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Thanks! Wapin, sana marakal ku pang alutung manyaman to post on here :) please keep following!
Stir Fried Shrimp & Vegetables in a Spicy Ginger Sauce- After taking a short hiatus from cooking, I’m back & excited to post some new food pics for all you tumblr food lovers :) Manyaman Tip: For a great stir fry, toss in some ginger and red pepper flakes while cooking the vegetables/meat. This ensures that extra Asian “kick” of flavor that every delicious stir fry should have!
Thanks so much! I’m glad I can be that Filipino food blog you were looking for =)
Sipo Egg-This is another traditional Kapampangan dish made up of a medley of Crab Meat, Shrimp, Quail Eggs, Carrots, and Green Peas in a delicious creamy sauce. Manyaman food at it’s best =)
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Hey! Yess, I am from San Diego…and growing up in a Kapampangan family, there were cooks all around me, so I pretty much learned how to cook from my whole family haha… but especially from my mom & lola. And no, I’m not a culinary student, but as you can tell I love cooking! Anyways, thanks for all your compliments! I’m glad you liked my blog :) Please keep following!
Teriyaki Salmon Steaks- This is the first time I’ve ever used Salmon in a Teriyaki dish, and the final product was super Manyaman. After pan frying my fish, I smothered them in my own sweet ginger based Teriyaki sauce, then baked them to get some caramelization going. It was delicious :)
Sopas-Or a Filipino version of the ever favorite Chicken Noodle Soup has always been one of my favorite comfort foods. As a kid, I referred to it as “Macaroni Soup” and I never got tired of eating it. I practically grew up on Sopas :) Today, I cook it regularly, and still love eating it…especially when it’s cold out!
Thanks for following! I’m glad that we are both proud to be Kapampangan :) hahah. Our culture and cuisine are definitely worth taking pride in. God bless you as well!