Sunday, January 27, 2008
Friday, January 25, 2008
1 cup oil
3 cloves garlic, minced
2 medium sized onions, minced
1 small size chicken
1/4 kg. pork meat, cubed
200 grams squid, cut into rings
3 fresh tomatoes, chop coarsely
1 red and 1 green sweet peppers
100 grams frozen peas
4 tbsp. olive oil
2 cups rice
4 cups chicken stock
1 tsp saffron
dash of salt & pepper
12 pcs. mussels
200 grams cooked shrimps
50 grams stuffed green olives
Chop onions and garlic. Divide chicken into pieces and cut pork meat into 1 cm. thik cubes. Slice and chop tomatoes. Remove seed of peppers and cut into thick strips.
Heat olive oil in a heavy iron pan. Fry chicken pieces until golden brown, add the onions and garlic. Add squid, tomatoes, sweet peppers and peas. Stir with wooden spoon, cooking over a high flame.
Add rice, stir briefly and then add chicken stock about 9 decilitres. Season with saffron dissolved in a little water, add salt and pepper. Cook in low fire and cook for about 20 to 25 minutes, stirring carefully and frequently.
Add the cooked mussels and shrimps then add olives. Put the pan in a pre-heated oven for 10 minutes before serving.
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
A neighbor gave this plateful of Kamias today. What am I gonna do with this fruit? First I'm gonna eat them raw with some salt as dipping sauce or sawsawan (a good idea for bad breath and as post extraction regimen). My dentist extracted my tooth yesterday. He advised me to rinse my mouth with warm water and salt the next day.
Monday, January 14, 2008
Sweet potatoes (camote) or potatoes sliced julienne style, egg whites, corn starch, bean sprouts cooked shrimp (no heads) salt and pepper to taste
In a bowl, mix shrimps. sweet potatoes, and egg white. Dissolve corn starch in cold water and then add to the bowl. Mix in the bean sprouts. Add salt and pepper to taste. Heat oil in a skillet and drop in a tablespoonful of the mixture, flatten like hamburger patties and fry like fry until golden brown.
Make a batter by combining flour, baking powder, water, and beaten eggs. Add onions, salt, and pepper; mix well. Fold in bean sprouts.
Sunday, January 6, 2008
My New Year Resolution for Cooking/Baking are:
1. Icings / Frostings - I have been making icings for my cakes but I only made simple ones. This year, I'd like to learn more and try the different designs & recipes.
2. Souffle - Never tried it.
3. Native Delicacies - I am not good at it, e.g. biko, suman, cassava cake, puto.
4. Bread Making - I'd like to try a loaf bread, ensymada, empanada & pan de sal.
5. Chocolate Truffles - I think these are easy to make but too complicated???
6. Cookies - to bake some more.
7. French Pastries
8. Spanish Churros
9. Shrimp Tempura - I'm still on the process of trial & error. Sometimes I made it perfect but mostly it turned out like a rebosado.
10. To organize my cooking books and sort out / file my recipe collections.
Friday, January 4, 2008
This is my first post forthe new year!
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