Monday, January 31, 2011

First Blog Award

 This food blog got an award! Wow! As young as 18 days, this blog already received two award. The first one is BLOG STAR AWARD from

Thanks to Ms. Alessandra for this award. The second one is from Mel. I will tell you the details on my next post. Got to go..

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Hotdog and Scrambled Egg with Tomatoes

Last night during blog hopping i read one post of Rhyheanne in one of her blog (It's not Just A Blog). It is about a dish she ate for late lunch or early dinner. When i saw the photo, i craved for it. So, i decided to try it. This morning, I bought 2 pcs. foot long hotdog, 3 eggs and 2 tomatoes. I divided the hotdog into 3 and fried. What about the eggs? I cooked it the Bicolana way. This is i did:

1. Sliced the tomato and marinate it in salt for 3 minutes.
2. In a pan, i saute the crushed siling labuyo and add the tomatoes.
3. Add the scrambled egg and stir gently.
4. Serve hot.

Hmmm.. Yummy.. Yummy..

Thanks to Rhyheanne. This is the first time i cooked the egg this way.. Haha.. I usually scrambled the egg and fried. Thanks for the ideas Rhyheanne. The total cost of these? 45.00 pesos. Footlong is 10.00 pesos each. 5.00 per egg and 2.00 per tomato.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Chicken Adobo with Saba

Adobo is a prominent Filipino food. Since our visitor is always out of the country, we prepare chicken adobo for him. How we cooked it? Here it is:

1/2 kilo chicken
3 pcs. saba
4 tbsp. soy sauce
4 tbsp. vinegar
1 tbsp. sugar
2 gloves garlic
1 pc. medium onion
1 pc. siling labuyo
3 tbsp. cooking oil
2 cups water
salt and pepper to taste

1. In a skillet, saute garlic and onion.
2. Add chicken and water then bring to a boil.
3. Add vinegar, soy sauce, sugar, salt and pepper and simmer until the chicken is tender.
4. Add saba and siling labuyo then simmer for 10 minutes.
5. Serve hot.

Food Cost: P72.00 to 82.00 pesos only

Hmmmm... Yummy... Yummy....

Chicken Adobo with Saba

Friday, January 28, 2011

Pork Sinigang with a twist

We have guest today so my husband cooked a special dish. Our visitor is always out of the country and he seldom eat sinigang. So, we cooked it for him. Here's our version of Pork Sinigang with a twist. With a twist because my hubby put sayote and okra. Haha..

1/2 kilo pork liempo
1 pack of sinigang mix
1 diced onion
1 pc. sayote
1 bundle sitaw
1 bundle okra
salt and magic sarap

1. In a casserole, bring pork to a boil, lower fire and simmer until pork is tender.
2. Add onion, sinigang mix and sayote.
3. After 5 minutes of boiling, add sitaw and okra.
4. Season with salt and magic sarap.
5. Serve hot.

Food Cost: P128.00 to 138.00 pesos.

Pork Sinigang with a twist

Hmmmm... Yummy... Yummy...

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Fried Egg and Dried Slipmouth Fish

Felt so lazy today and don't want to cook 'coz I'm alone at home. I decided to fry the egg and the dried fish that i saw in the refrigerator. So simple viand yet yummy.. yummy.. hmmmm..

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Fresh Lumpia in Globe Lumpia House

Today, we went to Paco, Manila for my husband's medical exam. While waiting for my husband, my uncle texted me if i have time to go to Raon to buy projector. To make the long story short, after my husband's medical exam we went to Raon to canvass the price of the said projector. While we were there, i noticed a lot of people queued in a diner. For curiosity reason, we asked the people there what it is. They said the diner's specialty is fresh lumpia and its very delicious. So, my hubby and i decided to try it. How does it taste?

Hmmmmm... for me, it's delicious! I'm not a vegetable eater but when i try it, i really like it.. The taste of peanut with sugar is good, the veggies is fresh and the sauce is like a caramel, not so sweet but perfect! Plus, the price is very cheap. It's only P16.00/pc.

So, next time when you go to Raon, Quiapo, Manila. Try to eat fresh lumpia in Globe Lumpia House.

By the way, we waited for almost 20 minutes before our turn to make an order and served.

Hmmm... Yummy.. Yummy.. It was worth the wait!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Sinigang sa Kalamansi and Sauteed Sayote with Misua

My hubby planned to cook Sauteed Sayote with Misua but in the end it became Sinigang sa Kalamansi. How it happened? Hubby told me that while he's cooking and taste it he thought that Sinigang sa Kalamansi is better. Good thing we have lime in the refrigerator. I forgot to take the picture of it while newly cook but i captured the leftover. haha..
Sinigang sa Kalamansi
In dinner, i recooked the leftover and made it as what it plans earlier. A Sauteed Sayote with Misua. How i did it? I put the leftover in pan, while boiling i add pork cube, salt, pepper and 2 cups of water to reduce the sour taste. Boiled for 3 minutes then i add the misua. Boiled again for 3 minutes. And presto! Here it is...
Sauteed Sayote with Misua
Hmmmmm... Yummy.... Yummy....

