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Friday, August 21, 2009

Buffalo Wings Recipe

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I told my family that I will cook a special dish for them the other Sunday and here's what I cooked, Buffalo Wings and other crab recipes (i will share them later). Ok here's the Buffalo Wings Recipe, and actually it is just very easy to make as long as you have all the ingredients.  

In a bowl MIX
1 and 1/2 kilo of chicken wings
1 Egg
salt and DEEP FRY. Set Aside for a while.

Garlic, add tomato paste (just a bit so that it will not become sour)
add a bit of water,
add Oyster sauce ,
a pinch of Vetsin,

Sugar- i used the segunda probably about 1-2 tsp.

and lastly dash of >>Italian seasoning, this will give a different flavor (you can find this of course at any grocery.

When the sauce is a bit thick, add the deep fried chicken together until it is coated and that's it. Serve Hot and enjoy!


Saturday, August 1, 2009

Ginisang Mais Recipe

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Mom is having a hard to think what to cook for us everyday, so she thought of cooking this Ginisang Mais and with had it together with fried Galunggong for lunch one lunch. Oh boy it was so yum that I have to eat with my Di ba sarap mag kamay minsan?

Here's the delicious and nutrious Ginisang Mais Recipe that is so simple to cook. Try it for a change.

5-6 cobs of white corn (grated)
1 onion
2-3 tomatoes
pork sliced into small pcs. or you can use shrimps
sili leaves (dahon ng sili) or if you want dahon ng malunggay
salt, pepper to taste

NOTE: you can use patis if you want or bagoong (mom used bagoong here) for seasoning
1. Boil pork with water, until water evaporates. Let it cook in it's own oil. Don't fry it too much. Set Aside.
2. Saute onion, garlic, tomatoes then add the pork
3. Add the mais
4. Add enough water (if you use the shrimp instead of the pork, mashed the shrimp's head, put a little bit water and make it a stock)
5. Season with your preferred seasoning
6. Add the sili leaves
7. Simmer for few minutes and it's done!

Best served with fried fish ! Yum! Enjoy eating!!


Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Baked Spareribs with Honey Sauce Recipe

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This is one of my favorite dish right now: Baked Spareribs with Honey Sauce Recipe. I learned how to cook it  last year when my sister served this at their house. I just so love the sweet taste of honey  in it and especially when it is cooked so right. Don't worry if you don't have an oven to cook it.
Here's the recipe : Baked Spareribs with Honey Sauce Recipe

1kg spareribs
1 onion quartered
1/4 tsp pepper
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 cup soy sauce

~Combine the ingredients together in a saucepan. Have it boil  for about 2 hours or until spareribs are tender.
~Arrange the spareribs in a baking pan and then set aside.
~Prepare the sauce.

1 tbsp ginger juice
1/2 cup honey
2 tbsp brown sugar
2 tsp salt
2 tbsp soy sauce
1 onion minced
1 tbsp worcestershire sauce

Blend ingredients together. Pour over spareribs , bake for 400F for 3 minutes or you can use TURBO broiler if you don't have an oven. 
Serve hot and ENJOY!!
Try this, this is really delicious!!


Thursday, October 9, 2008

Tortang Giniling Recipe

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I was craving for something different the other night and as usual me and I my mom don't know what to cook kasi sometimes it's nakakasawa na mga ulam. I saw a ground pork on the freezer and thought I'd make a TORTANG GINILING, that we haven't eaten for a long time. And since this is so easy to prepare so i opted to cook it.

Here's is how to cook it...

3 eggs 1 onion,
3-4 cloves of garlic,
salt and peper
potato cut in small cubes (optional)


Saute the garlic, onion, put the ground pork until brown then set aside. Beat the egss and then mix the sauteed ingredients. Season with salt and pepper. Heat the pan with oil over medium heat then pour mixture. Turn upside down and it's done.

Servings 2-3


Friday, September 5, 2008

Yummy Crazy Crepes

I posted this on my main blog and don't you know that this is one of the most popular searched post in that blog? Since I opened this new blog I thought i'd share this here as well..
My niece and I went to Galleria one weekend and we passed by a small stall that caught our attention. There are few people eating and they seem to be enjoying what they have. We got curious about what the stall offers so we had a look.

It was no ordinary crepe bec. you can have different stuff inside of it. You can choose from combination of mango, vanilla ice cream, strawberry, nutella with banana and more. Price range from Php 80-Php 120 +. This is a delicious snack and I can recommend, have you tried one?

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Here is what we got ripe mangoes with mango sauce, vanilla ice cream and it was so yummy. You can also upgrade if you want more stuff inside.
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Top 3 Nutritious Fruits

I was watching television last time (Euro Max), and one of the episode is about The Top 3 Nutritious Fruits and i thought i share this here. I am not a fruit lover that much but after watching about the goodness of these fruits i have to start eating them more often for they are readily available almoast anywhere here(except for strawberries where we can only buy them at groceries.).
1. APPLE - Apples are a source of both soluble and insoluble fiber
Five Reasons To Eat An Apple Every Day
• * Your Diet - Apples are the perfect, portable snack: great tasting, energy-boosting, and free of fat.
• Your Heart - Research confirms it! The antioxidant phytonutrients found in apples help fight the damaging effects of LDL (bad) cholesterol.
• Your Digestion - Just one apple provides as much dietary fiber as a serving of bran cereal. (That's about one-fifth of the recommended daily intake of fiber.)
• Your Lungs - An apple a day strengthens lung function and can lower the incidence of lung cancer, as well.
• Your Bones - Apples contain the essential trace element, boron, which has been shown to strengthen bones - a good defense against osteoporosis.

2. BANANA - It’s low in calories, fat, sodium, and much of its fiber is soluble — the kind that can help lower cholesterol. It has lots of potassium, good source of vitamin B6. Rich in carbohydrates, also contain phosphorus, potassium and vitamins A and C. It gives an instant energy that is why athletes love bananas.
3. STRAWBERRIES - Strawberries are a wholesome source for essential vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, folate, fiber, potassium and antioxidants that help keep you and your family healthy. They are great source of folic acid that help prevents birth defects. They have antioxidants that help fight carcinogens.

So let's eat them now !!!.


Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Ginataang Hipon Recipe (shrimp cooked with coconut milk )

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This one of my favorite dish this is one of my favorite, shrimp cooked with coconut milk (kakang gata) - which is the juice you get out from shredded coconut.

1. Put the coconut milk (unang piga is the best) on a pan, simmer on low fire . Don't stir.... until oil comes out of it.
2. Put the small shrimps (small size but of course bigger size is good too), stir until cook (orange color)
3. Put a little bit of salt, continue stirring until it thickens

4. Serve with squeezed calamansi with patis (fish sauce) as condiment

So easy isn't it??


Paksiw na Bangus Recipe

This dish is my mom's favorite dish, as she like something sour. She likes to eat this with her hands pouring a bit of patis in her rice. I also remember my grandma loves it but actually this is not my fave one. This is very easy to cook esp. if you are in a hurry and can't think of what ulam you want to serve.

1 big Bangus milkfish cut into 3 portions (leave the scales on and of course remove the laman loob)
1 ginger cut into small portions (pampaalis ng lansa)

1-2 pcs. of green siling haba pangsigang
1 small ampalaya (optional)
1 small onion
water (just enough)
1 tsp sugar
Pepper and salt to taste


Just put all the ingredients in a pan except for the pepper and salt, cover it and let it simmer over medium fire. Season with salt and pepper. Serve hot and it is best to eat it with patis.


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