Baked Cheesy Garlic Prawns

Baked Cheesy Garlic Prawns

This baked cheesy garlic prawn recipe is inspired by a french dish called lobster thermidor. We are using jumbo prawns instead because lobsters are not always available. There are only few ingredients and cooking instructions are made are made simpler for Asian or Italian taste. This seafood recipe is an elegant dish that you can serve it on special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, and even festivities. Preparation Time: __ minutes Cooking Difficulty: Level 2 Cuisine: Filipino Recipe Type: Seafood Serves: 4 pieces Ingredients: 4 pcs. large prawns 2 tablespoons butter 1 bulb garlic 1/2 bell pepper spring onions 1/2 cup cheese 1/4 cup breadcrumbs salt pepper Utensils: Baking Sheet,  Wax Paper, Cutting Board, Knife, Spoon, Bowl Instructions: Preheat oven at 375F or 190C. Put the butter in a small pan and melt under very low heat. Set aside. (photo) Finely chop the garlic, bell pepper and the spring onions. (photo) Grate the cheese and set aside. (pho

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Moist Choco Banana Muffin

Moist Choco Banana Muffin

I am obsessed with moist banana muffin! Hmmm, aren't you? I've been trying different recipes and finally happy with this one. Make sure to use overripe bananas :-) Ingredients: 4 overripe bananas  2 eggs  2-1/4 cups all-purpose flour 3 teaspoons baking powder  1/2 teaspoon salt  1/2 teaspoon cinnamon  1-1/2 cups brown sugar  3/4 cup softened butter  1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon banana extract  1/2 cup chopped chocolates  oil (for greasing) Baking Instructions: Pre-heat the oven at 375F or 190C. Grease the muffin pan with oil, dust with flour, and place muffin liners. For the dry ingredients:  Sift the all-purpose flour, baking powder, cinnamon and salt in a large bowl and set aside. For the wet ingredients: Mash the bananas until creamy. Mix in the sugar for about 3 minutes using an electric mixer. Add the butter, eggs, vanilla extract and banana extract and beat well. Mix the dry and wet ingredients gradually. Fold in the choco

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Pompano in Coconut Cream

Pompano in Coconut Cream

Hi! Do you like fish? How about the taste of coconut? If yes, this fish recipe is perfect for you. We bought fresh pompano fish at a local wet market here in Los Banos, Laguna. Pompano meat is white, firm but can be easily flaked off and has a mild flavor. It's delicious to pair with coconut cream or in Tagalog, Ginataang Pompano .  Let's start cooking :-) Ingredients: 4-6 cloves garlic 2 regular size onions 1-1/2 inch ginger 2 pieces tomatoes 1 piece pompano fish 1 cup coconut cream 1 cup coconut milk 1/2 cup coconut water mustard leaves salt pepper olive oil

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Shrimp Pasta with Shitake Mushroom

Shrimp Pasta with Shitake Mushroom

Hi! I want to share wit h you the pasta re cipe that we've been lovi ng ever since we tried cook ing it. It was inspired by a food we ate at a restaurant but that one has crispy salmon skin in it instead. So without further ado, here we go. Ingredients: 6-8 pieces shrimp 5-6 pieces dried shitake mushrooms 120grams spaghetti noodles 1 bulb garlic 1 t bsp. brown sugar fresh basil leaves  parmesan cheese olive oil rock salt whol e black pepper

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Chicken and Pork Adobo

Chicken and Pork Adobo

Adobo is the most famous Filipino dish that I know. The essential ingredients in this dish are soy sauce (toyo) and vinegar (suka). The cooking style and flavor varies though in different provinces. And the version that I like most the dried (tuyo) version because I find it more savory and you can taste all the flavors in the meat. Ingredients: 250g chicken - adobo cut 250g pork (kasim part) - adobo cut 2 tbsp. minced garlic 2 tbsp. chopped onion 1/2 cup or 60ml soy sauce 1/4 cup white vinegar 1/4 cup water 2 tbsp. white sugar rock salt crushed pepper olive oil  chopp ed spring o nion

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