Stir Fried Tofu with Snow Peas

Stir Fried Tofu with Snow Peas is a tasty and delicious no-meat recipe. An easy Stir Fried Tofu and Snow Peas dish that is so yummy and healthy. This dish is a healthy mix of tofu fried in olive oil with crunchy snow peas with a little red bell pepper added. Not only easy to make but also budget friendly meal for vegetarians and a good addition to your Lenten list to cook and eat.

Paksiw na Tilapia with Okra

Paksiw na Tilapia is a delicious fish recipe. It is a comfort food to Pinoys who have access to tilapia. Paksiw na Tilapia is not only easy to make but a good addition to your Lenten list of food to cook and eat. My hubby loves okra and he asked if its okey to add okra in this paksiw dish so I said, we will find out. It turned out delicious specially with extra tomato and onions.

Beef Asado

Beef Asado dish is so rich in flavor due to the slow cooking of the beef with all the ingredients. Beef is slowly simmered until it becomes so tender. The beef can be cooked a day before and I suggest, do not use pressure cooker for this dish as the flavor would be different than cooking it slowly. 


Pinakbet is a Filipino dish made from mixed vegetables in fish or shrimp sauce. Pinakbet also called Pakbet is one of the popular dishes that originated mostly in the provinces in the Philippines. There are many ways on how to cook Pinakbet and this recipe is what I grew up with in Iloilo City. 

Teriyaki Chicken

Teriyaki Chicken is a delicious and easy chicken recipe with no marinating needed. Crispy boneless chicken thighs simmered in home-made teriyaki sauce. Juicy and tender chicken thighs using simple ingredients. Add chili flakes to make this Chicken Teriyaki spicy. This Teriyaki Chicken recipe taste better than takeout. Serve it with steamed vegetables over steamed rice. 

Tofu and Green Bean with Ground Pork

My family loves tofu and green bean so we stock up on our last Asian grocery shopping. Vegetables normally does not last that long even refrigerated so you have to be creative and think of a dish that the whole family would love. Last week I made steamed okra with oyster sauce and it was hit. It was the oyster sauce that made it more delicious so I decided why not use the same sauce with tofu and green bean and add ground pork. 

Chicken Arroz Caldo

Sun is out but still chilly here in North part of Texas. One of those lazy day but I have to feed the family right? Checked what I have in the fridge so Chicken Arroz Caldo to the rescue. 

Nilagang Kamoteng Kahoy

I have been craving for plain boiled whole cassava, the one you dip in brown sugar so off we went to our local Asian grocery store with my long list of what to buy and what to cook for the week.

I was going to settle for fresh whole cassava from Mexico when I saw frozen packages from the Philippines, Tropics brand. I kinda made this Nilagang Kamoteng Kahoy a little different as I added some coconut milk while boiling to give the boiled cassava a little extra taste. 

Chicken and Egg Rice Bowl (Chicken Katsudon)

Chicken and Egg Rice Bowl or Katsudon is one of my favorite Japanese food. I have been wanting to make this delicious recipe for the longest time but keep on forgetting to get one ingredient that you can only buy from an Asian grocery store. It's a perfect dish for a busy day, so easy to make and you can deep fry the breaded chicken, beef or pork ahead of time. 

Steamed Okra with Oyster Sauce

Check out this delicious Steamed Okra with Oyster Sauce dish. An easy, healthy and delicious side dish best. Best when served with fish like Pan Seared Salmon

The sauce on this Steamed Okra with Oyster Sauce is simple yet tasty and delicious. You can use the same sauce using green beans or Chinese broccoli. If you are into healthy vegetables, this easy recipe is for you. Make it and share with family and friends. 

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