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Easy Steamed Pork Dumplings

Easy Steamed Pork Dumplings

0 of 5 15 Minutes 72 dumplings

The steamed dumplings are a cheap and easy to make Chinese dish that’s both popular and traditional. It is commonly served in dim sums or as appetizers...

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Quick Quail Egg Pork Giniling

Quick Quail Egg Pork Giniling

0 of 5 50 Minutes 1 dish

Quail eggs are a staple in Asian dishes and this simple Filipino comfort dish makes liberal use of hard boiled quail eggs.
Easy Filipino-style Kalbi Short Ribs on the Grill

Easy Filipino-style Kalbi Short Ribs on the Grill

0 of 5 10 Minutes 8 ribs

The Kalbi short rib is a staple item, dare we even say quintessential item in Korean BBQ joints.
Filipino Leche Flan

Easy 6-ingredient Filipino Leche Flan Dessert

0 of 5 30 Minutes 1.4 quart

The leche flan is a popular dessert dish that exists in many different countries. The classic Filipino version is made from pure egg yolks while other recipes...

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First Appetizer Recipe Featuring Chinese Pork Dumplings

First Appetizer Recipe Featuring Chinese Pork Dumplings

We have ways to go to fill up all of our food categories. We added our first dessert recipe over 3 months ago! Today, we’re adding a traditional Chinese staple, the steamed pork dumpling! Appetizers are suppose to be a simple filler before the grand entree, and this simple basic steamed pork dumpling recipe will […]

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Wagyu Ribeye steak with chanterelle mushroom steak sauce

Wagyu Ribeye Steak with Chanterelle Mushroom Sauce

Today I am not necessarily writing about a traditional Chinese or Filipino dish, but for Valentine’s Day, I’ve had the opportunity to make use of a pair of 10 oz. dry aged Wagyu Ribeye steaks I’ve been saving for that special occasion dinner. Serve it over a glass of Spottswoode and a Philips Hue Go LED […]

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Filipino Leche Flan

Our First Dessert Recipe: Classic Filipino Leche Flan

What a busy first two weeks here at the Balut Crew, considering that our site has technically gone dormant-live for a year! In addition to releasing 4 recipes and a blog entry this past two weeks, we are proud to introduce our first dessert recipe – the classic Filipino leche flan! We chose this recipe because […]

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The Venerable Balut (Fertilized Duck Egg) and How to Eat It!

The Venerable Balut (Fertilized Duck Egg) and How to Eat It!

It wouldn’t be right to call ourselves the Balut Crew without featuring an article on how to eat balut, right? Balut is essentially fertilized duck or chicken egg, best enjoyed when the embryo has developed to the point where it is about 3 days from hatching. Balut is easy to produce and is a form of […]

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