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Fish Kropek Recipe

Loading… Kropek or fish crackers are deep fried crackers made from starch and other ingredients. These crackers originated in Indonesia, they call it “Kerepuk” which means prawn crackers or fish crackers.  Kropek is a famous snack in other parts of the world. In Malaysia they call it keropok; kropek in the Philippines and kroepoek in… Continue reading Fish Kropek Recipe

Appetizers · Asian Food · Food Business · International Recipe · Japanese Food · Street food

Takoyaki (Filipino Style)

Loading… If you like Takoyaki.. welcome to the club. I’m one of the fan of this Japanese appetizer/street food since childhood. In Japan, Takoyaki means octopus balls. It is a japanese soft-ball-shape snack made of a wheat flour-based batter, cooked in a takoyaki molded pan and drizzled with sauce, bonito flakes and dried seaweeds. Yummy! This… Continue reading Takoyaki (Filipino Style)

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Tteokbokki Recipe (Korean Rice Cake)

Loading… 안녕하세요 (Hello!) Tteokbokki is one of the most popular street food in Korea. Today’s recipe is made with Korean rice cakes (tube shape), Korean fish cakes (flat shape), Korean soup stock / dashi stock, and gochujang (Korean chili paste). Perfect side dish to your Samgyup meal. You can add some veggies, boiled egg and… Continue reading Tteokbokki Recipe (Korean Rice Cake)

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Coated Peanuts (Nagaraya Style)

Loading… Do you want to make and sell some coated peanuts just like the Nagaraya? Sell it in small cups, plastic bottles or any air-tight container for some extra income. Practice cooking it today, it’s very easy!  Serve it with sprinkled garlic powder or barbeque powder to add some flavors. The flavors are unlimited to… Continue reading Coated Peanuts (Nagaraya Style)

Food Business · Food Negosyo Ideas · Sauces · Side Dish · Street food

Sweet Chili Garlic Sauce

Loading… Try these Sweet Chili Garlic Sauce in bulk recipe of 1 kilo Red Chillies or Labuyo. You can use this sauce not only to siomai but to any main dish you have on the table. Sell it in small bottles too. Sweet Chili Garlic Sauce INGREDIENTS: 1 kilo siling labuyo/red chillies 300 ml olive… Continue reading Sweet Chili Garlic Sauce

Food Business · Korean Food · Merienda · Sandwich · Street food

Korean Hotdog

Loading… These Korean Hotdog street food are crunchy, soft and yummy! Its cheesy and delicious just like a corndog but this one is kind a unique with lots of different combos to choose from! You can definitely make it at home for a weekend snack with the family. Use your imagination for a delicious coating… Continue reading Korean Hotdog

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Shing-a-ling Recipe

Loading… Shing-a-ling Pinoy Crunchy Snack! Shing-a-ling is a favorite Filipino snack in Calamba, Laguna. It’s a local filipino snack made from frying dried thick egg noodles called “miki”. It is so crunchy in every bite and taste good when dipped in spiced vinegar. Back in the old days, it’s a favorite finger food to snack… Continue reading Shing-a-ling Recipe

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BIBINGKANG ABNOY RECIPE

Loading… Bibingkang Abnoy is a famous delicacy in Laguna and Pateros (Philippines). You’re not from Laguna or Pateros if you don’t know Bibingkang Abnoy. Bibingkang Abnoy is an Omelet with an extra kick. It is an exotic delicacy made with unfertilized rotten duck egg then fried (or steamed or baked over and under a coal).… Continue reading BIBINGKANG ABNOY RECIPE

Appetizers · Filipino Recipe · Lutong Bahay (Daily Menu) · Shrimps · Street food

OKOY BALLS 

Loading… OKOY BALLS Servings: 5 person (Fritter Balls with spiced vinegar) INGREDIENTS: 7 ½ tbsp baby shrimps2 ½ cup all purpose flour2 tbsp red chili pepper2 ½ tbsp chives, chopped (alternatively spring inions)2 ½ cup hot watersalt and peppercooking oil for frying Dipping Sauce:¼ cup vinegar1 small onion, minced3 cloves garlic, minced½ salt⅛ tsp ground… Continue reading OKOY BALLS 

