Serious Eats contributor Marvin Gapultos didn’t always appreciate or know how to cook his family’s Filipino cuisine. But, as he writes in his new cookbook, The Adobo Road, once he left home, he began craving his mother’s and grandmother’s dishes. Lumpia, or Filipino spring rolls, were one his most frequently requested dishes when visiting his

Home » Healthier Recipes » Healthier Carrot Cake (Naturally Sweetened + Whole Grain) Published: Mar 23, 2016 · Modified: Oct 27, 2021 by Allison · 128 Comments Healthy Carrot Cake – Naturally sweetened with honey, applesauce, and pineapple, made with 100% whole grains, and topped with honey cream cheese frosting. It’s the time of year that

A bundt cake spiced with cinnamon and loaded with butternut squash!Ingredients:* 2 cup flour* 2 tsp baking powder* 1 tsp baking soda* 1 tsp ground cinnamon* 1/4 tsp ground nutmeg* 1 tsp salt* 1 cup packed brown sugar* 1/3 cup vegetable oil* 2 egg, lightly beaten* 1 tsp vanilla extract* 1 3/4 cup butternut squash

The combination of chilli, lime and coriander is irresistible in this fragrant dish of rice noodles and thinly sliced steak.Sep 30, 2010 2:00pm20 mins cookingServes 4PrintIngredientsBeef and rice noodle salad1/4 cup (60ml) lime juice2 tablespoon peanut oil1 fresh small red thai chilli, sliced thinly400 gram beef rump steak100 gram rice vermicelli noodles150 gram snow peas2

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Serves 4 Author Notes Garlic scapes, first sautéed in a skillet and then finished on a grill, are the perfect accompaniment to any summertime feast. Most people don’t know about this beautiful little gem of a vegetable, but their unique garlicky asparagus and artichoke heart flavor makes them one of my all time favorite vegetables

Use this potent mixture as a dipping sauce for Marvin Gapultos’s Pork and Vegetable Lumpia from The Adobo Road Cookbook or any other fried snack. Excerpted with permission from The Adobo Road Cookbook: A Filipino Food Journey–From Food Blog, to Food Truck, and Beyond, copyright 2013 by Marvin Gapultos. Published by Tuttle Publishing, a division

Ingredients:10 tbsp unsalted butter, room temperature1 medium pineapple, ripe, peeled and cut into 1/2 inch thick slices1 small champagne mango, peeled1/2 c light brown sugar, packed1 1/2 c flour1/4 tsp baking soda1/2 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp salt1 c sugar2 eggs1 1/2 tsp vanilla1/4 c sour cream

Ingredients:2 cups fresh rhubarb, chopped into 1 inch pieces¼ cup sugar1 tsp orange zest1 cup sugar1 tsp lemon zest3 eggs1 cup Greek or plain yogurt½ tsp vanilla2 tsp baking powder1 ½ cups spelt flour½ cup vegetable oilInstructions:Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.Toss the rhubarb ¼ cup of sugar and orange zest together in a bowl