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Showing posts from March 10, 2020

Smash It: Burger & More in Marikina Heights

Who is craving for Burgers and fries?   Hopefully you're into something new to eat at Smash It: Burger & More in Marikina Heights.  I had ordered it through Grab Food application on my phone.  The following orders were as followed: Double BBQ Bacon Smash Burger requested for no sauce and vegetables for PHP 207.20 with Curly Fries PHP 169.00 plus a Red Iced tea PHP 49.00 total of PHP 425.20 ($7.59). Double Caramelized Smash Burger for PHP 249.00 with French Fries with Homemade Ketchup PHP 99.00 total of PHP 348.00 ($6.21). I had ordered myself the Buffalo Chicken Poppers for PHP 189.00 ($3.38) the serving was big. I couldn't quite finish it very spicy even if it says mild on the label on the box. I used my ranch dressing to minimize the heat coming from my mouth. I wanted to try their Apple Cinnamon Tart for two pieces for PHP 129.00 ($2.30) the apple cinnamon tart wasn't sweet something good to add vanilla ice-cream if you wanted too. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or adv

Filipino Beef Nilagang Recipe

There are so many choices of Filipino soup we eat and when we need more filling in our stomach we want to eat with iron to build our strength together why not try our beef nilagang soup the Filipino way. Beef Nilagang Soup Recipe Ingredients : 1/2 Kilo Beef (cut in cubes) or Beef Briskets 1 - Onion (quartered) 2 - Pieces Garlic (chopped) 2 - Potato (quartered) 1 - Tsp Peppercorns 4 - Tbs Patis (fish sauce) 1 - Small cabbage (quartered) 4 - Cup water or beef stock 1 - Beef cube  Small amount cooking oil Medium Pot Step 1: Cooking Instructions: In a medium pot add small amount cooking oil in medium heat Add onion, garlic and fish sauce to sauté Add beef and peppercorn Add four 4 water or beef stock Add potato and cabbage Let it cook for one hour in low heat. Taste it and you can add salt to your taste.

Filipino Chicken Tinola Recipe

This is a favorite dish I love my mom to cook for me when I was young and now being cooked through Manang V once a week as we have our daily Filipino dishes cooked at our home. Chicken Tinola Recipe: Ingredients: 1 - Whole chicken (slice per parts) or 1 pack of choice of chicken parts 1 - Small piece fresh ginger (peel and slice matchbox size) 1 - chicken broth cubes or 1- can chicken stock 4 Tbs - Patis (fish sauce) 1 - Vegetable choice of green papaya or chayote (peel and sliced) 1 - Cup Spinach leaves or malunggay leaves 2 cloves - Garlic (chopped) 1/2 onion (chopped) Small amount cooking oil Medium Pot Step 1: Add small amount cooking oil in hot pot add onions, garlic, ginger and patis mix together Add sliced chicken Add water and chicken stock  Add papaya or chayote Cook for 25 minutes Add spinach or malunggay  Cook another 5 minutes and it is fully cooked.

Let's travel along Korea with recipes to fill you up!

Travel recipes to all is what I will talk about while we are experience the travel ban and the fear of catching is everyone seems to talk about as we hear the news and from our friends in different country. Our ears gets all filled up and the only way we can picture in our heads to be more relax why not experience cooking a meal somewhere like Korea just imagines yourself eating at a authentic Korean restaurant. I've experience traveling to Korea with my family. I have also cooked Koren dishes at home and I will share you links to find recipes I have cooked at home. Kimchi : Bulgogi: Japchae: Unwind with a meal of Korea and watch a Korean television series and have some flavored soju. Enjoy!