Monday, February 21, 2011

Blue Marlin Sinigang

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Sauteed Crabs

My husband wanted to eat the seafood again, we went to the market and bought 1/2 kilo of crabs. I want to eat crab with coco milk but hubby told me that sauteed crab is better, cheaper and easy to cook. So, we just bought onion leaves, garlic and margarine for the recipe. The procedure is simple. In a skillet, hubby melted the butter and added the garlic and onion leaves. When the garlic is already toasted, he added the cleaned crabs, salt and magic sarap. After simmered for 8 minutes here it is:
Sauteed  Crabs
Hmmmm.. Yummy... Yummy... 

Food Cost: P47.00 to 57.00 pesos

Friday, February 18, 2011

Fried Pork Belly (Liempo)

Pork belly is a boneless cut of fatty meat derived from the belly of a pig. It is good to cook because it is boneless. My hubby bought 1/4 kilo of it, marinated in salt and pepper and fried. Here it is:

Fried Pork Belly
Hmmmm... Yummy.. Yummy...

Food Cost: P45.00 to 55.00 pesos only

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Pork Stew with String Beans

Do you remember clam stew cooked by my hubby last night? My hubby cooked again early this afternoon. The ingredients and the procedure is the same, the difference is instead of clam my hubby used pork and he replaced the petchay with string beans. He also lessen the water and added another piece of tomato. Here it is:

Pork Stew with String Beans

Hmmm.. Yummy.. Yummy..

Food Cost: P60.00 to 70.00 pesos only

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Clam Stew

Hubby bought clam in the market to cook clam stew. He wants to eat seafood for a change. Usually, we eat fish and meat as a viand. Since I started this food blog, just now we do a seafood dish:

1/2 kilo washed little neck clams
3 sliced tomatoes
1 diced onion
6 cloves garlic
1 whole pechay
2 tablespoons cooking oil
1/2 cup water
1 pack magic sarap
1 red chili
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper

1. In a skillet, saute garlic and onion in cooking oil for about 2 minutes.  
2. Add tomatoes, red chili, salt and pepper and simmer 5 minutes.
3. Add clams and water, mix well and cover. Cook about 5 minutes or until all the clams open. 
4. Add petchay and magic sarap and cook an additional 2 minutes or until it is completely cooked.
5. Serve hot.

Food Cost: P58.00 to 68.00 pesos only

Hmmmm.. Yummy.. Yummy...
Clam Stew

Monday, February 14, 2011

Andok's Porkcharap

Andok's Porkcharap is very delicious, crispy and tasty. The gravy is also yummy.We bought a couple of it for 38.00 pesos each. It was our viand last night since we already had our valentine lunch date yesterday.

Saturday, February 12, 2011


I just saw this in the market, i never tried this one before so i bought one pack. I fried it and made a viand for breakfast. It taste like meat loaf but meat loaf is more salty than this one. Meat loaf is soft and salami is not.

Salami is cured sausage, fermented and air-dried meat, originating from one of a variety of animals. It has been popular among Southern European peasants. The word salami, as currently used in English, is actually the plural form of the Italian salame. The word originates from the word Sale (salt) with a termination -ame used in Italian as an indicator of collective nouns.

A traditional salame is made from pork, chopped beef, venison, poultry, and horse.

Additional ingredients may include: salt, spices (usually white pepper) garlic minced, fat wine, various herbs, and vinegar.

Food Cost: 30.00 pesos only

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Master's Shawarma


Monday, February 7, 2011

Chicken Embutido

I'm alone at home and so lazy to prepare food for lunch. So i just bought Chicken Embutido at nearby store. I sliced it and fried. It's my first time to eat chicken embutido, it's delicious but pork embutido is more yummy. Chicken embutido is tasteless and dry unlike pork embutido is oily and tasty. So, next time i'll buy pork embutido na lang.. haha.. Embutido costs 10.00 pesos each.

