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Author Topic: ASSORTED: Budget/Easy To Do Recipes (THREAD 3)  (Read 64768 times)

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Re: ASSORTED: Budget/Easy To Do Recipes (THREAD 3)
« Reply #20 on: July 13, 2012, 04:45:31 PM »
i tried pork kinamatisan the other day, hindi type ni hubby, parang sinigang daw na walang asim... ngek! andami ko pa naman nilagay na tomatoes.  :(
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Re: ASSORTED: Budget/Easy To Do Recipes (THREAD 3)
« Reply #21 on: July 13, 2012, 05:09:29 PM »
sis, yan din comment ng brothers ko about that dish..sabi pa nga nila.. "sinigang gone wrong" daw... :-(  ang ginawa ko tinuyo ko siya ng onti tapos dinagdagan ng salt.. medyo naging okay na daw..

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Re: ASSORTED: Budget/Easy To Do Recipes (THREAD 3)
« Reply #22 on: July 13, 2012, 05:23:46 PM »
^ ang ginawa ko naman sis, tinuloy ko na lang na sinigang. yun, naubos naman..  :)
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Re: ASSORTED: Budget/Easy To Do Recipes (THREAD 3)
« Reply #23 on: July 14, 2012, 02:24:38 PM »
Pork Igado
Ingredients:
1/2 kilo Pork strips
1/4 kilo Pork Liver strips
1 Green Bell Pepper (sliced)
1 Red Bell Pepper (sliced)
1 cup of Water
Can of Green Peas
4 pcs Garlic
Onion
4 tbs. Soy Sauce
2 tbs Vinegar
Ground Black Pepper
Seasoning / Salt and Pepper

- Marinate pork strips in soy sauce, vinegar and ground black pepper for an hour.
- Saute garlic and onion and add the marinated pork. Simmer for 45 minutes and add water until pork is tender.
- Add the pork liver together with sliced bell peppers and green peas. Simmer for 10 minutes until liver strips are cooked.
- Add seasoning.
« Last Edit: July 16, 2012, 11:53:15 AM by witch_goddess »

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Re: ASSORTED: Budget/Easy To Do Recipes (THREAD 3)
« Reply #24 on: July 16, 2012, 10:11:09 PM »
How do you cook ADOBo mga sis? And what ingredients do you put? Pa share naman. i've been wanting to cook this kaso hindi ko matancha ang suka at toyo. Ano ba dapat mas marami? Toyo o suka?
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« Reply #25 on: July 17, 2012, 09:42:49 AM »
^mas marami dapat toyo sis. eto sis ginagawa ko:

- saute garlic sa oil, then put pork or chicken.. pwede rin both.
- pag medyo luto na yung meat mo, lagay mo na toyo saka suka. siguro mga 5 tablespoons ng toyo tapos 1 tablespoon ng suka and konting water then let it simmer.
- add dahon ng laurel and black pepper. ok lang din pag walang dahon ng laurel
- pag malambot na meat, adjust mo nalang yung taste kung may kulang pa then serve :)

i also add konting sugar kasi medyo gusto ko yung naghahalo yung alat, asim saka tamis. tantyahan lang din kasi sa amount ng toyo and suka, depende sa dami ng meat mo and if prefer mo yung masabaw or konti lang yung sabaw :)
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Re: ASSORTED: Budget/Easy To Do Recipes (THREAD 3)
« Reply #26 on: July 17, 2012, 01:39:17 PM »
mga sis, yung embutido from your recipe ba since steamed na, pwede na rin kainin kahit di i-fry diba? :)

i saw a recipe of Sinigang na Bola-Bola sa TV and found it online.. we wanna try soon kasi looks easy & mahilig kami sa sinigang! :D i copied the recipe:

Ingredients:
1.   Giniling
2.   Cornstarch
3.   Singkamas
4.   Itlog
5.   Tokwa
6.   Spring onions
7.   Tanglad
8.   Wansoy
9.   Sampalok
10.   Kakong
11.   Siling haba
12.   Labanos
13.   Gabi
14.   Talong

Procedure:

1.   Paghaluin ang giniling, cornstarch, singkamas at itlog saka ito ibilog para maging hugis bola.
2.   Sa isang kaldero, magpakulo ng tubig at isa isang ihulog ang bola-bola.
3.   Sunod na ilagay ang tokwa at pakuluan ng 15 minuto saka ilagay ang sampalok at hintaying kumulo.
4.   Pagkakulo ng tokwa at bola-bola, ilagay ang mga gulay at hayaan itong maluto.
« Last Edit: July 17, 2012, 01:58:31 PM by u8mypinkcookies »
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« Reply #27 on: July 17, 2012, 09:18:35 PM »
^mas marami dapat toyo sis. eto sis ginagawa ko:

