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Showing posts with label Nuffnang Philippines. Show all posts

Celebrate with Danes Cheese Ball, the Creamy Cheese Ball

Friday, November 27, 2015
Christmas season is upon us and I am pretty sure that most of us are already thinking and searching for new dishes for Noche Buena celebration. I have already prepared my list of dishes to cook. It has been a tradition in our family to cook 12 different dishes every Christmas to represent the prosperity we all hope to have on the next 12 months of the coming year.

Rule of thumb is, everyone in the family who is knowledgeable enough in the kitchen must have a dish of their own to prepare and it should be something new or with added twist.  So our family is pretty much enthusiastic when it comes to coming up with exciting dishes.

Danes Cheese Ball Queso de Bola Recipe
Last year, I went crazy over chestnut that I created a 3-course menu with chestnut as the main ingredient of the dishes. Now for Christmas 2015, I am putting my trust to our traditional Cheese Ball. And my secret is the ever reliable Danes Cheese Ball!

Mang Inasal Palabok

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Recent hankering for delicious merienda which is nowhere near mediocre led me into trying out Mang Inasal’s newest product, the Mang Inasal Palabok. Advertisement plastered at the front door of Mang Inasal branches I have visited recently features the enticing Filipino’s favorite dish.

So instead of the usual grilled chicken served with unlimited rice, I opted for Mang Inasal Palabok one time to see if it indeed worthy of the tagline. Growing up in a household where Filipino dishes such as palabok and the likes are serve every merienda after having siesta, I pretty much have a strong grip on what kind of palabok that will make me happy. Mang Inasal’s  Palabok did not disappoint.

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Its bright orange sauce which is known for a palabok dish is generously laden on top of the thin glass noodle which transparency made the contrast between the orange hue and the green color of plate attractive.  

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