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Banana Cue Recipe

Skewered Saging na Saba or Banana Cue in caramelized sugar. All time favorite afternoon snack of Filipinos. My favorite Filipino street food! Banana Plantains fried in tons of brown sugar! Banana Cue INGREDIENTS: 16 pcs. semi ripe/ripe saging na Saba, peeled (cardava banana)1/2 cup brown sugar + extra sprinkle3 cups Vegetable cooking oil INSTRUCTIONS: 1.… Continue reading Banana Cue Recipe

Appetizers · Filipino Recipe · Street food

Onion Rings Filipino Style

Who wouldn’t want a crunchy deep fried onion rings! One of my favorite appetizer. I always buy this at Burger King whenever I order a whopper meal. You can also match it with your favorite crispy fried chicken, hamburger or french fries. Serve it with delicious dipping sauce like mayonnaise, ketchup, sweet chili sauce, hot… Continue reading Onion Rings Filipino Style

Eggs · Street food

Homemade Kwek Kwek

Homemade kwek kwek recipe for your simple pleasures without being skeptical if its really clean. Why not make your very own street food at home partnered with your favorite Fish Ball Sauce (ala Manong’s Sauce) or Brown sauce. This Homemade Kwek kwek is also the same recipe used for kwek kwek business by street vendors.… Continue reading Homemade Kwek Kwek

Asian Food · Seafood · Street food

Seafood Balls Recipe

Seafood Balls Recipe is quick and easy to make. An ideal recipe for kids snack or packed school meal. Also good for homebase business idea. Simple, healthy and delicious snack or soup ingredient. Happy cooking! SEAFOOD BALLS RECIPE INGREDIENTS: 150g fish fillet/meat (deboned) 80g prawns (without shell, head and tails removed) 100g squids, cleaned and… Continue reading Seafood Balls Recipe

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CORNDOG RECIPE (Filipino Style)

Corndogs are ideal back to school snacks you can make for kids. A healthy snack pack for school. Good business idea for snack corner near school area. “Cornmeal is a meal (coarse flour) ground from dried maize (corn). It is a common staple food, and is ground to fine, medium, and coarse consistencies, but not as… Continue reading CORNDOG RECIPE (Filipino Style)

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BANANA CHIPS

Crunchy goodness homemade banana chips or plantain chips! You can toss it in your favorite chili powder, paprika, barbeque powder or cheese flavoring. Or just eat it plain. Either way, its a good appetizer for everyone. You can add it on to any salads, oatmeals, soak it in milk like cereals or toppings for smoothies… Continue reading BANANA CHIPS

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Camote Fries 

Do you want a healthy snack, say no to fast food junk food. If you love fries this is a healthy alternative and delicious too! Crispy Camote or Kamote fries in the house. Serve it with a sprinkle of paprika, or barbeque powder, or just salt and pepper. Then serve it with any favorite cheese… Continue reading Camote Fries 

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Hopia Munggo

Hopia Munggo, hopia ube, hopia pandan, hopia custard, hopia combi! You can make all these today with this recipe. I really miss eating these hopia. My mom will always bring home Eng Bee Tin Hopia from Binondo. With this recipe, you can easily make your own even if there’s no Eng Bee Tin store near… Continue reading Hopia Munggo

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Spicy Adobong Mani (Fried Peanuts with Toasted Garlic)

Spicy Adobong mani or Fried peanuts with lots of garlic and cayenne pepper is too far from the Adobo we all know. These peanuts (mani) are not stewed in soy sauce and vinegar but fried with lots of garlic. The more garlic you add the better it taste. It’s probably called adobong mani because of… Continue reading Spicy Adobong Mani (Fried Peanuts with Toasted Garlic)

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Pinaypay na Saging (Banana Fan Fritters)

Pinaypay na Saging or Banana Fan Fritters are slices of banana plantains (saging na saba) coated in batter, deep fried in oil and sprinkled with sugar. For some people they call it Maruya, but in Cebu they call it Pinaypay and in Bicol they call it Sinapot. It is a favorite Filipino afternoon snack. For… Continue reading Pinaypay na Saging (Banana Fan Fritters)

Eggs · Street food

How to make Balut Egg

Pinoy Balut / Filipino Balut, or Fertilized Duck Egg High in protein, fat and cholesterol. Best eaten with a dash of  salt and pepper! A balut is a fertilized duck egg with a nearly-developed embryo inside that is boiled and eaten in the shell. They are considered delicacies of Asia and especially the Philippines, China,… Continue reading How to make Balut Egg