- saute garlic sa oil, then put pork or chicken.. pwede rin both.
- pag medyo luto na yung meat mo, lagay mo na toyo saka suka. siguro mga 5 tablespoons ng toyo tapos 1 tablespoon ng suka and konting water then let it simmer.
- add dahon ng laurel and black pepper. ok lang din pag walang dahon ng laurel
- pag malambot na meat, adjust mo nalang yung taste kung may kulang pa then serve :)

i also add konting sugar kasi medyo gusto ko yung naghahalo yung alat, asim saka tamis. tantyahan lang din kasi sa amount ng toyo and suka, depende sa dami ng meat mo and if prefer mo yung masabaw or konti lang yung sabaw :)


thank you sis. same process din naman if adobong atay ng manok ang gagawin diba?
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« Reply #28 on: July 18, 2012, 10:12:16 AM »
^ay sis pag adobong atay, iba ginagawa ng mom ko. hindi ko pa kasi natry ito dahil hindi kumakain ng atay hubby ko. pero this is how my mom cooks adobong atay, similar sa beef steak, hehe.

- saute garlic and onions
- put liver then gisa lang until tender
- add soy sauce, salt and pepper
- pigaan ng kalamansi and add water
- simmer until cooked then serve

*the water and soy sauce would depend sa dami ng liver mo sis and kung gusto mo maraming sabaw.. adjust adjust nalang sa taste. :) hth!
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« Reply #29 on: July 18, 2012, 12:29:23 PM »
^iba ang procedure namin sis sa inyo. :) pero i tried yung style ng pagluluto nyo and may unting difference. mas masarap ig imarinate muna yung karne bago igisa.

eto naman sa amin. di ko tinatakal yung suka at toy eh. tinitkman ko lang. heheh

sa isang caserola,pakuluin ang karne sa pinaghalong  toyo, suka, bawang, sibuyas, laurel, paminta. Pga kumulo na, hinaan ang apy, if di pa malambot ang karne, maglagay ng 1 cup na tubig, pakuluan hanggang lumabot yung karne. pag done na sa lambot, tikman and adjust ang alat by putting salt( to add flavor lagyan ng msg or magic sarap) heheh puede na ganyan pero ang gangawa namin ginigisa ulit namin sa bawang at sibuyas then ihahalo ulit yung adobo. :) mas yummy.. simmer mo pa sya hanggang kumapit yung lasa ng sarsa. you can also add tomoto sauce if u like. :)

mga sis, yung embutido from your recipe ba since steamed na, pwede na rin kainin kahit di i-fry diba? :)


yes sis. :)
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« Reply #30 on: July 18, 2012, 12:37:25 PM »
^cool! hindi ko pa natry yung adobong may tomato sauce, hehe. natry ko na rin yung binabad muna sa toyo at bawang yung karne saka inadobo, mas yummy nga. :)
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« Reply #31 on: July 18, 2012, 01:03:48 PM »
adobo sa kamatis

1 kilo pork na may konting taba
garlic
onion optional(hinde ako naglalagay nito sa adobo)
kamatis (5 -6 pieces) alalay lang baka umasim
toyo
suka
salt
peper
konting sugar
magic sarap

katulad lang ng usual adobo,ilagay sa kaserola yung pork,kasama bawang, toyo ,suka,paminta at lagyan isang basong tubig.hayaan kumulo hanggang sa lumambot at medyo maging thick ang sabaw., pagkatapos nun tanggalin ang sabaw, lagyan ang konting mantika ang pork at igisa sya sa bawang , pag medyo brownish na sya ilagay ang kamatis..after 3-5 minutes na pag-gigisa sa kamatis..ilagay ang sabaw na tinaggal/hayaang kumulo, hinaan ang apoy. ilagay ang magic sarap,dagdagan ng salt, asukal and paminta ayon sa panlasa
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« Reply #32 on: July 18, 2012, 04:30:46 PM »
^cool! hindi ko pa natry yung adobong may tomato sauce, hehe. natry ko na rin yung binabad muna sa toyo at bawang yung karne saka inadobo, mas yummy nga. :)

