouths on fire. Ooh! Interesting, that's something I must try! So, now let's make this Buldak Bokkeummyun.. Back of the package How to prepare: add noodle to a pot of boiling water and cook for 5 minutes.   Drain, saving 120 ml water. Add in liquid sachet. Return to heat and stir fry for 30 seconds. Sprinkle garnish. S

Dynamite Chili Fingers

Dynamite is a great snack for friends and families gatherings, from the word itself they called it Dynamite because as soon as you had your first bite it's such a bomb, you can never stop munching these crispy chili fingers. The taste of cheese, pork with a picante makes you crave for more. I usually served and see it at family or friends drinking sessions(Inuman Session). Here in the Philippines we called it Pulutan (pika-pika) or finger foods. It besteeest served with an ice cold beer. When making Dynamites it is best to used the big chili fingers(siling haba),as the big ones are not too spicy and I also soak them in water for 5 minutes so it’ll sure be crispier. It’s a little bit time consuming, but all worth the goodness.  Here's my Dynamite Crispy Chili Fingers Recipe and let me know what you think. ______________________________________________________________________________ Prep time 20 mins – Cook Time 5 mins – Total Time 25 mins ________________________

Paksiw na Bangus

Paksiw  is a Filipino style of cooking which means  "to cook and simmer in vinegar". I have read somewhere that Paksiw way of cooking or using vinegar was made to preserved foods longer during the old days as people in the rural areas usually don't have refrigerators back then.  Cooking food with vinegar reduces the fishy odor and have the least possibility of getting spoiled , that's why if we cook a lot or if we cook something with coconut cream (gata), we usually add a bit of vinegar just so, it won't spoil easily .  I'll b sharing with you my Paksiw na Bangus Recipe and let me know what you think. PAKSIW NA BANGUS prep time 10 mins Yield:   4 Servings PREP TIME10 mins Cook time 15 mins TOTAL TIME 25 mins INGREDIENTS                          πŸ’•1 medium Bangus(cleaned,scales removed then sprinkle w/salt) πŸ’•1 small size ginger, crushed and sliced) πŸ’•1 small onion, peeled sliced into four parts πŸ’•1 bundle Mustasa