Showing posts from April, 2020

Avocado Rose

Made my own Avocado Rose this time, following the YouTube video. It doesn't look perfect but it was pretty easy :)

Taho Recipe

Filipino Taho Recipe from KitchenRecipe aho is a classic sweet treat in the Philippines made with silken tofu, sago or tapioca pearls, and a simple brown sugar syrup. Served warm, it's popular as a comforting breakfast or merienda (snack) any time of the day! Course Breakfast, Snack Cuisine Filipino Prep Time 5   minutes Cook Time 15   minutes Total Time 20   minutes Servings 4   people Calories 462 kcal Author Liren Baker INGREDIENTS 16   oz   silken tofu 1 1/4   cups   brown sugar 1   cup   water 1   teaspoon   vanilla 1   cup   tapioca or sago pearls   see notes INSTRUCTIONS Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Cook the tapioca pearls according to your package instructions. This can be done in advance; just be sure to store the prepped pearls with some water or a little brown sugar syrup (next step). Combine the brown sugar, water, and vanilla in a small saucepan and place over medium-high heat. Bring to a b

Shrubs Syrup (for Cocktails or non-alcoholic)

I recently came across Shrubs when I was looking at a small shop in Bernal Heights and was really interested how it taste like but it was slightly expensive as it was like 15 dollars for a small bottle so decided to check how to do it myself. I came across a recipe in the website and I've copied it here but giving credit to the one who posted it. I did a bit of re-adjustment as I use the hot method but I still left the fruit in the Jar so it can soak better in the jar. Here is the Shrub in a Jar as well as the cocktail that I made from it :)  I just added 1 part Tequila (Gin or whatever you want) + 1 part shrub + 5 parts soda water and mix it with ice. Cocktail Mix 1 part Tequila (Gin or whatever you want) 1 part shrub 5 parts soda water mix it with ice. Making Shrubs: The first step is to choose at least one ingredient from each of the following categories to create your custom shrub:

Planning for Learning Spanish in Argentina

<DRAFT> Where is a good area to stay in Argentina? INTERBA has One on ONE for 210$ per week for 10 classes

Pandesal Recipe


Banana Bread Recipe 1 Cup Sugar 1/2 Cup Butter 1 Egg 1/4 Tsp Salt 1 Tsp Baking Soda 3-4 very ripe Bananas = 1 cround cup 2 Cups of Flour 1/2 Cup Chopped Nuts Optional: Vanila Extract Put together Sugar and Butter Beat Egg, Salt, Baking Soda, Bananas Add flour Optional: Add Nuts Bake for 350 F for 1 Hour

Dalgona Coffee

Just caught the Dalgona Bug Craze and so joining the bandwagon and this is very simple.  To Create that Whipped Coffee, it is actually relatively easy. Ingredients: 2 Tablespoons of Instant Coffee (not 3-in-1) 2 Tablespoons of Hot Water 2 Tablespoons of Sugar Just whip or mix them thoroughly till you get the consistency.  I have been using a Gym/Sports Bottle Shaker and Blender like this (and it took around 10 minutes to get this consistency). When you got that "creamy" consistency, just put them on top of a glass of milk and ice and Voila!

Carbonara Recipe (Anthony's Carluccio's)

Recipe From: Ingredients 220g Spaghetti or Spaghettoni (the largest spaghetti) 25g Guanciale (the cheek of the pork) or pancetta (Italian bacon) cut into small cubes. 2 tbsp olive oil 2 eggs 50g Parmesan cheese (or aged pecorino) freshly grated. Freshly ground black pepper. Instructions Cook the pasta in a large pan of boiling salted water until al dente. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a pan and fry the guanciale or pancetta until crisp. Lightly beat the eggs in a large bowl with the grated cheese and pepper. When the pasta is ready, drain and add to the pan with the guanciale. Then mix well to coat everything. Take off the heat. Allow to cool slightly. Then add the egg and cheese mixture. Stir to coat the pasta and serve immediately.

Homemade Boba Recipe

Boba Boba - after cooked - but really looks This is Brown sugar Latte, but I had thai Iced Tea too so it was really yummy This is the Video and Recipe from Emmy Made in Japan Brown Sugar Boba  Cooking Tree's recipe 45 g muscavado sugar  60g. water  90 g. tapioca + for dusting  70 g. muscavado sugar for syrup  (I used 35 g. in the video because I boiled a half batch of boba)  ~2/3 C. whole milk  ice 2-3 T.  slightly whipped cream 

Tartine Flambee Recipe

I think this CoVid Thing is making me cook and try out different recipes and last night, I tried Tartine Flambee, which is kinda like a flat bread or thin pizza which I have tried when I was going around Alsace, France. It was very simple recipe and kinda easy to make.  There are a lot of various recipes, but I got the simplest one. Added the recipe below (with credit to the article) and the picture of the finished product. Servings Prep Time 6   servings 15   min Cook Time 10   min Ingredients Dough 2   cup   flour   all purpose 1/2   tsp   salt 1/2   cup   warm water 2   tbsp   oil Garnish 1/2   lbs   bacon   thinly sliced and cut in small pieces 1   large onion   thinly sliced 1/2   cup   creme fraiche   see footnotes   salt, pepper, nutmeg Instructions Dough In a large bowl, place flour and salt. Pour water and oil in the middle and com