My Recipes and Cooking

With my recipes and cooking learn How to make Filipino foods with a Filipino. From Lumpia to Skinless Longganisa. You can learn in a few minutes how to make some ethnic food right at home. We sprinkle in some other homemade dishes you too can follow along with.

A stack of blueberry pancakes on a plate with butter and raw blueberries surrounding
You'll be surprised how easy this Blueberry Pancakes recipe is. It will be the fluffiest blueberry pancakes you'll ever taste.
Filipino Vegetable Stew or Pinakbet in a bowl
Vegetable stew is my all-time favorite dish. Not only tasty with the different textures of the veggies but they are
Hawaiian Butter Mochi cut into squares on a wooden cutting board
Butter Mochi Cake is a classic Hawaiian dessert. Its main ingredients are Mochiko flour or glutinous rice flour and coconut
Filipino grilled eggplant salad in a bowl
Eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables because of its versatility in usage. You can use them for making soups,
Two Hawaiian Fish tacos with lime wedges, mahi-mahi fish, creame sauce, and fresca sauce.
This is the best fish taco I've ever made and had. Oh and also, my new go-to fish taco dish
Pesto pasta on a plate
I call this "Green Pasta" because of the luscious green Basil Pesto sauce. It is very easy with only a
Fresh home made pesto in a small glass container
Basil pesto is a wonderful ingredient to add if you plan to make baked salmon or want to try something
shakoy or Filipino donuts on a plate stacked
Shakoy is a Visayan word for Filipino Twisted Donuts. It is one of our many traditional pastries in the Philippines.
Baked salmon pesto on a cast iron pan with lemon slices and spring onions on top
Salmon is my go-to meal (especially for lunch and/or dinner) on a busy day or when I want something easy.