I know a lot of people who cannot fry an egg. For instance, a perfect sunny-side up: how do you make one without burning the edges or breaking the yolk. So here’s what I’ve been thinking — what if I create a few series devoted to our favorite ingredient, no?
I love eggs whichever way they’re prepared. I have to say that they’re one of the most versatile and most important ingredients in cooking and baking. Let me know what you think.
Below is a basic egg salad sandwich recipe. Some people prefer to add onions or pickles or lettuce. Include them on the list of ingredients if you wish. Spice it up with some chili powder or chili flakes. Spread it on any type bread or crackers. It’s all up to you! But I like mine simple.
Check out the recipe below:
This recipe brings back a lot of childhood memories in my hometown Malabon. The friendly sorbetero (ice cream vendor) would roam around the neighborhood enticing the kids for a daily afternoon treat of everyone’s favorite cold dessert.
Dirty ice cream maybe just a dime a dozen, but there’s nothing dirty in it. And in the town where I grew up, it was served with something extra special. Ice creams are smothered in Sweet Red Mung Beans or Minatamis na Mungo — a great topping more delectable than mallows, chocolate syrup, or sprinkles.
Minatamis na Mungo is one of my family’s favorite local delicacies. Aside from being a topping for ice cream, it’s also one of the ingredients in Halo-halo, a filling or palaman in breads and hopia, or even as a partner of suman. And guess what, it can also be eaten as it is!
If you like buying Minatamis na Mungo preserves in bottles, I’m telling you now that this one tastes a hundred times better. Adding it as a topping on ice cream may not be very common in other places in the country, but I’m sure you will also enjoy this yummy treat especially during the summer season.
The recipe below is my mother’s who loves local delicacies. Enjoy!
I have a tooth ache since last night. It’s nice to know that we have creamy chicken macaroni sopas (soup) for dinner.
I know, I know, this is best served during the rainy or chilly seasons, but who cares? I want to enjoy a warm bowl (or two) of creamy chicken macaroni sopas despite the blistering weather lately. Besides, I can only chew on one side of my mouth, so this is the best option, or I starve to death.
I hope you enjoy this recipe. In my case, I’m waiting for my tooth fairy.