Chicken Embutido

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Pork Igado

My viand for today is Pork Igado. Here's the procedure:
  • Saute onions, garlic and red chili in about 1 1/2 tbsp of cooking oil.
  • Add tomatoes just before the garlic and onions turn very light brown.
  • Add the pork strips, and stir fry until pork is light brown.
  • Add the liver and stir until liver is half-cooked.
  • Add ampalaya (bitter gourd) and simmer for 2 minutes.
  • Add the vinegar, soy sauce and the sugar.
  • Simmer until the meat is cooked.
Here's the result:

Hmmm... Yummy... Yummy...

Food Cost: P65.00 to 75.00 pesos only

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Pork Nilaga

I woke up this morning with a neck pain. We went to the clinic for blood pressure. The medical assistant said that I have low blood pressure. They prescribed me vitamins. Since, i have low blood pressure my husband decided to cook Pork Stew with a lots of pork fat. Look oh.. This costs P70.00 to 80.00 pesos only.

Pork Nilaga

Friday, February 4, 2011

Moud Halal Restaurant

Yesterday, we went to Quiapo to buy projector for my uncle. But before that, we ate in a Restaurant that serve muslim food. Last week, my hubby really wanted to eat there but unfortunately we have not found it. Yesterday we try to look it again and we found it! Yehey! It's our second time to eat there and the last time we dine there was two years ago that's why we already forgot the location and the name of the restaurant.

And now, the name of the restaurant is..... (drum roll) MOUD HALAL RESTAURANT
located at 887 Globo de Oro St., Quiapo, Manila near Muslim Mosque.

We ordered their famous yummy roasted chicken and kabsa rice.

roasted chicken and kabsa rice
Their roasted chicken is juicy and delicious. Not salty and not too sweet. Kabsa rice (saudi rice) is also good. Plus, it's very cheap. This one is only 70.00 pesos.

They also serve other viand and snacks like chicken curry, samosa, hamburger, spaghetti, pizza, french fries, siopao, pita bread & etc.

I love their samosa. It's so yummy. It's my first time to eat samosa. We ordered two pieces just to try it. And it taste good. really really good! This one is 10.00 pesos each.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Ma Ling Luncheon Meat Dipped with Egg

When it comes to luncheon meat, my favorite is MaLing. When I was a kid, my mother always prepared this meal for us. I ate much when we have this dish. My mother usually dipped the luncheon meat with eggs and fried. I prepared one this morning and here it is: tadaaaaaannnnnn!

Luncheon Meat
Ma Ling
This one has a total cost of 35.00 pesos. Ma Ling is P25.00. Egg is P5.00 and cooking oil P5.00.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Second Blog Award

 I just want to thank Mel of A Dream Come True for giving me the STYLISH BLOGGER AWARD and i want to share this award to:

1. Lhuloy - for the black and white theme of her blog

2. Biboy - for the beautiful photos included in his blog

3. Dalisay - for her cute blogspot address

4. Supladong Office Boy - for his realistic stories

5. Rhyanne - for her newly dressed up blog.

6. Ladymishel - blog full of love

7. Mommy Jem - for being a super mom

8. Vernz - for sharing the beauty of Davao

9. gracesongbird - for his winning blog post about minute maid

10. Patricia - for the vector design of her blog

11. Emmanuel - for a match title and header design of his blog.

12. The Backpackman - for showing us the beauty of the Philippines

13. Kurdapya - for the color of her blog

14. Dorothy - for the thinkable thought

15. Sherwin - para sa kanyang magagandang tula

Congrats! Guys and Gals.. Share your award and follow these rules:


•Thank and link back the person who gave you this award.
•Share 7 things about yourself.
•Award 15 great bloggers you know.
•Contact these bloggers and tell them about the award.

Seven Interesting Facts About Me

1. I fond of reading books.

2. I was once a sunday school teacher.

3. I'm good in math but not in English.

4. I am an introvert type of perspn

5. I love arts so much.

6. I am a wife but not yet a mother.

7. I went to Brunei two times.
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