Monday, January 24, 2011

Ginataang Galunggong (Scad Fish in Coconut Milk)

Ginataang Galunggong

Ginataan is one of the specialties of the Bicolanos. When it comes to ginataan, my hubby cooks it perfectly. What are the ingredients for this ginataang galunggong and how he cooked it? Here it is:

1/2 kilo galunggong (scad)
1/4 cup water
1/2 cup vinegar
1 1/2 cup coconut cream
1 tablespoon minched ginger
1 onion (small size)
2 pcs. crushed garlic
2 pcs. eggplant
1 pc. siling labuyo
magic sarap
salt to taste

1. Put the clean round scad (galunggong) in pan.
2. Add water, vinegar, ginger, onion, garlic, eggplant, salt and pepper.
3. Boil for 5 minutes then add coconut cream. Stir gently so the cream would not curdle.
4. Cover the pan and lower heat. Cook for 10 minutes or until sauce thickens.

Hmmm... Yummy.. Yummy..

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Tocino and Adobong Sitaw with Talong

My husband and I have a different dish today. Tocino for me and adobo for him.

Tocino is my favorite since i was a child but when I got married I rarely eat it because my hubby don't like tocino, so rare to have this dish. To ease my craving i bought 1/4 kilo as a viand.

Hubby cooked adobong sitaw with talong for him. Haha.. I don't eat sitaw.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Spicy Fried Chicken

spicy fried chicken
Fried chicken is one of my favorite viand, and since i am a Bicolana i put a spicy taste in my own version of fried chicken.

1/2 kilo chicken breast
4 teaspoon vinegar
4 teaspoon soy sauce
2 gloves garlic
1 pc. crushed siling labuyo
salt and pepper
cooking oil

1. Simmer chicken in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, crushed chili, salt and pepper for 20 minutes or before the chicken is fully cooked.
2. Heat oil and fry the chicken until golden brown.
3. Serve with vinegar sauce.

Hmmm.. Yummy.. Yummy..

Thursday, January 20, 2011

San Marino Corned Tuna Lumpia

When I woke up this morning, my hubby requested me to cook lumpia. So, i went to the market to buy ingredients:
ingredients for lumpia
lumpia wrapper
*1 can of San Marino Chili Corned Tuna (P30.00)
*1 pc. potato (P10.00)
*2 gloves garlic (P2.00)
*1 medium onion (P3.00)
*kinchay (P5.00)
*2 tanda lumpia wrapper (P16.00)

It's cheap right? For only P66.00 pesos i purchased the ingredients for delicious lumpia. Ah! by the way, i forgot to include the oil, magic sarap and black pepper because we already have stocks for it.
lumpia mixture
So, how do i cook the lumpia? Here it is:
1. In a skillet, i sauteed the garlic, onion and potato.
2. Then i add San Marino Chili Corned Tuna, black  pepper and magic sarap.
3. Stuff Shanghai mixture in wrapper and form into lumpia shape.
4. Fry until crispy.
5. Serve with mayonnaise and ketchup sauce.

Hmmmm... Yummy... Yummy...

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Tinolang Manok

Here's my viand for today and here's the cooking instructions:

1. In a casserole, heat oil and saute garlic, ginger, chili and onion until soft.
2. Add the chicken pieces and stir-fry for about 3 minutes.
3. Season with salt and pour in the water.
4. Bring to a boil then lower the heat and simmer until the chicken is tender.
5. Season with salt and pepper to your desired taste.
6. Serve hot.

My hubby cooked this one.. Hmmm.. Yummy.. Yummy..

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Spicy Pork Adobo

Here's my viand for lunch, spicy pork adobo. My hubby cooked this while i was sleeping. While we eat i ask him how he cooked it, and he said:

1. He sauteed the garlic, onion and pork.
2. Then he add water, vinegar, soy sauce, chili, and black pepper.
3. Boiled for 15 minutes.

And presto! Here it is.. Hmmm.. Yummy.. Yummy...

Monday, January 17, 2011

Pork Barbeque and Fresh Daing na Gg

Bumili kami ng isang isdang galunggong at bumili rin kami ng barbeque para sa pananghalian. Yung barbeque ready to eat na pero ang isda hindi pa, kaya eto ginawa namin:
1. Hiniwa ng hubby ko ang isda na parang daing.
2. Binabad sa toyo, suka, bawang, sibuyas at magic sarap.
3. After 30 minutes pinirito na.

Hmmm.. Yummy.. Yummy..

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Purefoods Chunkee Corned Beef

 We're so lazy today to cook food for lunch, so we decided to buy Purefoods Chunkee corned beef. But before we serve it, my hubby sauteed it in garlic and onions then he add chili to have a spicy taste. He also put fried egg as topping. Hmmm.. yummy.. yummy..
Sauteed Purefoods corned beef with egg topping

Friday, January 14, 2011

MoonDisk ready to eat Laing

MoonDisk Laing
MoonDisk Laing 


I've been craving for laing for so long.. Since, i don't know how to cook laing i bought "ready to eat laing" for 26.00 pesos only. It's my first time to eat laing in can. It's delicious pala and it taste like home cooked laing. Hmmmm... yum.. yum..
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