:) yes sis pag nilalagyan namin ng tomatoe sauce, yun muna ang ginigisa namin taska namin nilalagay yung karne at sauce. :) mas ticky ang sauce and yummy pero wag masyado madami ang tomato sauce baka kasi umasim. :)

^sis i think yun yung alternative ng tomatoes, yung tomato sauce. :)
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Re: ASSORTED: Budget/Easy To Do Recipes (THREAD 3)
« Reply #33 on: July 18, 2012, 04:45:55 PM »
tried the embutido last weekend! :-) sarap! I doubled the recipe since food for the whole day na siya namin pero may natira pa the next day... yun nga lang medyo mahirap na ifry (to reheat) kasi may cheese and milk/sugar... parang madali masunog.. though gusto naman ng  mga kapatid ko yung mga crisps niya.. Sa sunod baka sa oven ko na lang ireheat..

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« Reply #34 on: July 18, 2012, 11:13:51 PM »
wow! ang dami palang ways to cook adobo ha? haha. thank you sa mga nag share. iluluto ko kasi to sa weekend kaya gusto ko malaman kung pano ang process. Iba pala ang process pag atay, kalamansi ang ginagamit? Parang bistek pala yan. Hehe.
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« Reply #35 on: July 19, 2012, 08:05:07 AM »
tried the embutido last weekend! :-) sarap! I doubled the recipe since food for the whole day na siya namin pero may natira pa the next day... yun nga lang medyo mahirap na ifry (to reheat) kasi may cheese and milk/sugar... parang madali masunog.. though gusto naman ng  mga kapatid ko yung mga crisps niya.. Sa sunod baka sa oven ko na lang ireheat..

wow nice to know na nagustuhan nyo. :)  ako kasi mas gusto ko sya na malamig sis.. hehhe i dunno di ko na sya iniinit or pinafry. heheh :)
^sis red- para safe ka na tama timpla mo sa suka at toyo, tikman mo sis pag minix mo na. :) pag ok sa tingin mo yung combi , ok na yun. masarap na kalalabasan ng adobo mo. :)
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Re: ASSORTED: Budget/Easy To Do Recipes (THREAD 3)
« Reply #36 on: July 19, 2012, 09:02:25 AM »
thanks sa mga recipes mga sis! yum yum yum tlaga ng pork kinamatisan  ;D

here is my contribution, Breaded Chicken Fillet in Teriyaki Sauce got this from nestle recipe pero instead of pork ginamit ko chicken fillet which is mas masarap.

Ingredients:
kg chicken fillet
cup Mama Sita Oyster Sauce
1 8g MAGGI MAGIC SARAP
Salt to taste
4 eggs, beaten
Japanese Breadcrumbs
Cooking oil for deep-frying

Teriyaki Sauce Combine:
cup Mama Sita Oyster Sauce
1 tbsp grated ginger
1 cup hot water
1 tsp MAGGI MAGIC SARAP
2 tbsp brown sugar

Procedure:

1. Marinate chicken fillet on Oyster Sauce, Magic Sarap and salt for at least 15-30 minutes.
2. Dip marinated chicken fillet on beaten egg then dredge with Japanese breadcrumbs. Repeat procedure to make sure that chicken fillet is completely coated with the bread crumbs.
3. Heat oil. Fry coated chicken fillet for at least 5 minutes on each side or until golden brown in color.
4. Transfer on a plate covered with paper towels to drain excess oil.
5. Prepare Teriyaki Sauce by combining all ingredients.
6. Remove paper towels from the chicken fillet and put in sauce.
7. Enjoy!
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« Reply #37 on: July 19, 2012, 08:40:45 PM »
this one naman nakita ko sa TV na embutido recipe..

Steamed Embutido

Ingredients:
1. Giniling na baboy
2. Hotdog
3. Ham
4. Bell Pepper
5. Sibuyas
6. Chorizo
7. Pasas
8. Itlog
9. Keso
10. Tasty bread
11. Asin
12. Paminta
13. Liver Spread.

Procedure:
1. Paghaluin ang lahat ng sangkap.
2. Ilagay ang hiwa-hiwang tasty bread at itlog saka haluin.
3. I-steam.
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« Reply #38 on: July 22, 2012, 07:33:32 PM »
Am trying the budget embotido nOw! Excited!!!!
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« Reply #39 on: July 23, 2012, 08:21:06 AM »
Am trying the budget embotido nOw! Excited!!!!

aling embotido yan sis? :)

any recipe for tanigue?
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