Sinigáng (sour stew) na hito (catfish) sa misô (in Tagálog, the official language of the Philippines) is a seafood variation of the Filipino sinigang soup.
Prep time- 2 hours. Filling assembly- 1 hour. Steaming- 30 minutes. Frying- 30 minutes. Satisfaction of homemade dumplings- Priceless.
Here’s a healthy alternative to frying ravioli…and less of a mess, too!
The rain has finally reached us…Hoorah! We’ve had a dry spell for a while. Moreover, with the eminent lack of snow a few ski resorts at Lake Tahoe have had to close down for the season.
Hi! It’s been awhile…you’ll find most recipes I’ve done lately conveniently posted on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/thecookingapprentice.
Crisp falling leaves, sweater, jeans, and boots…just a few of my favorite things this time of year. But what I truly love the most is gift-giving, better to give than receive, right? Edible treats are probably on the top of everyone’s list–either to give, or receive. Personally, edible gifts always warms my heart…
I read an interesting story about Buko pie (Young Coconut) pie and that it originated from a city in my hometown of Laguna, Philippines.