One of foods that I love to prepare at home is the ‘Salted Eggs with Tomatoes‘. It’s very hassle-free! All you need to have are the salted eggs from the supermarket and tomatoes. Nothing else, but you can also add some spices if you like.
Would you like to know how I prepared this? LOL!
I peeled the egg, off course, and sliced it as well as the tomatoes. Did you get it? Haha! So easy, right?
However, this kind of food, I mean, the salted egg, is not that very good to prepare during holidays, as what my sister shared. Eating eggs in more than once in a week ain’t good at all. It’s cholesterol, after all.
Talking about holidays, August 2011 has a lot of holidays to celebrate. Off course, it doesn’t have any classes, why not celebrate then. Even how hectic to think my schedules are, thinking of any holidays, for as long it doesn’t have classes, it would still be considered the Best Last Minute Holidays I could have. LOL!
Have a great Sunday, everyone!
I’ve been craving for pancit lately. And even thought of preparing one. Ahihi!
But I am not really that confident to prepare foods, though I know how, I am just ashamed to show to how and even to let you try some. Haha!
Since I still am having here my Yummy magazine, June 2011 issue, I browsed again the pancit bihon which I marked “a must try to prepare at home”. But laziness strike my butt again. I, instead, bought pancit bihon for myself then. LOL!
But off course, I don’t want to keep the recipe for myself. I wanna share it to you.
- 250 grams Sapporo Pancit Bihon
- 100 grams chicken meat (boiled and cut into strips)
- 150 grans chicken liver (boiled and sliced)
- 150 grams chicken gizzard (boiled and sliced)
- 1/4 kilo pork liver (boiled and sliced)
- 1/2 kilo cabbage (shredded)
- 200 grams chicharon
- Medium-sized carrot (cut into strips)
- 1 medium-sized onion (sliced)
- 5 cloves garlic (minced)
- Green bell pepper (cut into strips)
- Soy Sauce
- Oyster Sauce
- Black Pepper
- Chicken stock
- Vegetable Oil
- Heat oil in a large wok or pot and saute garlic and onions. Add the chicken strips, chicken liver, pork liver and gizzard. Then add in the vegetable ingredients in the following order: chicharo, carrots, cabbage, bell pepper, celery and kinchay. Season with soy sauce and oyster sauce. Mix in water, chicken stock then the Sapporo Pancit Bihon. Add more water or chicken stock, if desired. Stir continuously until all ingredients are cooked.Top with chicharon when serving.
You might be wondering that there’s pork in the recipe even though I don’t eat such. Yes! There really is. If you read the whole of this article, you’ll know why.
Opps! I just want to make it clear that the above recipe was taken from Yummy Magazine, June 2011 Issue. The photos/images posted where taken by the owner of this site from her hard copy of the said magazine. This post doesn’t mean that the owner receives any compensation from any of the above mentioned companies. This is solely the owner’s choice to post and share this recipe thru this blog.
I just want to share to you here what FREE chicken soup from Max’s Chicken and Restaurant at Ayala Center Cebu are looking like.
Have a great and yummy Sunday everyone!
Since I can’t pork and beef, every time we go out, I and my classmates in medical school, I have nothing to order but chicken, fish and vegie menu. But since I’m full with vegies and fishes the past week, on Friday, I ordered Taosi Chicken Feet in Mandarin Tea Garden of SM City Cebu during our dine out session with some classmates.
This, actually, is my entry for Yummy Sunday! Have a great week ahead guys!