Filipino style adobo is a popular dish and cooking process that involves meat, seafood, or vegetables marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, and black peppercorns, which is browned in oil, and simmered in the marinade. Mike’s special recipe is Fiesta Asia Team’s favorite comfort food when we put on the festival. It is THE BEST… Read More »Adobo Chicken Pork Mix
Our very own Fiesta Asia Team crew Amy Choi & Vivian Ho decided to make steamed buns from scratch for mother’s day. It is not just any steam buns, it is colorful and artsy, not to mention absolutely tasty. Watch how they make special rose buns for their mommies! With their fun instructional video,… Read More »The Art of Making Rose Buns
Jeon, also known as Korean pancakes, made simply with flour, eggs, minced or thinly sliced meat, poultry, seafood, and various vegetables. The most popular version also includes kimchee and green onions. Jeon is traditionally prepared every year during the Korean Lunar New Year and Korean Harvest Festival, although they are eaten daily throughout the year.
Patrice Cunningham is a Washington D.C. based chef that is producing scrumptious make a home meal kits. She was the Executive Chef of Gogi Yogi and has been working in the Food & Beverage industry for years. Drawing on her Korean heritage and her own mother’s secret recipes, she is serving a special Korean Short… Read More »Korean Short Ribs – Cooking with Patrice
TAKOYAKI – A street snack first created in Osaka in the 1930s. Takoyaki has found fans all across Japan and around the world. This little ball of grilled wheat flour is stuffed with minced octopus, tenkatsu, pickled ginger, green onions and top with a special sauce & mayonnaise mix. Takoyaki is often found in night… Read More »Takoyaki
NASI LEMAK -The literal translation means Coconut Milk Rice. The classic Nasi Lemak cooked with pandan leaf & spices and is accompanied with sambal chili, egg, anchovies, peanuts & cucumber. It is considered the “National Dish” of Malaysia and is so beloved that it is available 24/7 as breakfast, lunch, dinner, or supper.
POORI – A popular Indian snack that can be found on many street corners in India & Indian diaspora throughout Asia. A deep fry bread made from whole wheat flour, it is light, fluffy & crunchy. Poori can be eaten with savory or sweet accompaniments such as dhal or halwa.