Beer-battered Banana Fritters

Description One of my all-time favorite snacks would be fried bananas! It can be in any form, from simple fried to sugar-coated banana cue to a little fancier fried bananas with cinnamon sugar. For this banana fritters recipe, I used ice-cold beer to enhance the texture of the batter - making it very fluffy and … Continue reading Beer-battered Banana Fritters

Tofu & Kangkong Guisado

This recipe is very simple yet so tasty and is vegan friendly - to all my vegan and vegetarian friends, this is for you! ๐Ÿ™‚ And yes, you can replicate this easily from your own home. You can also do your own variation like adding tuna flakes or if you like to use meat of … Continue reading Tofu & Kangkong Guisado

Classic Filipino Chicken Adobo

Author's Note Adobo is considered a national dish in the Philippines and while there might be a lot of versions depending on the region where you come from, the main ingredients remain very basic and are a pantry staple - consists of meat or even vegetables, vinegar, soy sauce, peppercorns and garlic. I hope you … Continue reading Classic Filipino Chicken Adobo

Tofu & Spinach Salad in Ponzu Vinaigrette

Craving for something tasty and delicious without the guilt? Try this simple salad that you will enjoy with your loved one. This is perfect for a late summer lunch. Ingredients 200 grams firm tofu - marinate in a tablespoon of Kikkoman Soy Sauce, olive oil and pepper 100 grams fresh spinach sliced tomatoes fruits of … Continue reading Tofu & Spinach Salad in Ponzu Vinaigrette

Pineapple Flowers

Author's Note I made this oven-dried pineapple flowers for the first time as part of upgrading the look of my well-loved Carrot Cake. Making these delicious pineapple flowers is just easy and while drying them out takes a little while but rest assured that you will be happy when you see how it turns out! … Continue reading Pineapple Flowers

Ginataang Champorado

Author's Note Growing up with my grandparents in a small farming town in Bohol and with the abundance of cacao trees surrounding our house, we always have our own supply of homemade tableya or pure chocolate tablets. It is customary at home that my Lola Laida will prepare champorado or sampora as she calls it … Continue reading Ginataang Champorado

Ginisang Kalabasa at Sardinas

Mga sangkap 500 gramo ng hiniwang kalabasa1 lata ng sardinas2 1/2 kutsara ng toyo 3 piraso ng bawang, hiniwa ng maninipis 1 piraso ng sibuyas, hiniwa ng maninipis 1 malaking piraso ng kamatis, hiwain ng malilit1 lata ng tubig, gamit ang pinagbuksan na lata ng sardinas kaunting durog na paminta Pamamaraan sa pagluto Sa isang … Continue reading Ginisang Kalabasa at Sardinas

Pan de SOY

Have you ever imagined of mixing soy sauce to your bread dough? Well, I did and I love the result! As a pan de sal lover, I recommend that you try this as well. This recipe is derived from our famous Pan de Sal. Instead of using sal or salt, I substituted it with the … Continue reading Pan de SOY

The Introvert Kitchen loves Kikkoman

I am very excited and thrilled to be in partnership with Kikkoman Europe! Yehey! Growing up in the Philippines or in East Asia in general, soy sauce can be considered as part of our DNA. In fact, you can find soy sauce in most of our dishes. My most favorite Filipino dishes include pork adobo, humba … Continue reading The Introvert Kitchen loves Kikkoman

Spanish Bread

Spanish bread is another panaderya classic that I really love through the years and I am happy to share with you this personally tested recipe for you also to make at home. I hope that you will enjoy the end product as much as I do! ๐Ÿ™‚ Ingredients: Dough 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour + … Continue reading Spanish Bread