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Alex III Kitchen Secret: OKOY!

Alex III RestaurantL26 B14 Chevelle cor.Pontiac  Sts., South FairviewPark Subd., Fairview, QCOkoy (P139)Alex III's Okoy may be eaten as an appetizer, as pulutan, with steaming rice or as a pancit side dish! ...
by Fried Chicken for the Soul. on Sep 19, 2015

Never Miss These Vigan’s Delicacies

I’am actually craving for Vigan’s empanada and their vinegar (Sukang Iloko) so I decided to write an article about it (me ending up craving more of it! Lol). I remember the first time we rode an airplane in December 2007, we are heading t...
by Womenality on Apr 12, 2015

Kabila Filipino Bistro: Raintree's Filipno Bistro in Greenbelt 4

My first acquaintance with the Raintree Restaurant Group was when we dined at MoMo! Cafe.  After that pleasurable dining experience, I was epicurious to try more of their other concepts starting... Read More at http://www.tsinoyfoodies.com...
by Tsinoy Foodies on Sep 4, 2014

Binulo Restaurant: Authentic Kapampangan Cuisine (Angeles Pampanga)

One of the famous tourist stops for authentic kapampangan cuisine in Angeles City is Binulo Restaurant.  It has been featured in several publications and TV shows.  Binulo means "bamboo" so... Read More at http://www.tsinoyfoodies.com...
by Tsinoy Foodies on Aug 28, 2014

Ukoy/Okoy (Crispy Shrimp Fritters) Recipe

Ukoy/Okoy (crispy shrimp fritters) is a Filipino dish made of dry or fresh shrimps (prawns) with head and shell on mixed in flour and egg as the main ingredients and pan fried until crispy dipped in spicy vinegar dip called sawsawang suka by the Fili...
by Ambitious Chef on Aug 3, 2014

Okoy Part 2

I just read Mommy's comment requesting to make okoy after reading my late post on the one I made.  Well, Mommy, wish granted. For the complete recipe, you  can get it HERE. Instead of using kalabasa or squash, I replaced it with togu...
by When Chemist Dad Cooks on Mar 6, 2013

Okoy

Here is another way to create make simple veggies into a great dish.You will need:½ kilo squash, julienned1 cup tiny shrimps1 cup flour1 onion minced1 stalks celery minced1 eggSalt and pepper to tasteCooking oil for fryingHere's how to do it:Just mi...
by When Chemist Dad Cooks on Mar 3, 2013

Okoy

Here is another way to create make simple veggies into a great dish. You will need: ½ kilo squash, julienned 1 cup tiny shrimps 1 cup flour 1 onion minced 1 stalks celery minced 1 egg Salt and pepper to taste Cooking oil for frying Here...
by When Chemist Dad Cooks on Mar 3, 2013

Ukoy na Kalabasa Recipe

How to cook Ukoy na Kalabasa Ukoy na Kalabasa Recipe is a healthy and delicious Filipino appetizer that is very easy to cook.  My Kids who do not want to eat Kalabasa or squash end up loving this dish, they usually ask their mom to prepare it for a...
by Filipino Food Recipes on Jan 11, 2013

Ukoy na Kalabasa Recipe

How to cook Ukoy na Kalabasa Ukoy na Kalabasa Recipe is a healthy and delicious Filipino appetizer that is very easy to cook.  My Kids who do not want to eat Kalabasa or squash end up loving this dish, they usually ask their mom to prepare it for..
by Filipino Food Recipes on Jan 11, 2013

Ukoy Recipe or Okoy, a Filipino style Shrimp Fritters

How to cook Ukoy or Okoy Ukoy or Okoy Recipe  is a delicious dish that is very popular in the Philippines, it is an easy to cook and very flavorful Filipino appetizer.  Ukoy is prepared with whole small shrimps with head and shell on, mixed in...
by Filipino Food Recipes on Oct 14, 2012

Ukoy Recipe or Okoy, a Filipino style Shrimp Fritters

How to cook Ukoy or Okoy Ukoy or Okoy Recipe  is a delicious dish that is very popular in the Philippines, it is an easy to cook and very flavorful Filipino appetizer.  Ukoy is prepared with whole small shrimps with head and shell on, mixed in flou...
by Filipino Food Recipes on Oct 14, 2012
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