Pad Thai Easy Recipe

Pad Thai Easy Recipe

Try this easy Pad Thai recipe. Made from simple ingredients. A complete meal in one!I've been wanting to make Pad Thai for a long time and I am not sure why I keep on putting it off. Especially now that I know from first-hand experience how easy it can be done.  This Pad Thai has shrimps and tofu but you can easily remove the tofu if you are not a fan or use other meat like chicken breast. I actually wanted to use tiger prawns or at least bigger size shrimps but since I…Read more→
Garlic Butter Shrimps

Garlic Butter Shrimps

Try this super easy, delicious Garlic Butter Shrimp Recipe. It has a secret ingredient that makes the shrimps sweeter and tastier.  What is not to like with this Garlic Butter Shrimp recipe! It is so good and all done under 15 minutes. It goes nicely with toast or any plain bread like Baguet. You will definitely need it to scrape the last smears of the delicious sauce from your plate, believe me, you won't want to put any of that goodness to waste!   The chopped parsley added a nice flavor to it, but you…Read more→
Traffic & Income Report – July 2017

Traffic & Income Report – July 2017

Welcome once again to our monthly income and traffic report! I know this one is long overdue. It is because we transferred to a different Ad Network and their reporting takes some time to get finalized. You can read more about that below. We decided to do this to give you a glimpse into what is going on ‘behind the posts’ at Foxy Folksy and for us to keep track of the developments on our attempt in making Foxy Folksy an income-generating blog.  Hopefully, sharing this will also help others who are interested…Read more→
Homemade Spanish Sardines

Homemade Spanish Sardines

Make your own homemade Spanish Sardines with this super easy recipe. Store them in jars to give to your friends or to sell. No pressure cooker needed.Another great find I got from my dear sister-in-law, ate Mia, on our last Paris trip was her Homemade Spanish Sardines.   Back home in the Philippines some years ago, canned Spanish-style sardines became big and everyone fell in love with this spicy sardines in oil and herbs. It was also one of my favorite ready to eat food and we would usually make sure we stock some cans…Read more→
Teriyaki Chicken

Teriyaki Chicken

Get this real simple Teriyaki Chicken recipe. It can never get easier than this! You will love this easy Teriyaki Chicken recipe, I'm sure. Crispy chicken skin and tender juicy meat. The original teriyaki recipes use mirin in making the Teriyaki sauce. It is Japanese rice wine that is widely used in Japanese cuisine. But if you do not have Mirin at home then this is your Teriyaki recipe!  I was not able to get boneless chicken thighs so I had to debone them myself. But it was not all difficult. However, if…Read more→
Kitchen Knife and Utensil Set with rotating stand, eCookbook & Printable recipe cards

Kitchen Knife and Utensil Set with rotating stand, eCookbook & Printable recipe cards

Who could be the lucky winner of this cheerful Kitchen Knife and Utensil Set with Rotating Stand? To old subscribers, please note the changes on the drawing of a giveaway winner below. We made these changes, since so often in the past months, the winners drawn have not responded to the email notification we sent, thus, requiring us to draw a new winner 2-3 times more. I, therefore, remind you to please, please, please...check your emails and also your spam folder for Foxy Folksy announcements.   Giveaway Rules: We will be drawing one (1) winner…Read more→
Gyoza Recipe with dipping sauce

Gyoza Recipe with dipping sauce

You just have to try this super easy Gyoza recipe that includes a simple but flavorful dipping sauce. You will definitely love it!Gyoza is a popular Japanese dumpling. The filling is usually made of meat and cabbage wrap in thin dough wrappers. The process of cooking Gyoza involves frying them first and then steaming afterward. This makes it crispy on one side, soft on the other side and juicy in the inside.  This Gyoza recipe though, which I got from ate Mia, my lovely sister-in-law, when my parents and I visited them last month in…Read more→
Suman sa Lihiya

Suman sa Lihiya

Making Suman sa Lihiya is actually easier than you think. The hardest part is perhaps deciding which topping to enjoy it with. Get the recipe here now! Suman sa Lihiya or Suman Bulagta is a Filipino delicacy of glutinous rice mixed with a bit of lye water, wrap in banana leaves and then boiled in water.  I grew up eating it either for breakfast or afternoon snack. In Pampanga, and mostly the northern part of the Philippines, we usually top it with a mix of 'Latik', freshly grated coconut and sugar.  Latik is…Read more→