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Showing posts from June 29, 2020

Carmina's Home Improvements by Adding Multi-Layer Shelf Standing Storage Cabinet Space Saving

We all know moving to a new environment is a difficult decision. When a home has been vacant for one year there are items that no longer function property. Only way to know what works and doesn't is to actually live in the home. We grow up raised to clean our homes and make it organized. Moving into a home you see things that may distract yourself by figuring out what needs to be done. Manang V had asked if she can have my kitchen table when I left the previous home. I figured the time I had assemble that old table was during my pandemic years. I decided to make another purchase for a kitchen table that is a bit taller in height. I felt having to many appliances can add on to your room. Carmina made her purchase from  Amaia Furniture  Shopee Philippines. I have made a purchase from them in the past. The type of table I had purchase in their descriptions was the  Amaia Furniture Multi layer Shelf Standing Storage Shelf Cabinet Space saving Microwave Oven Rack  for 1,320.00 pesos not

Sotanghon Soup with Chicken Recipe

In every meal we need to have some soup probably you have notice every time I am posting some meals there is always a main dish and some other items in our menu from lunch and dinner. No matter if the weather is humid in this house I live soup is always a must in every meal. Sotanghon Soup with Chicken Recipe Ingredients: 1 - Onion (sliced) 2 - Cloves Garlic (chopped) 1 - Piece Chicken Breast Fillet (shredded) 1 - Cup Cabbage (sliced thinly) 1 - Knorr Chicken cube Patis (fish sauce) to taste 1 Tsp - Atchuete powder 1 Coil of Sotanghon noodles (cellophane noodles) Prepare Sotanghon noodles: In a bowl with cold water place sotanghon noodles once the texture is soft strain and cut it with some scissors. Set aside. Prepare Atchuete Powder: In a half cup hot water adds the atchuete powder stir and let it dissolve. Cooking Instructions: In a pot you will pour small amount of cooking oil when hot add garlic and onion saute  Add chicken Add water and chicken cubes until dissolved Add cabbage A

String Beans with Shrimp Recipe

Time for some vegetables cooked at your own home you can replace the shrimp to something else you want in your dish such as pork or chicken it all depends on your preference and what you want to eat in this dish but if you want to add more flavoring I will be giving a tip what Manang V does in her cooking. You can do it this way when you are using shrimp as your ingredient when you are cooking. String Beans with Shrimp Recipe Ingredients: 1/2 Kilo - Fresh Small Shrimp (peel skin and head) 2 Cups - String beans (sliced thinly) 1 - Onion (sliced) 2 - Cloves Garlic (chopped) Patis - to taste Mortar and Pestle Cooking Oil Strainer Optional: You can add 1/4 cup of sotanghon noodles Preparing the ingredients: To add flavor to this dish you will place the shrimp head inside the mortar and pestle to add some small amount of water use a strainer to drain the head of the shrimp juice. Set aside Cooking Instructions: In a sauce pan pour small amount of cooking oil add the garlic and onion to saut

Talakitok Sinigang Sa Miso Recipe

Talakitok is also local name of Maliputo and in english it is known for Trevally, Jack and Cavalla. Sinigang sa miso can be cooked by using other fish such as bangus (milk fish), salmon head and tilipia. Talakitok Sinigang Sa Miso Recipe Ingredients: 2 - Pcs Talakitok (cleaned and sliced) 1 - Onion (sliced) 2 - Tomato (quartered) 1 - Pack Sinigang na may Miso 2 - Tbsp Patis (fish sauce) 6 - Cup Water 1 - Bunch Mustard leaves (separate mustard leaves from stem) 3 - Pieces Long Green Chili 10 - Pieces Okra (cut top of okra Cooking Instuctions: In a medium pot pour small amount of cooking oil once hot add onion and tomato Add the fish you plan to use for example talakitok Add water let it boil  Add sinigang na may miso and stir  Add long green chili and okra Add mustard leaves Cook for 20 minutes Transfer to serving boil Best served when hot. Note: If, you prefer your sinigang to be sour you can add an additional pack of Sinigang na May Miso to your dish.