Tuesday, March 29, 2011

What dish do you want to learn to cook?

I’m sitting here at the moment with used up fast broadband credit time and it’s such a pain waiting for a full page to download when you are put in a snail pace internet connection.  Who’s fault it is, you might ask?  I’ll point at the YouTube addict (aka Mr. H) who has been watching funny bloopers for the past couple of weeks.  Oh well, that’s life!

So, to make this time useful….I have two foodie questions to ask, one is already indicated in my title post.  What dish do you want to learn to cook and why?  and the other is…What makes this dish stands out from the rest?

This is also a good opportunity for you my foodie bloggerista readers to introduce yourself and let Cusinera knows who’s who...

BTW, to one of my Anonymous readers….I haven’t forgotten about the Carioca request that I have promised last year,  it’s is imprinted in my brain but time sure do fly fast!  From all the hustle and bustle of everyday life, March 2011 is already ending and April is already creeping up!  OMG….Cusinera have to get her act together in the kitchen=P

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

GINISANG MUNGGO (Filipino Sautéed Mung Beans)

GINISANG MUNGGO © BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

KULINARYA COOKING CLUB

 

Kulinarya’s theme for the month of March 2011 is Gulay (Vegetables).


Ginisang Munggo (Filipino Sautéed Mung Beans) is a wonderful “ulam” (dish that goes with rice) during rainy and cold days.  Dish starts with the classic Filipino holy food trinity which consist of garlic, onions and tomatoes and ends with the addition of chili leaves (I use bird’s eye chili leaves).  The chili leaves gives that peppery taste that blends well with the slightly thickened flavourful broth.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

FLUFFY PANCAKES

PANCAKES WITH WHIPPED VANILLA CREAM & SYRUP © BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

I have tried many pancake recipes and this particular one has a permanent page in Cusinera’s private cookbook.  Tried and tested, this Fluffy Pancakes recipe hits the spot every time we have Pancake Day in the TRIBE’s household.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

VANILLA WHIPPED CREAM

WHIPPED VANILLA CREAM© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

This Vanilla Whipped Cream is so simple to make and a winning partner for your pancakes.  With the added icing sugar and a hint of vanilla…it gives that extra love instead of just plain old whipped cream.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Cusinera’s SPECIAL FRIED RICE

BUSOG! SARAP! FRIED RICE© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

This Special Fried Rice is considered a comfy food in the TRIBE’s household.  On its own, in my opinion it’s already a complete meal.  The kids love this for breakfast and won’t even notice that it contains vegetables.  Great as “baon” (homemade packed meal) for work or school.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

PLAIN ROLLED OMELETTE

PLAIN ROLLED OMELETTE© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

I know this is just a simple recipe for rolling a plain omelette but I have to include this in Busog! Sarap! before showing you how I cook my Special Fried Rice=)

You can dress this rolled plain omelette to a more gourmet breakfast dish by adding whatever filling you want….may it be fried diced potatoes, ham, spinach, cheese or even that trusty canned tuna in the pantry.

SHREDDED PLAIN ROLLED OMELETTE© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

One of my uses for this simple rolled plain omelette is to garnish my Special Fried Rice by cutting it into long strips and adding it for that extra wow factor.

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