Kare Kare is one of the Filipino dishes that are loved by many Filipino people. You either have to be brave or a Filipino to try Kare Kare. But the world’s palate has changed and people are willing to try anything. Kare Kare is not your everyday food unless you order them at restaurants and use a ready to use sauce mix. But after making it a few times, I just realized it’s not so difficult to make it at all.
Rasa Malaysia is one of the authorities in Asian cuisine on the web today. If you’re looking for great Asian recipes, Rasa Malaysia is the site to visit and you’ll find recipes with sensational and brilliant photography. The brainchild of Rasa Malasyia is no other than Bee Yinn Low who also writes for Nyonya Food and an Asian recipe column for InSing.com . Bee is currently working on her first cookbook which is due Fall 2011.
When Bee of Rasa Malaysia invited me to do a guest post about Filipino food, I thought she made a mistake. But no, she didn’t. It’s clear enough that the message is especially for me. I am honored to be invited by Bee to contribute a Filipino classic to the biggest independent Asian recipe site on the net. I hope I did justice to the classic Kare Kare.
Check out my post and recipe at Rasa Malaysia and read the story why I chose Kare Kare as my contribution to her site.