Food Business · Sandwich · Street food

Footlong Hotdog Sandwich with Coleslaw

Our favorite classic merienda..Filipinos just love to snack on it. A classic streetfood merienda we love back in our childhood days. Let’s make some homemade Footlong Hotdog Sandwich today! Ingredients: 3 pcs Footlong buns 3 pcs Hotdog, CDO footlong 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 cup cheese, shredded 3 tbsps tomato ketchup 3 tbsp Coleslaw (recipe… Continue reading Footlong Hotdog Sandwich with Coleslaw

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Shawarma Recipe

This Shawarma recipe is with beef, pita bread and garlic yogurt sauce (Filipino Style). If you’re interested in putting up your own Shawarma Food business or even if you’re just craving and couldn’t find any store near your place to buy a Shawarma. Here’s a complete recipe for making your own special beef shawarma in filipino… Continue reading Shawarma Recipe

Appetizers · Street food

Corn Nuggets

Are you needing some appetizer recipe that will motivate your kids. Go get this recipe and start cooking these unique and delicious corn nuggets! Super yummy and don’t forget to add cheese on it upon serving. Happy cooking! CORN NUGGETS INGREDIENTS: 1 (11 ounce) can creamed corn 1 (11 ounce) can whole kernel corn, drained… Continue reading Corn Nuggets

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Gyoza Recipe (Pinoy Style)

Gyoza Recipe Pinoy Style (Japanese Pan-fried Dumplings). Super crazy delicious when crispy fried. You may use chili garlic sauce and still turns out mouth watering. Alternatively you may also steam the other batch. Happy cooking and enjoy! Cook’s Notes: – Instead of Ponzu dipping sauce, you may use Pinoy chili garlic sauce. – You may… Continue reading Gyoza Recipe (Pinoy Style)

Food Business · Street food · Vegetables

Siomai Gulay

Siomai Gulay or vegetable siomai/dumplings is pure vegetable plus tofu. It doesn’t contain any meat. Great for your picky eater kids who doesn’t eat vegetables. For some who is confused, Siomai is basically pork dumplings and what we call dumplings in general can have any fillings in it. I call it siomai gulay because its… Continue reading Siomai Gulay

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Authentic Chinese Siomai

This Siomai recipe is simple and super delicious just like the siomai all Filipinos love to eat for snacks. This goes well with our Homemade  Siomai Chili Sauce AUTHENTIC CHINESE SIOMAI INGREDIENTS: 3 dried Shiitake mushrooms 1/2 pound shrimp, chopped 1 pound ground pork 1/4 cup chopped carrots 2 tablespoons water chestnuts, chopped 1 green… Continue reading Authentic Chinese Siomai

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WALKMAN (Barbequed Pork Ears)

WALKMAN (Barbequed Pork Ears) INGREDIENTS: 2 pairs pork ears 2 tablespoons chopped onions 1 tablespoon chopped garlic 2 tablespoons oil 1 bay leaf 1 cup water 1/2 cup soy sauce 2 tablespoons vinegar 1/2 tablespoon whole peppercorns Barbeque Sauce: ½ cup of tomato ketchup or (I use UFC banana) ⅓ cup of brown sugar 1… Continue reading WALKMAN (Barbequed Pork Ears)

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Siopao Asado

If you want to know why Siopao turns yellowish in color. In this recipe I will teach you the technique on how to make a pure white Siopao Asado. Learn why some siopao turns into yellowish dough instead of pure white. For your Homemade Siopao Sauce recipe also check this recipe. Siopao Asado Recipe INGREDIENTS: Dough ingredients:… Continue reading Siopao Asado

Food Business · Street food

Homemade Kikiam Recipe

Kikiam is a sausage like dish that has a chinese origin. It was adapted right away ever since it was introduced in the Philippines. Up until now, Kikiam has been one of Filipinos all time favorite streetfood (tusok-tusok) in the Philippines for so many decades. Authentic Kikiam is wrapped in bean curd sheet.  If its not… Continue reading Homemade Kikiam Recipe

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Paano Gumawa ng French Fries

Homemade Filipino Style, Tagalog Version Recipe of French Fries, super easy or dali lamang lutuin, lalo na kung may slicer ka ng patatas na nabibili online para mas equal at madali hiwain ng mga patatas or potatoes. Para mas maging healthy, gamitan ito ng extra virgin olive oil. Happy cooking!  Short Clip Video of Cooking… Continue reading Paano Gumawa ng French Fries