Tag: Baking powder

Tokneneng

Tokneneng is made by deep-frying an orange battered egg chicken or duck eggs usually served with spiced vinegar based dip.  A very popular street food where you see in almost bus or jeepney stops where hungry workers heading home can enjoy a piece or two.  Usually…

Mussel Fritters

  Fritters, frytors or frytos can be sweet (fruit & nuts) or savoury (cheese, fish, vegetables) and history suggests that it existed and consumed during the Ancient Roman period. The Romans introduced it to Europe during their conquest that’s why the Spanish have frittatas and the…

Ube Macapuno Cake

  Yay! It’s been 2 years since I started my blog at “Ang Sarap” and thanks to you guys for all your support, without you I would not be able to reach this stage. Now the best way to celebrate this day like any other occasions…

Camaron Rebosado

Camaron rebosado — “the Shrimp tempura of the Philippines”, is an easy seafood dish which is made out of deep fried battered shrimps served with sweet chilli or sweet and sour sauce. Though it looks like a tempura this shrimp dish is very different to the Japanese counterpart…

Mamon

You might start noticing a lot of Goldilocks mentioned in this blog that is because it is one of the most iconic family bakeshops and restaurants that people with the same age group as me grew up with in the Philippines, this restaurant also had popularized a lot…

Nutella Bibingka

Bibingka is a Filipino rice cake usually known for being cheesy and buttery. You’ll often find it on dinner tables during holidays like Christmas. I planned to make it for a different holiday, Valentines Day. Thankfully, my first run proved to be successful. I was worried at…