This fish curry is deliciously tangy and spicy. It's an extraordinary combination with hot rice and idly.
Sotanghon, aka glass or clear noodle soup, is a favorite Filipino dish. Made from mung beans, this type of noodle is flexible and resistant to overcooking, making it well-suited to soups. This quick and easy recipe includes vegetables, fully cooked shrimp, and imitation crab.
While Filipino ceviche, known as kinilaw in Tagalog, traditionally uses fish, any kind of seafood will do. This recipe uses oysters. This is a quick and easy recipe. The oysters are simply marinated in vinegar and served raw.
This is an easy-to-make, smoke-flavoured cottage cheese curry dish. A recipe video is included.
Did you know that mooncakes have been eaten in China for over a thousand years? Here's everything you need to know about these delicious traditional pastries.
This Filipino noodle dish features a mix of chicken, vegetables, and a type of clear noodle called bean-thread noodles, also known as glass noodles or vermicelli. These noodles are made from mung beans.
Beetroot is a healthy, delicious, and colorful vegetable that everyone should consider adding to their diet. Beetroot rasam is a mouthwatering appetizer or side dish that is made with split pigeon pea, beetroot, and spices. Serve this rasam with cooked rice or enjoy it as a soup.
These crisp karanjis are prepared with a filling of coconut and jaggery. I've also included a recipe video to demonstrate how to make it.
Embutido is like a Filipino version of meatloaf. This recipe uses ground chicken and is stuffed with other goodies, including hot dogs and hard-boiled eggs.
Ginataang manok is a Filipino stew made with chicken and vegetables simmered in coconut milk.
Masala poha (spiced flattened rice) is a delightful dish that is often served in combination with upma for breakfast. Many South Indian restaurants serve it for breakfast.
Prepare these peanut ladoos (sweet peanut balls) in minutes. A recipe video is also included.
This tomato chutney is a tasty, simple, easy, flavorful and healthy side dish that is often cooked in North Indian households. It is a mixture of sweet, tangy and spicy flavors, and it is typically served with dosa, paratha, uttappam, upma and snacks.
This onion tomato chutney is rich with cashew nuts. The tomatoes add a tanginess while the jaggery adds a touch of sweetness. There is no coconut in this chutney. It makes an excellent side dish with dosa, idli, steamed rice, etc.
This dish consists of grilled Asian eggplant that has been dipped in beaten eggs, sprinkled with cooked ground pork and then pan-fried. It's served as a main dish with rice.
Bingka ubi, or baked cassava cake, is one of my favorite traditional Malay cakes. It's fragrant, tender, and a little bit sticky, but I love it. Let me show you how to make it!
Quick and easy to make, sooji ka nashta are deliciously healthy potato stuffed semolina pancakes. A recipe video is also included.
Try these delicious, crispy potato pinwheels for breakfast, a packed lunch, or anytime snacks. A recipe video is also included.
Sinigang is a sour Filipino soup made from tamarinds. This recipe contains pork, taro root, and Japanese daikon radish. It's not eaten by itself as a soup, but rather it's eaten as a main dish with rice.
Wheat flour and dry fruits laddu is an Indian festival sweet, traditionally made during the Nagara Panchami festival. Try this healthy and delicious sweet treat!