One thing about dumplings is that it’s the perfect snack, appetizer, lunch or dinner option–ALWAYS. These beautiful, bite-sized goodies are full of flavor and are delicious steamed or pan-fried.
Summer is here–and while 2020 might be the most interesting summer you’ll live through yet… at least your favorite summertime eats can still be on point.
There’s nothing like a bowl of delicious, tender collard greens–mm.mm.MM! It’s presence is always known at family gatherings and a dish that stands strong on its own.
This sweet + sour sauce is good. Like, really, really good. It's our sauce of choice for lumpia, and perfect for sweet + sour chicken, +fish, +shrimp, +veggies... literally anything! With five (main) ingredients and 15 minutes, you'll have this delicious, multipurpose sauce. Learn more about how this recipe has been in our family for over two generations.
For me, nothing says home more than a handful of crispy lumpia + my momma’s homemade sweet and sour sauce. Lumpia was what my momma offered friends and guests. It was loved by all and people would invariably ask for her recipe. I’m happy to share this bit of my childhood and go more into why these tightly rolled bits of heaven are so special to me.
Those who are somewhat familiar with Filipino food may know about chicken adobo. Growing up, this dish was on heavy rotation and had a weekly presence at the dinner table. The chicken is braised in soy sauce + vinegar, yielding a v flavorful and tender finished product.