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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

Paksiw ng Pata Recipe

You have an option to add the sugar to the paksiw ng pata or not add the sugar depending if you have someone who is diabetic and doesn't want to eat it with their dish is an option to this dish. Paksiw ng Pata Recipe Ingredients: 1 Kilo Pork Pata (sliced into 2 inches) ½ Cup – Soy sauce 8 - Cloves of Garlic (minced) 2 Cups - Water ½ Cup - Vinegar 1/4 Cup - Brown Sugar ½ Package - Dried Banana Blossom (soaked in water) 1 Tbsp – Whole Black Pepper Patis (fish sauce) Cooking Oil Cooking Instructions: Step 1: Cook in pan heat oil add pork pata cook until cooked and set aside the pork Add garlic to sauté Add pork pata pour the water, soy sauce, vinegar, peppercorn cook in low heat for one hour until tender. Step 2: Add banana blossom, sugar cook for another 15 minutes. Season with patis to your taste and ready to serve in a bowl.

Munggo Recipe

Munggo is a bean family that many Filipino love to eat in our home we eat this every other Friday of the week and it is matched up with piksiw ng bangus.  Click here to find the  Filipino Paksiw Bangus Recipe In English it is called mung beans. Munggo Recipe Ingredients: ½ Cup – Hibi (dried shrimp) 4 Pieces – Tinapa (smoke fish) -shredded, remove bones, head and tail 1 Cup – Munggo  1 – Cup Leaves of Ampalya or Spinach 2 Tbsp – Patis (fish sauce) 1 – Onion (chopped) 4 – Cloves Garlic (minced) 3 Cups – Pork broth or 2 Knorr Pork Cubes Optional – Chicharon (pork rind) - crushed Day Before: Soak munggo overnight in a bowl of one cup munggo with 3 cups of water. Next Day: Rinse munggo with cold water to drain it out until water is clear. Cooking Instructions: Boil munggo in 3 cups of pork broth until it becomes soft In a pot sauté garlic, onion in cooking oil add pork, tinapa and hibi cook for 3 minutes. Add boiled munggo beans, ampalaya leaves season with patis until soft To