LASWA

Puro na lang tayo fast food, puro chicken, puro karne. Kaya ngayong tanghali, gulay naman ang ating ihahain sa ating hapag kainan.

GINISANG UPO

Isa na naman pong lutong pinoy ang featured ngayon sa ating Tikim Pinoy Blog. Ito ay ang gulay na paborito rin ng karamihan, ang upo.

BAGUIO BEANS CON CHICKEN

Isa ito sa mga luto na paborito ng aking asawa. Baguio BEans na hinaluan ng manok.

CHICKEN ADOBO

Chicken adobo, isa sa pinaka paborito kong pagkain, maging tanghalian man oh ulam sa hapunan.

PINAKBET

Pinakbet o Pakbet ay isang klase ng lutong ulam ng mga pilipino na ang mga sangkap ay puro gulay.

Food Trip: Mushroom Burger

Mushroom at your burger? Isa akong taong mahilig sa Burger, kahit ano pa yan basta burger yan.

GINATAANG YELLOW FIN

Ginataan, ang mga bicolano at bicolana talaga ay sadyang magagaling magluto pagdating sa mga gatang lutin. Isa sa mga paborito kong gata ay ang lutong gatang yellow fin.

CHICKEN MOLE

Nakatikim ka na ba ng Chicken Mole? Kung hindi pa ay narito ang mga sangkap at ang paraan ng pagluluto nito.

LECHONG PAKSIW

Di mawawala sa hapag kainan ng mga pinoy ang lechon. May lechong baboy, lechong manok at iba pang pwedeng i-lechon.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Adobo Ala Matti

At dahil gusto ko na ring matutong magluto, narito ang aking unang putaheng natutunan. At hindi pa ko nakuntento kaya i-vinideo ko pa para hindi ko makalimutan kung paano lutin.

Sana masarap. Halika tikman natin.


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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Ginataang Tambakol

















Mga Sangkap:

isdang tambakol
gata
luya
sibuyas
bawang
salt
petsay/dahon ng gabi 
sili


Paraan ng pagluto:

1)  Hiwain ang sibuyas at luya at durugin ang bawang
2)  Ilagay ang sibuyas, bawang at luya sa isang kaserola
3)  Ilagay ang pangalawang hugas na gata
4)  Hintaying kumulo at ilagay na ang isdang tambakol
5)  Pagluto na ang isda, ilagay na ang unang gata at hintaying kumulo
6)  Maari ng ilagay ang gulay (petsay/dahon ng gabi)
7)  Hintayin kumulo ulit at maari ng ihain ng mainit :)
8) Lagyan ng siling labuyo kung gusto ng medyo spicy.



Sunday, July 27, 2014

Food Trip: King Sisig


















This newly discovered King Sisig by yours truly tasted very good. Its good either for lunch, diner or for pinoys everyday "pulutan sa inuman". 

King Sisig comes with a level of its hotness. You can choose from mild, medium, hot, extra hot and super hot "Anghang Meter" and choose from different variants of pork, chicken, seafood, bangus, beef or lechon.

Of course lechon and beef has an added cost.

The King Sisig prices from P59 with rice or you can change the rice to egg or order a P130 that is good for 1-3 persons. 

So if you like some, come and order some Anghang Sisig now.

Only at King Sisig.
 

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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Egg omelet with maling

Cooked a simple dish for tonight's diner. It was just a fried maling. A typical one. But I thought it would be great and tastier if I could mix it up in an egg omelet.

I hope you'll love it and enjoy it for tonight.


















Let's eat! Yumyum!




Thursday, June 19, 2014

Mais con Chicken with Ampalaya Leaves

Makailang ulit ko na itong natikman sa loob ng tatlong taong ng una ko itong matikman.

Ngunit kahit ni isang beses ay hindi ko pa ito natry na lutuin. Hanggang sa isang araw ay bigla na lamang itong nakahain.

Mais na nilagyan ng manok na mayroong ampalaya leaves o dahon ng ampalaya. Nakatikim ka na ba nito o hindi pa?

Hindi ko sure kung lutong bikol ito. Nakatikim ka na ba nito? Kung hindi pa, halina at i-try mong magluto.
















Mga Sangkap:

- 5-6 cobs of white corn (grated)
- 1 onion, chopped
- 2 cloves garlic, chopped
- 2-3 tomatoes, sliced
- 1/4 kilo chicken (you can also use pork)- ampalaya leaves (bitter gourd leaves)
- salt, pepper to taste, much better if you use patis
- cooking oil


Paraan ng Pagluto:

- Saute onion, garlic, and the chicken in 2 tablespoons cooking oil.

- When the chicken is golden brown, add in the grated corn cobs.
- Add enough water.
- Season with your preferred seasoning.
- When the corn is ready, add in the ampalaya leaves.
- Simmer for few minutes and it's done! 
- Serve hot is better. 


Enjoy the Meal!


Thursday, May 22, 2014

Sinigang na hipon







 

 

 

 

Isa sa mga paborito rin nating mga pinoy ang hipon (shrimp). May kamahalan nga lang ngunit panalo naman sa lasa at sarap sa ating hapag kainan.

Kung ako lang ang masusunod ay puro's lamang dagat ang aking gustong kainin. Bukod sa masarap na ay hindi pa nakapagdudulot ng kung ano anong sakit di tulad ng baboy.

 So naturuan ko na kayo dati ng luto ng "Sinangag na hipon" kaya't ngayon naman ay sabawan naman natin siya. Ang Sinigang na Hipon. 

Tara na at magluto!

Mga Sangkap:

  • 1 1/2 lb shrimp(hipon)
  • 1 bunch water spinach (kangkong), cut in 3 inch length
  • 1 cup string beans (sitaw), cut in 2 inch length
  • 2 pieces medium-sized tomatoes, quartered
  • 1 large white onion, quartered
  • 8 cups water
  • 1 pack sinigang mix (tamarind soup base mix), about 1.4 ounce
  • 2 pieces banana pepper (or long green pepper)
  • 3 tbsp fish sauce (patis)

Paraan ng Pagluluto:

  1. Pour the water in a large cooking pot and bring to a boil
  2. Add onions and tomatoes and cook until texture becomes soft
  3. Put-in the sinigang mix and simmer for 2 minutes
  4. Add the banana pepper and string beans and simmer for 3 minutes
  5. Add the shrimps and fish sauce then simmer for 5 minutes
  6. Add the water spinach, turn the heat off, and cover the pot. Let stand for 5 minutes.
  7. Serve hot. And Enjoy it!

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Food Trip: Bakers Fair Hopia


















A Chinese cuisine who were known to Filipinos named "Hopia". This food comes from different flavors like ube, monggo (beans), baboy (pork) and many more as Filipino-Chinese people experiments on how to have a new taste on it.

As I taste this Bakers Fair Hopia, It reminds me of a Chinese food who is very known in Binondo (China Town in Philippines), none other than Eng Bee Tin of Mr. Gerry Chua.

Eng Bee Tin was famous in their Hopiang Ube and other Chinese cuisine. 

His huge contributions adding a new flavor to their Hopia gives them fame not only to his restaurants but also to his name.

He was called, Mr. Ube. He's Siapao taste good too.

But lets be back to this Hopia store who I think that their food taste good also. In fact when me and my wife visited Quiapo, we always get the chance to buy some Hopia here and even take it home.

The Bakers Fair store is located near Raon in the Street of Quezon Ave near Quiapo Church (beside the store of tailor shops for tactical pants and garments).


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